At the Polaroid company meeting in 1972, Edwin Land stepped onto the stage, pulled a camera out of his jacket pocket, and took five instant photos in just ten seconds. That camera was the Polaroid SX-70, and it was the camera that made truly instant photography possible for the first time ever. The Time Zero is a 1981 update to the original classic.
Polaroid SX-70 SLR camera
Manual focus as close as 4'
Automatic variable shutter speed/aperture system