Vintage Polaroid Spectra System - SX-70

Polaroid

Spectra included a lot of incredible versions in Polaroid's iconic SX-70 format line. This is the Spectra System, a rangefinder with quick pup-up viewfinder focusing and all of the cool Sonar focusing features you'd expect of Polaroid's ground breaking futuristic tech. This camera has a fixed plastic lens, flash slot, rangefinder, light meter, and exposure adjustment knob. No batteries are necessary, as the film packs come with built-in battery packs. 

About the series

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.
Format:
SX-70 Camera
Works with:
SX-70 Film

Technical Specifications

Polaroid SX-70 SLR camera
Manual focus as close as 4' 
Automatic variable shutter speed/aperture system
Lighten/darken wheel
Flashbar slot


Additional features include:
1 element plastic lens with fixed aperture (103mm, f14.6).
4ft minimum focus distance.
shutter speed 1 - 1/150 sec.
exposure compensation dial around electric eye.

NOTE: Film sold separately

circa 1976

Tutorial can be watched here.

Original manual in digital form can be found here.


Collections: Analog Shop, New Goods

Category: Analog, Cameras, Polaroid, SX-70

Type: Cameras


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