Instant Analog Photography
The first Polaroid camera to use a drop-in film pack, a significant leap from the roll film of the first generation of camera models.
It's too bad that Lady Johnson was instrumental in getting Land to concentrate on the SX-70 concept (she objected to the trash collected in the National Parks that consisted of so many Polaroid pull apart negatives) because IMO it took better photos than my SX-70.
Shot with Type 42 film.
Buffy, the cat model, caught examining the sculpture with a bit of annoyance, I think.
Unlike digital photogaphy, these came to life instantly as photos in hand to be passed around and enjoyed.
Published in 1969 and sold as a trade book by Doubleday, this title contained Type 108 color and Types 42 and 44 black-and-white photos that I took with off the shelf Model 100, 350, and Colorpack II cameras.
Scroll down for examples of photos taken with this extraordinary camera.