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Polaroid sx70 film

Want to purchase sx 70 film

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My best advice is to go for digital

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The SX70 film pack contains the battery that allows the shutter to activate. Unfortunately you may have a difficult time finding it. Below are a couple links with some good SX70 info. The second one even has a link to the user guide in PDF format. I think the Q-light was on some of the One Step cameras. is that what you have?


http://restlesstransplant.blogspot.com/2009/05/polaroid-sx-70.html

http://www.photoethnography.com/ClassicCameras/index-frameset.html?PolaroidSX-70.html~mainFrame

Thanks for using Fixya. Good luck.

I did find a site that sells the film...at $24.50 a pop!

http://polapremium.com/shop/film/sx70/fi_sx70_1_artistic_pge

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don't throw good money after bad.

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