This is an awesome camera that I have tidied up and tested. It is in outstanding working condition. I have actually checked it with older Color Shade SX-70 Difficult Task Film, which produces a lovely faded photo.
The video camera front is grey with a white shutter button. The rest of the body is primarily beige with a shoulder strap coming out of the back. The strap is in excellent condition.
I have cleaned up the electronic camera and lens with rubbing alcohol and an entire lot of Q-tips and cotton balls. The outside has a few little scratches on the sides, however the within is pristine and there does not seem to be anything that is rusted. I have actually inspected and cleaned the rollers and moving parts in the video camera. This cam still includes the view finder. Numerous older Polaroids have long lost it, but this one is still intact! I have actually taken some images with this electronic camera and they are pretty excellent! I mainly took photos inside with a flash bar. The last pic is of a Polaroid I took with this cam. I managed to make a double direct exposure!
Electronic camera does not include the handbook, but you can make use of the same handbook as the Polaroid Presto, since they are very similar. It can be discovered listed below:
Electronic camera History:
Polaroid SX-70 OneStep Then Button Non-folding:
Produced: 1981-19??/ Initial Retail: $ 29.95
Single-element 103mm f/ 14.6 plastic lens.
Taken care of focus.
Grey plastic body.
Has Flashbar socket for flash; accessory electronic flashes were also readily available
Rigid plastic body
You can find film from the Difficult Project in Black and White and in Color
https:// the-impossible-project. com
I would also review their individual sites that talk about the movie itself. I went through a great deal of movie prior to I started to master it. I would read the following:
https:// shop.the-impossible- project.com/allabout/silvershade/
Please let me know if you have any questions.
**** All my & quot; & quot; movie tested & quot; cameras are checked with real film, and not an empty movie cartridge to see if it powers up and goes through the motions. I am ensuring that everything works (shutter, mechanics, spreader bars, etc.), which the pictures come out and have the ability to establish. Film is not low-cost so that is why the cameras are a little bit more expensive than some other shops. I am offering you the peace of mind that the electronic camera is certainly going to work when you put unused film in it! ***
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