Monday, 22 March 2010

They Did It!

The impossible project finally unveiled there new film today PX-100 and PX-600 for the SX-70/600 type cameras. The film is monochromatic but not black and white like most were expecting it has a much more sepia and creamy look giving it a more vintage feel. The film is apparently more unstable than original Polaroid film and is as promised a whole new type of material! the film can be manipulated using heat and pressure also the use of over and under exposure has much more extreme effects. The film comes on sale on the 25th of March but almost more interestingly The Impossible Project also announced that they are planing on making an 8x10 and 20x24 material in the future, next to come though from the impossible team is instant colour film for the SX-70 and 600 cameras expected in the summer

Shot taken on the new film
By Zora Strangfields

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