Film must be protected from light during first 3 minutes of development * Film responds well to warming during first minutes of development to enhance color saturation * 8 Exposures per cassette * Film Speed: ISO 600/DIN 29 * Development: approx. 10 minutes at 70 F (21 C)
I sincerely hope that the Impossible Project has enough overall resources to improve this film. It's very promising, but not there yet.My first photo using this film was also the first instant Polaroid I've ever shot. I have a Sun 600 camera that my parents bought in the eighties, and it still functions well to this day. Made in the USA! There is a sort of exhilaration using an analog camera like this. I love analog, it feels more personal and tangible (got a vinyl record spinning behind me as I type!)...Fo..
After I bought my one600, I wanted to use it, but I had no film. The original Polaroid film has been discontinued and the ones out there are all expired and too expensive. So I bought this film and read through the manual and the tips on how to use it on the Impossible website, and I took my first shot.It took 3 minutes to develop enough for a picture to show up and a whole day for the picture to be fully developed. Although this is a long time, I was prepared for this and I am quite satisfied with the outc..
Sadly, Polaroid is no longer making their film. This has led to an INSANE price spike on vintage polaroid film ($30 per roll!) in the used online market, and has led to almost no competition in the film industry. Basically, what you get is what you get. That said, it is important to take into consideration that the people at the Impossible Project have done a very brave thing, in bringing back a medium that was pronounced dead several years ago, and for that they must get some credit.QUALITYThe film itself..