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Polaroid OneStep Plus With Q-Light Flash and Case

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This is a beautiful Polaroid OneStep Plus SX-70 camera, manufactured in the 1970's. You can even still buy film for this camera from the impossible project (the-impossible-project.com/)! This camera features the classic black body with a rainbow stripe, a large round red shutter button, and a hard to find removable Q-Light flash. Camera comes in a vintage brown vinyl case with gold clasp (note: this is not a Polaroid branded case, but the camera fits neatly inside). It will make a great addition to your camera collection, and it would also make a great gift for the avid young photographer!

This item is sold as is, but everything seems to be in functioning condition: the lens is clean, the rollers are smooth and clean, and the film-bay and lens hatch open with ease. Q-Light takes 4 AA batteries. Case shows signs of wear, including peeling blue color on the casings where the shoulder straps attach to the case.

Case is 9" tall by 6" wide and 5.25" deep.

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Polaroid OneStep Plus With Q-Light Flash and Case


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Material: polaroid onestep plus camera with q light
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 247 reviews
  • Favorited by: 24 people