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NEWS > A New Chapter for SX-70 - SLR670m with Time Machine
2014-06-06

 

 

A New Chapter for SX-70

 

 

When MiNT introduced SLR670 last year, we didn't fully understand what we were feeding
the market. Not until our pioneers used it - and gave us some very positive feedback,we truly
understood the potential of SLR670. The market wants something better than the SX-70.
We decided to dedicate 12 months of hard work to make it happen.

 

 

 

The Beginning of a New Chapter :

 

Manual Magic

 

MiNT proudly presents SLR670m, compatible with Time Machine

 

 
 

SLR670m

Now you can finally control the shutter speed of your Polaroid SX-70 Camera. The aperture is
always fixed at f/8 when you insert the Time Machine. And you can even enjoy shutter speeds
of up to 1/2000, which means capturing higher speed images. 

 

 

How it works

On most Polaroid SX-70s, the electric eye is already over 30 years old and due to its old age,
may lead to inaccurate exposures. This won't happen anymore with SLR670m, because we
are replacing the electric eye with a new one on every camera. What's more, you can use your
own light meter (or light meter app) and then adjust the shutter speed on your Time Machine.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Time Machine

 

 

✦ AUTO

Use auto mode if you want SLR670m to work like an ordinary SX-70.
Or simply unplug the Time Machine to go back to auto mode. Works like magic.

 

 

✦ B MODE

For long exposures, use B mode. Keep pressing the shutter button and it will keep exposing.
Perfect for light painting.

 

 

✦ T MODE

T mode is for extra long exposures where you can press the button once to open the shutter
and once to close the shutter. Someone crazy tried using this mode to take pictures of stars at night.

 

 

✦ OFF

Turn your camera off with the off-mode if you don't want your friends to mess with your camera. 
You don't want your friends to use up your film especially when you become center of attention. Pretty awesome.

 

 

Pictures taken with SLR670m in B mode

 

 

 

 

Online ordering starts: 

 
 

 

Start ordering on our website on

11 June 2014 (Wednesday) HKT 9:00pm

EDT 9:00am ; PDT 6:00am ; CEST 3:00pm

 

 

 

Place your order on 11 June and we will ship it out on 18 June.

Our website will be updated regularly until 11 June.

 

 

 

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