Dating rolleiflex camera
Additional features are a permanently visible viewfinder image, parallax compensation within the waist-level finder as well as interchangeable viewfinders and focusing screens.
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A between-the-lens shutter provides speeds from 1 s to 1/500 s.
Two SI photocells behind the viewfinder mirror serve for center-weighted average metering.
The lettering on its front is exactly the same as that of Rolleiflex cameras of the thirties.
The subdued elegance of the camera is enhanced by the chromium side edges of its back.
This was revolutionary at the time, and a precursor to today's 600 and Spectra films.
Lens choices were non-interchangeable: the superb 40/2.8 Zeiss Sonnar, the excellent 40//3.5 Zeiss Tessar, and the passable low cost 40/3.5 Zeiss Triotar.
The camera allows manual focus as close as 26.4cm (10.4"), and has a shutter speed range from 1/175s to more than 10 seconds.
A variety of models was offered, though all share the same basic design.
The SX-70 is a folding single lens reflex Land Camera first produced by the Polaroid Corporation in 1972.
It was the first instant SLR in history, and the first camera to use Polaroid's new integral print film, which developed automatically without the need for intervention from the photographer.