High quality Archival Fine Art Print (Giclee Print)
Size: A2 (420mm x 594mm) / (16.5" x 23.3")
Hahnemühle Photo Rag, Archival UltraChrome pigment ink
Each print is signed by the artist
All prints are wrapped in archival tissue paper and shipped using rigid fibreboard cardboard packaging to prevent crushing and bending. All duty of care is taken to ensure it gets to you in pristine condition.
Shipping is via Australia Post with a flat rate for both Australia and International. Please allow 3-6 business days within Australia and 6-10 business days for international shipping.
The SX-70 is a folding single lens reflex Land Camera which was produced by the Polaroid Corporation from 1972-1981.
The SX-70 was the first instant SLR and the first camera to use Polaroid's new SX-70 integral print film, which developed automatically in broad daylight without the need for intervention from the photographer. The SX-70 was also notable for its elegant folding design, which allowed the camera to be compact enough to fit a man's suit-jacket pocket when collapsed. The original SX-70 was a high-end consumer market camera, with a folding body finished in brushed chrome and genuine leather panels. Though expensive, the SX-70 was popular in the 1970s and retains a cult following today. I bought this camera a few years ago at a secondhand camera store, but unfortunately Polaroid has discontinued making film for it.