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Impossible Spectra B&W film for Polaroid Image / Spectra Cameras

Impossible Spectra B&W film for Polaroid Image / Spectra Cameras

  • £1998


Freshly from the Impossible laboratories and production machines in Enschede we are proudly introducing game-changing color instant films for Polaroid Image/ Spectra cameras.

 

Eight instant black and white photos with white frames. For use in Polaroid Image/Spectra-type cameras. Images begin to emerge within a minute. Full development takes 5-10 minutes. This film makes wider-format instant photos - perfect for landscapes and longer-length portrait shots. Our latest b&w film formula captures fine detail effortlessly, producing high contrast photos with depth, atmosphere and distinctive analog texture.

Invented by Impossible chief chemist Martin Steinmeijer, an innovative color protection formula improves the opacification process - finally allowing for easy shooting without the need for immediate shielding of the photos! The new films also deliver a never-before-seen color saturation, a completely new level of detail and sharpness and overall stunning image quality. It’s finally bringing back the unique iconic performance and look of the most successful classic Polaroid films.

Thanks to an innovative color protection formula that greatly improves the opacification process - Color Protection Film finally allows for easy shooting without the need for immediate shielding of the photos. It also delivers a never-before-seen color saturation, a completely new level of detail and sharpness and overall stunning image quality.

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Please read the detailed specs and download the User Manual here: PX film website / Film Manual

 

Quick Start Guide:

  • Store unopened film pack in the fridge. Allow to adjust to room temperature before shooting.

  • Without the need of haste put the photo in in a bag, pocket, book or let it develop face-down outside direct sunlight.

  • Avoid developing in direct sunlight; this will cause overexposure and reddening of the final photo.

  • Adjust the lighten/darken wheel/slider to enhance and fine tune the results of further photos.


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