Mint Camera SLR670-S Noir Instant Film Camera

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Mint Camera SLR670-S Noir Instant Film Camera
Key Features
  • Accepts SX-70 and 600 Films
  • 116mm f/8 Lens
  • SLR Viewfinder
  • Built-In Time Machine Module
The Polaroid SX-70 is considered a classic among instant cameras. MiNT Camera has brought the SX-70's classic design into the modern era with more manual control over the camera, by creating the SLR670-S Noir Instant Film Camera. The most recognizable part of the camera is the folding design, which makes it compact when collapsed, and easy to open by pulling up on the viewfinder. Additionally, this unique Noir edition of the SLR670-S features a distinct exterior appearance with a jet black body, top chrome accents, and a gold side strut for a classic, refined aesthetic.
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Mint Camera SLR670-S Overview

The Polaroid SX-70 is considered a classic among instant cameras. MiNT Camera has brought the SX-70's classic design into the modern era with more manual control over the camera, by creating the SLR670-S Noir Instant Film Camera. The most recognizable part of the camera is the folding design, which makes it compact when collapsed, and easy to open by pulling up on the viewfinder. Additionally, this unique Noir edition of the SLR670-S features a distinct exterior appearance with a jet black body, top chrome accents, and a gold side strut for a classic, refined aesthetic.

The Time Machine is an external module that connects to the SLR670-S and gives full control of the camera's shutter speeds. There are also two different auto modes, A100 (SX70 film) and A600 (600 film), which are in tune with the ISO's speeds. Unplug the Time Machine and the camera will automatically go into A100 mode.

The electronics have been fully revamped and the electronic eye has been updated over that of the original SX-70 to give a proper exposure. If you find your image a little over- or under-exposed, adjust the brightness control wheel to control the exposure for another picture in the same location and lighting.

Focusing is made easy by the SLR viewfinder and the split image circle; rolling the focusing wheel to the left or the right slowly focuses what you see in the image circle. Each pack of instant film contains a built-in single-use battery to power the camera.

Compatible with SX-70 and 600 instant film
Full manual control and two auto modes
116mm f/8 lens ("normal" focal length)
Optical viewfinder

Mint Camera SLR670-S Specs

Film FormatPolaroid 600, Polaroid SX-70
Optics
Focal Length116mm
Aperturef/8 to 22
Focus TypeManual Focus
Minimum Focus Distance10.0" / 3.0 m
Viewfinder/Display
Viewfinder TypeOptical
Exposure Control
Exposure ModesAutomatic, Manual
Shutter Speed1 to 1/2000 Sec, Bulb, Time Modes
Flash
Built-In FlashNo
General
Tripod Mounting Thread1/4"-20 Female
Battery Type1 x Film Battery Pack
Dimensions (W x H x D)4.21 x 1.69 x 7.09" / 107 x 43 x 180 mm
Weight1.32 lb / 600 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.84 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.75 x 5.9 x 2.2"
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What is the 35mm equiv. focal length?

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Are there similar issues with refurbished model ...

Are there similar issues with refurbished model similar to the SX70? Such as the whirring noise with the motor? Is there a warranty?
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I contacted MiNT Camera concerning your inquiry. MiNT states that the SLR670-S was launched in May 2016. They state it combines the best of the 670α and 670m, which can use both SX-70 and 600 type film. Taking the body of the SX-70, they’ve upgraded the internal components with modern electronics in order to expand the capabilities of their instant film cameras. The SLR670-S is basically an upgraded version of SX-70, with better technology and is more reliable. In response to the whirring noise, they state that SX-70 and SLR670 cameras may seem to have loud motor sound for first-time users. Other cameras usually do not have these since they do not have the film eject function. But when you encounter more SX-70s, you will find the motor sound normal. It does not affect the camera's functions. The Mint Camera SLR670-S Instant Film Camera purchased new comes with a Limited 3-Year Warranty from the manufacturer.
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Looks like it use a variable aperture to achieve ...

Looks like it use a variable aperture to achieve equivalent EV rather than fixed aperture with true high speed shutter. What is the real apertures at 1/60 and 1/125 second?
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Is this a newly manufactured camera or a vintage refurbished with Time Machine added to it?
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