MiNT SLR670m Camera with Time Machine

Jun 24, 2015

Category: Tech

The good ole days of the Polaroid SX-70 camera are long gone, although some still cling to its iconic retro style. Now, there’s a new camera that sets out to restore those glory days: the MiNT SLR670m with Time Machine.

The MiNT SLR670m adds 16 manual settings for extra creative control of your photos. The magic comes from the Time Machine, which integrates into the body of the SLR670m. Some of the new settings added include fast shutter speeds (with 12 speed options), long exposure modes, manual focus and an auto-snap mode. Like the SX-70, users will still get instant prints of their photos within minutes of taking them. It uses Impossible Film for SX-70 and 600 Series Cameras and comes with a three-year warranty, as well as a standard tripod mount for long exposures. Basically, it’s the SX-70 upgraded in every way. [Purchase]

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