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Colour Film for SX70
Colour Film for SX70
Colour Film for SX70
Colour Film for SX70

Colour Film for SX70

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• The original format instant colour film for vintage Polaroid SX-70 and original, vintage OneStep models
• For use in bright conditions with lots of natural light (low ISO film)
• Rich spectrum of color, texture and tone
• Iconic white border
• 8 photos per pack

• Built in battery

• Develops in 15minutes!

(not for the new i-Type OneStep 2 cameras: These use the new i-Type film)

The SX-70 works a little differently to other Polaroid cameras. That's why it has its own special SX-70 film with a much lower ASA (that's how you measure film speed). Thanks to its greater manual controls and versatility, the SX-70 is super popular with artists, creatives, and people who use the word "aesthetics" a lot. Just remember to always shoot in lots of bright, natural light. It's 


All SX-70 type foldable cameras

Non-folding cameras: All original vintage OneStep models (Red and Green button) including Land camera 1000, 2000 and 3000, Supercolor 1000, SuperColor OneStep, The Button, Presto and Pronto! models.

Compatible with vintage cameras only. Not for the new i-Type OneStep2.

Please note: 

Every pack of Polaroid film is stamped with a production date; the date your film was born.
​This is located on the side of the film box (
For best results when shooting, we recommend using your film within 12 months of this production date.
Quality of the film and storage
Chemical changes occur as film ages. These changes can eventually affect how well the film performs. After 12 months from the date of production, it is unlikely that the film will produce images that meet Polaroid standards of quality.
However, the aging of film depends on a number factors, including storage, temperature and humidity. Therefore, a film may continue to produce acceptable results for some time after it has officially expired if it has been stored correctly.