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Impossible SX-70 Folding Black Sonar Camera

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  • Refurbished SX-70 Black Sonar camera
  • Focus manually with wheel or autofocus via sonar
  • Compatible with SX-70 film as well as 600-type film when using an ND filter

Although kids today may not actually know what a Polaroid camera is, they can certainly appreciate the idea of instant photographs. Digital cameras and smartphones have made instant photos an everyday occurrence, but back when Polaroids came out, the idea of instant photos was absolutely revolutionary.

The Impossible Project, launched in 2008, bought the world's last Polaroid production plant and began the work of producing new film products for the thousands of Polaroid cameras out there in the world.

But to take advantage of new film, you have to have a Polaroid camera, which not everybody has. Grab your own with the Impossible SX-70 Folding Black Sonar Camera. You'll receive one carefully refurbished Polaroid SX-70 Black Sonar camera, with autofocus or manual focus capability and shutter speeds from >5 sec to 1/180. So get clicking. Instantly!

Product Specifications

  • Original, refurbished Polaroid SX-70 Black Sonar camera
  • Professional folding SLR instant camera with sonar autofocus
  • Produced from 1972-1981
  • Folding body design
  • Lens: 4-element 116mm f/8 glass lens
  • Shutter: Automatic variable speed/aperture shutter system
  • Focusing: Manual via geared wheel, autofocus via sonar system
  • Exposure times: Shutter speeds from >5 sec to 1/180
  • Aperture: Aperture range f/8–f/90
  • Compatible with SX-70 film as well as 600-type film when using an ND filter
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