Polaroid SX-70 Land Camera Model 2
Though Polaroid had considered a Henry Dreyfus-designed SLR for its Color pack film, the SX-70 was the first instant SLR and the first camera to use Polaroid's new SX-70 integral print film, which developed automatically in broad daylight without the need for intervention from the photographer.
The SX-70 was also notable for its elegant folding design, which allowed the camera to be compact enough to fit a man's suit-jacket pocket when collapsed.
Date of Manufacture: 1976
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Physical Condition: Good
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