Along with the old Polaroid 95A, I also received a newer SX-70 Alpha 1 model that dates from the late-seventies. Price-wise, it was out of reach for me. At that time -- more like the late sixties -- I was using the less expensive Swinger model.
There are some interesting things about this camera, though. It was an SLR, using a complicated series of mirrors to go to the main lens from the viewfinder at the top. It doesn't have any internal batteries -- power comes from a battery in the film pack. And it has one of my favorite focusing features: a split-image rangefinder prism.
But wait! There's more! You can still get still get film for it, thanks to the Impossible Project. I had to bite the bullet at least once. I ordered a pack of PRD2442 PX 70 Color Protection Film through Amazon. In this day and age, it will be ironic that I'll have to first scan any pictures I take before you can see them on the computer.