A somewhat unique camera that I have in my collection, the PORST MAGIC 500.
Not only unique by its odd shape, but also unique since it’s one of the only Polaroid clones that I know of that uses the film for a SX-70. Likely Polaroid never gave his permission to make this camera (and letting use their technology and film), but since it was only produced in small numbers they let it be.
In America it was sold as the KEYSTONE WIZARD XF1000.
In Europe it was sold by a German camera distributor called PORST who sold a lot of rebadged cameras.
There was also a version that included an electronic flash the KEYSTONE WIZARD XF1500,
Sold in Europe as the REVUE DIRECT 700F.