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The following technical information is useful for specifics concerning each film.
Unless otherwise noted, all SX-70 Land Films have the following characteristics in common:
SX-70/Time Zero films are used by the SX-70/Time Zero Cameras.
Produced: 20??-20?? / Original Price: $24.99
Notes: Made with leftover chemicals from a Polaroid plant after it shutdown which is why the colors are a bit off. But the creativity shown by users of this film ignores that "problem".
Produced: 1972-198? / Original Price: $6.90
Notes: This was the film introduced with the original SX-70 camera. This was just as much a breakthrough product as the original Polacolor (i.e. Type 48) film was in 1963. It's truly a marvel of chemical engineering, if you stop to think about it.
This film was replaced with SX-70 Time-Zero film around 1980.
Produced: 198?-2006 / Original Price: $?.??
Notes: Similar to the original SX-70 film, but had improved color rendition and much faster development time (hence the "Time-Zero" part of the name).
Produced: 19??-2006 / Original Price: $?.??
Notes: Professional markets version of SX-70 Time-Zero film.
Produced: 19??- 200? / Original Price: $?.??
Notes: Same as Type 778, but lacks self-contained battery pack. Intended for use with non-powered backs where the battery is unnecessary.