More details on the Polaroid Originals 600 Color Film
Polaroid Originals: When Polaroid announced in February 2008 that they would no longer manufacture film for Polaroid instant cameras, the Impossible Project was born. A few months later, Impossible purchased the production machinery from the last remaining factory before it closed down. Since the original formula was no longer available, the company had to reinvent instant film from scratch. The Impossible Project has evolved into Polaroid Originals, a new brand from Polaroid. It has introduced a brand new Polaroid instant camera, the OneStep2, with a new generation of instant film. Polaroid Originals also supports the vintage Polaroid camera formats with new black & white and color film.
Compatibility: This item is a single pack of Polaroid 600 Color Instant Film containing 8 photos. It is compatible with Vintage Polaroid 600 cameras, as well as the Vintage Polaroid Impulse camera. The film pack also works with i-Type cameras, including the new OneStep2 camera and the Impossible i-Type camera.
Polaroid Originals Instant Film: The Polaroid Originals 600 Color Instant Film is made for the Vintage Polaroid 600 (including the 660 Sun and 680 SLR), and Impulse cameras. Each photo has the iconic 4.25" x 3.5" white frame, just like original Polaroids, with a square image area of 3.1". The film uses advanced chemistry to produce photos in rich, vibrant colors. It has an ASA rating of 640, and works well indoors. When an image is taken with a Polaroid or Impossible camera, the photo is ejected from the front of the camera. Images will begin to emerge within 2 minutes, and full development of the photograph takes place in 10 to 15 minutes. The Polaroid Originals 600 Instant Film packs contain a battery to power your camera and flash.
Precautions: Polaroid Originals film is the most sensitive to light when it is first ejected from the camera. You should never shake or fan the photo while the picture is being developed. Unopened film packs should be stored under refrigeration, but never frozen. The film works best within 12 months of the production date stamped on the bottom of the box.
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