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Polaroid's OneStep SX-70 is a film camera released in 1978 for use with Polaroid SX-70 film.

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Pros

retro rainbow design iconic of late 70s

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durable enough to keep working for many years

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highly sought after by collectors, appreciates in value as time goes on

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can still get film for it decades later

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view finder is fairly accurate and makes it easy to line up a shot

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simple enough operation for anyone to just pick up and start using

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Cons

can't find accessories for the top socket too often, rarely see a flashbar anywhere

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 Polaroid's OneStep SX-70 is a film camera released in 1978 for use with Polaroid SX-70 film. The OneStep is based on previous Polaroid folding camera models, and it develops and prints photos immediately. Designed for ease of use, the OneStep has a plastic lens with a fixed focus, and a simple moulded white and black plastic body with the trademark Polaroid rainbow design. There is a socket for a flashbar or other electronics accessories, like electric flash or a tripod mount. The camera is powered by batteries built into the film packs. This product is discontinued, and at the time of its release was an entry-level consumer camera.

Features
  • Plastic body
  • Plastic lens
  • 103mm single-element, f/14.6 lens
  • Electronic shutter
  • Flashbar/accessory socket
  • Uses quick-develop film
  • Fixed focus
  • Very accessible, easy to use
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