A very nice client where I work brought by some old cameras from her attic - I have several classic cameras in non-working order as part of the décor of the office, and people pick up on my interest in them. Sometimes I get new contributions. In the box I found a nice K1000 in working order with a 50/2 and a Sears 80-200mm zoom, several old Kodaks in various defunct film formats, a Polaroid 600 that looks to be in nice shape, and a Polaroid SX70 that is in really nice outer condition, but a mirror is loose inside, making it impossible to view much through the viewfinder. I did, however, have a pack of (modern) Polaroid SX70 monochrome film that is only slightly expired. I did get a few frames to "take" and this is the best of them.
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Thank you, Andrew.
This camera seems (so far at least) to create really nice files.
Although, to be honest and fair, so does the Pentax KP - and so do the different small APS-C Ricoh GR's. And having an excellent lens may have something to do with it, too.