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Lighten || Darken
Take control. With the shutter speed and Auto ISO control, the Time Machine is designed to let you push the limit of what's possible with Polaroid film. For B mode, long exposure, press to open the shutter and release to close it. You get to control how much light you need.
Indoor || Outdoor
Up to you.
More than just improving the functions and reliability of the Polaroid SX-70, the SLR670 design also considers the way the photographer actually uses it.
For outdoors, use 1/500 to 1/2000 to avoid over-exposure under the bright sunlight. For indoors, connect the external flash to trigger studio lighting.
TIME MACHINE ─ for shutter speeds control and external flash sync
Split-circle || Ground-glass
Dr. Edwin Land preferred the ground glass design because it didn't interrupt the photographer. It allows you to focus on configuring the picture as a whole, facilitating your visual mind for better composition.
You may or may not agree with Dr. Land, but a growing number of customers are asking us for ground-glass in the SLR670.
To use the ground-glass, simply turn the focusing wheel of your camera until the image becomes clear.
Upgrade to Ground Glass
Add HK$250 to upgrade the viewfinder to ground glass focusing screen
for new SLR670 orders only
Some photographers prefer the original ground glass screen to the split-circle focusing screen. Ground glass screens were found in the earliest SX-70 and later in SLR680 and SLR690.