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Mint Camera SLR670-X Instant Film Camera (Silver)

BH #MISLR670XSL • MFR #SLR670-X SILVER
Mint Camera SLR670-X Instant Film Camera (Silver)
Key Features
  • Accepts Polaroid SX-70 and 600 Films
  • Four-Element 116mm f/8 Lens
  • Folding SLR with Optical TTL Viewfinder
  • Manual Focus Design
A classic updated for greater shooting versatility, the Mint SLR670-X is a revised Polaroid SX-70 Alpha 1 instant film camera, which has been fitted with a Time Machine for manual exposure control and more flexible shooting capabilities. Still sporting the distinctive folding design, this SLR camera features an optical TTL viewfinder along with a 116mm f/8 lens, which has a four-element optical design along with manual focus operation and a 10" minimum focusing distance. Distinguishing itself from its classic heritage, though, the SLR670-X features a unique Time Machine module, which enables manual shutter speed adjustment along with two auto settings—one for ISO 600, Polaroid 600-type film, and one for ISO 100, SX-70-type film. This module also incorporates a 2.5mm audio port that can be used for syncing an external flash for more creative shooting possibilities. Also differentiating itself from the classic look, this camera's original leather covers have been replaced with durable and sophisticated chrome-finished metal covers.
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Mint Camera SLR670-X Overview

A classic updated for greater shooting versatility, the Mint SLR670-X is a revised Polaroid SX-70 Alpha 1 instant film camera, which has been fitted with a Time Machine for manual exposure control and more flexible shooting capabilities. Still sporting the distinctive folding design, this SLR camera features an optical TTL viewfinder along with a 116mm f/8 lens, which has a four-element optical design along with manual focus operation and a 10" minimum focusing distance. Distinguishing itself from its classic heritage, though, the SLR670-X features a unique Time Machine module, which enables manual shutter speed adjustment along with two auto settings—one for ISO 600, Polaroid 600-type film, and one for ISO 100, SX-70-type film. This module also incorporates a 2.5mm audio port that can be used for syncing an external flash for more creative shooting possibilities. Also differentiating itself from the classic look, this camera's original leather covers have been replaced with durable and sophisticated chrome-finished metal covers.

SLR670-X
  • Time Machine module has been added to the original camera chassis to afford manual shutter speed control, from 1/2000-1/2 sec along with bulb and time settings.
  • Compatible with both SX-70 and Polaroid 600 film types; the Time Machine features two dedicated auto-exposure modes (A100 and A600) to suit either film type.
  • Updated Electric Eye meter for accurate exposure results.
  • External flash sync is supported via an integrated 2.5mm audio port, with flash sync available at speeds up to 1/125 sec.
  • Traditional leather camera covers have been replaced by more durable and stylish metal covers, which feature a chrome finish.
Polaroid SX-70
  • The integrity of the original Polaroid SX-70 is maintained through its distinctive folding SLR design, which collapses to just about 7 x 4 x 1" in dimension.
  • Original four-element 116mm f/8 lens is featured, which has a manual focus design with a minimum focusing distance of 10".
  • SLR design avails an optical through-the-lens (TTL) viewfinder for making accurate compositions and manually focusing.
  • Integrated 1/4"-20 tripod mount and neck strap eyelets.

Mint Camera SLR670-X Specs

Key Specs
Film Format
Polaroid 600, Polaroid SX-70
Focal Length
116mm
Aperture
f/8
Focus Type
Manual Focus
Viewfinder Type
Optical
Built-In Flash
No
Battery Type
1x Film Battery Pack
Optics
Focal Length
116mm
Aperture
f/8
Focus Type
Manual Focus
Minimum Focus Distance
10.00" / 25.4 cm
Viewfinder/Display
Viewfinder Type
Optical
Exposure Control
Exposure Modes
Automatic, Manual
Shutter Speed
1/2000 to 1/2 Sec, Bulb, Time Modes
Flash
Built-In Flash
No
General
Tripod Mounting Thread
1/4"-20 Female
Battery Type
1x Film Battery Pack
Mobile App Compatible
No
Dimensions (W x H x D)
6.89 x 3.94 x 0.98" / 175 x 100 x 25 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight
1.995 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
9.7 x 5.8 x 2.1"

Mint Camera SLR670-X Reviews

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What's in the box?

What's in the box?
Asked by: Safwan
Mint Camera SLR670-X Ming Edition Instant Film Camera (Silver) Limited 5-Year Warranty
Answered by: Boyd
Date published: 2021-06-20

What is the difference between the SLR670-S and ...

What is the difference between the SLR670-S and the SLR670-X?
Asked by: Hamish
The Mint Camera SLR670-X Ming Edition Instant Film Camera (Silver) (B&H# MISLR670XSL) features a built-in module which the manufacturer calls a “Time Machine.” That feature enables manual shutter speed setting and two automatic settings, one for ISO 640 speed film (called 600 film) and one for ISO 160 speed film (called SX-70). That’s especially helpful as it will allow you to adjust for different lighting conditions, too. The version of the Time Machine included as part of the SLR670-X even includes a 2.5mm flash sync port for connecting the camera to an external flash. In contrast, with the Mint Camera SLR670-S Instant Film Camera (Black) (B&H# MISLR670S) uses a different and external Time Machine module and it must be removed in order to shoot with ISO 160 speed film (called SX-70).
Answered by: Yoni
Date published: 2022-11-16

What cable and trigger is needed to use off ...

What cable and trigger is needed to use off camera flash with a godox ad400?
Asked by: Seth
The Mint Camera SLR670-X Ming Edition Instant Film Camera (Black) has a 2.5mm sync port. One option is to use this transmitter, https://bhpho.to/3CC7QIO and this sync cord, https://bhpho.to/42N4hdD .
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2023-06-18

I don't see where the flash could be attached ...

I don't see where the flash could be attached with the shutter speed mechanism on top. Is this possible?
Asked by: Jeffery
The flash would be mounted where the Time Machine goes. The Time Machine cannot be used at the same time with the flash.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2023-05-17
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