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Impossible PRD2785 Color Film for Polaroid 600-Type Cameras
|Price:||$28.49 & FREE Shipping|
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- 8 exposures per pack
- Color instant film for Polaroid 600-type cameras
- Development: 30 minutes approximately at 70 (21 )
- Image area: 3.1 x 3.1 in (7.9 x 7.9 cm).Finish: Glossy
- Date on item is production date and not expiry.
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|Film Format Type||instant|
|Item Dimensions||0.8 x 3.8 x 4.6 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.1 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||0.25 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.26 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
Over the course of two years, I had a love/hate relationship with the film. As soon as I planned on giving up using the film, there was that one shot that dragged me back in. Sigh.
In 2013 (or was it '12?), The Impossible Project introduced Color Protection. Not only was the film more reliable (every shot came out) but shielding the film wasn't necessary. I still do it as a precaution, but I don't feel guilty for peeking.
This film is a slightly modified version of the Color Protection film. It's reliable. It's easy to use. The only time I don't get great results is when lighting is off or I'm impatient and "just shoot." This film isn't for just shooting. For $3+ a shot, it should be a sure shot. The colors from this film are fantastic. This film definitely has a mind of its own sometimes, and you're not going to get true to life colors. You're also not going to get Polaroid colors. This film is definitely very unique, and I would highly recommend looking at The Impossible Project and Flickr website to see what kind of results others are getting from this film.
Some things to mention:
-This film might always be expensive. No company can live without profit and growth. There are always specials and deals throughout the year to stockpile to your heart's content at their website, but you won't find film for less than $20.Read more ›
This is Impossible Project film, it is NOT the original polaroid film, so the same rules do not apply. You do NOT shake it, and it takes 30-40 minutes to develop. I take my picture out of the camera and put it straight into an envelope, and then I put the envelope into a book to keep it completely away from light to safely develop. That's all, and they turn out perfectly! Highest recommendations, this worked out even better than I expected, very happy and impressed. Definitely give it a try.
READ THE DIRECTIONS. THIS FILM IS DIFFERENT THAN THE OLD POLAROID FILM.
- Keep the film in the fridge until you are ready to use it
- Hold the camera as steady as possible
- Likely use the flash unless you are in a really bright place (outside in the direct sunlight) if you are shooting with a vintage Polaroid
- IMMEDIATELY grab the photo after it pops out and hide it someplace dark (inside a pocket or purse will do) - DO NOT expose them to light. Even if they are in the light for over a minute right away I have found that they turn out overexposed
- Keep them at a moderate temperature while they develop - not too hot or too cold
- Despite what Outcast says, DO NOT SHAKE IT - keep them still
- Be patient - this is the hardest part - it takes about 40-50 minutes to fully develop.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very expensive, 25 bucks for 8 photos! And they turned out very dark even with the flash.Published 4 hours ago by Amazon Customer
They take awhile to fully develop, and the turn out usually has a bluefish tint. Great vintage feel. I personally develop mine face down. Will buy again.Published 3 days ago by Alyssa Long
I bought this film for my dad to use in his old Polaroid camera. It does work as advertised. As they stated in the documentation the film takes much longer than the old Polaroid... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
This film works perfectly in my old Polaroid camera. It's took a lot longer for it to develop than back in the olden days but it develops pretty nicely. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Debra V
Let's be honest here, you're not going to get the same quality photos as you would with actual Polariod film DURING the 80s and 90s, and THAT'S OK! Read morePublished 6 days ago by Laura C
film never developed. total waste of money. should have paid full price in a reputable store, not discount prices. so bummed when i fall for this.Published 7 days ago by Page D Oliver