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  • New film for your old Polaroid camera!
  • Works with Polaroid 600-type, SX-70-type, or Image/Spectra-type camera
  • Choose silver or color film
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Kids today are used to seeing the output of their photography instantly. The idea of waiting several days to know whether or not the great shot you think you got came out is foreign to them. And they want you to take a series of shots, not just one. It's a tough mental paradigm to break for those of us who grew up rationing our film. "Eh. We're on shot 20. Better save it."

So, yes, now that we've established that we're old, let's bring back some instant gratification from our era. Remember the joy of the Polaroid camera? The characteristic white framed edge still means party time, even if it's been Photoshopped on. You didn't have to wait a week or pay an exorbitant amount to get your shots back in an hour - you just had to wait about 3 minutes for it to develop, impatiently waving it around as you did so.

Many of us still have the cameras, but getting the film has been tricky and progressively more expensive. And that's where Impossible Project steps in. They reengineered the process of creating the film, and in so doing making it accessible again. So dig out your old Polaroid or swing by a thrift shop and pick one up. Let's get this analog party started.

Product Specifications

  • New film for your old Polaroid camera!
  • Choose from Polaroid 600-type camera (color or silver), SX-70-type camera (color or silver), and Image/Spectra-type camera (color or silver)
  • All new color combinations and dyes for great color saturation, a high level of detail and sharpness, and stunning image quality
  • Great for artists and creative types, events such as weddings or parties
  • Every film pack consists of a cartridge with 8 photos and a built-in battery to power the camera
  • Finish: Glossy
  • Development: 30 minutes approximately at 70°F
  • Note: The films will develop from a blue colour before unveiling a monochrome image. (The original Polaroid would develop from a brownish colour.)

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