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Submission + - 1970s Polaroid SX-70 cameras make a comeback (gizmag.com)

cylonlover writes: When it was released in 1972, the Polaroid SX-70 with its foldable SLR design was the world's first instant SLR. It was also the first camera to use Polaroid's then new integral instant film that contained all the chemical layers required to expose, develop, and fix the photo. Photojojo is now offering Limited Edition Polaroid SX-70 cameras that have all been restored to working condition and integral instant film is also available.
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1970s Polaroid SX-70 cameras make a comeback

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