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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on January 14, 2013
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What you have to remember is that while this film is a replacement for the old Polaroid film, its a much different makeup than the Polaroid stuff. Namely, you have to keep the film away from light IMMEDIATELY! Quickly put it in a pocket, a dark bag, whatever and leave it alone for 30 minutes. Not really an instant film at this point, but if you follow this rule, the film does eventually produce some nice results.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on April 13, 2013
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I decided to experiment with Polaroid film but really, be careful as the old cameras generally don't have good lenses (I'm not discussing professional / press Polaroid cameras with removable lenses). I appreciate that Impossible is making new films, but at $24+ per box of 8 shots, with the film being finnicky and often having development "effects" and visible grain of crystals (even when properly drying out in desiccants) I think the film has to be desired by a certain artistic audience. There are other cameras still produced that use cheaper Fuji instant film, but for those wanting the 600 series film, at the least, it creates great interest at parties. Please note -- and this is also said on their website -- that this film is very light sensitive and after 3 boxes of the silver shade (one box of their color film proved black-and-white is better) i've almost given up trying to get proper light exposure. For me, too expensive of a hobby on mediocre quality, but I know partly this is due to the limitations of my 600 series Polaroid Business Edition camera. Mixed feelings. I've seen good results from others but too sensitive for casual user I think.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on January 12, 2013
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picture was a little fuzzy no matter what setting I used and there isn't much film per package, I got 3 good pictures out of the bunch
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on July 3, 2014
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I only take 7 photos and when I try to take 3 more no photos come out. This has happens to me the two times I bought film from here ( every time so far ) and the same happens to my friend.
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on June 24, 2014
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I used this with an old Polaroid camera. Brought it with me on vacation. When I tried using the film, every picture came out white. Maybe I got a bad batch, but for the price, there should be no bad batches. Don't waste your money.
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on March 6, 2014
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Unfortunately, I found only a day after purchasing this product that the same film was available at half the price from one of the larger online photography stores. It wasn't on sale. The everyday price is half of what I was charged. Well, never again.
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on February 2, 2014
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My gf really wanted a Polaroid, so I found one for her and started looking for film. Impossible makes the only film for the camera now, so I really didn't have any options as to what I could buy and they know that... that's part of why it costs so freaking much. My biggest issue with the film is that the "Instant" film is no longer instant. It takes at least 30 minutes to develop in the dark, and you need to keep it in the dark the entire time (put it away as quickly as possible).
On top of the developing time, we've had issues with the pictures having random white spots on them sometimes (in the B/W and the color film) and we have no idea why. The colors aren't as great as I would like them to be in the color film either. I hope they constantly improve the product.
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on January 16, 2014
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the film has been sitting around too long so the pictures come out super dark and hard to see anything. not worth what i paid by any means.
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on October 28, 2013
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Old polaroid film can be hit or miss when it comes to if it will actually develop. I've ordered from this company a few times, and whenever the film we ordered wasn't of quality they always sent us another pack no problem.
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on October 27, 2013
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Great!
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