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AnalogRev: A Modern Polaroid (MiNT SLR670S)

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Ian has a little memento in the form of an old Polaroid. But are photography friends, really friends? Is Warren someone he can trust? [The AnalogRev Show]: …


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  1. The early Polaroids had the developer on the outside and they were wet, hence the shaking. These however, have everything contained. Shaking is done with these only to annoy people. They should round up all the graffiti vandals and shoot them in the nuts, have sex with their girlfriends right in front of them, then, shoot their girlfriends in the nuts.
    From iso.org: "Because 'International Organization for Standardization' would have different acronyms in different languages (IOS in English, OIN in French for Organisation internationale de normalisation), our founders decided to give it the short form ISO. ISO is derived from the Greek isos, meaning equal. Whatever the country, whatever the language, we are always ISO."

    It's a word 'iso', not an acronym 'I-S-O'. Think isometric or isosceles.

  2. I wonder what your opinion on the "decline" of film is now. I'd say thousands of people have went back to or switched to film since late 2016. It's definitely back on the rise and nowhere near dying out now.

  3. The original SX-70 has a variable aperture, not a fixed f8 aperture. Also, unlike your statement, the camera doe of course have metering built in. That’s what the small opening to the right of the lens is for. The idea of Dr. Land was to create a mostly automatic camera. The user only needed to frame and adjust focus.

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