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Impossible PRD4514 Polaroid 600 and Instant Lab Film, Color
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- Eight instant color photos with white frames.
- For use in Polaroid 600-type cameras and Impossible cameras.
- Images begin to emerge within 2 minutes.
- Full development takes around 25 minutes.
- Our latest color film formula produces photos with rich color, well-balanced tones and those soft textures that make analog photography so distinctive.
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Eight instant black and white photos with white frames. For use in Polaroid 600-type cameras and Impossible I-type cameras. Images begin to emerge within a minute. Full development takes 5-10 minutes. Our latest b&w film formula captures fine detail effortlessly, producing high contrast photos with depth, atmosphere and distinctive analog texture. Its iconic white frame design is a reminder of how instant photography all began.
Color Impossible Polaroid 600 and Instant Lab Film
Eight instant color photos with white frames. For use in Polaroid 600-type cameras and Impossible I-type cameras. Images begin to emerge within 2 minutes. Full development takes about 20-30 minutes. Our latest color film formula produces photos with rich color, well-balanced tones and those soft textures that make analog photography so distinctive. Its iconic white frame is a piece of instant history.
Color Impossible Polaroid 600 and Instant Lab Film, Color Frames
Eight instant color photos - each one with a different colored frame. For use in Polaroid 600-type cameras and Impossible I-type cameras. Images begin to emerge within 2 minutes. Full development takes 20-30 minutes. This instant film was made for having fun with. Each bright frame color was chosen to complement the well-balanced, natural tones of our latest color film formula.
Color Impossible Polaroid 600 and Instant Lab Film, Round Frames
Eight instant color photos with white, round frames. For use in Polaroid 600-type cameras and Impossible I-type cameras. Images begin to emerge within 2 minutes. Full development takes 20-30 minutes. Round frame film lets you experiment with new ways to compose your instant photos. It’s perfect for portraits - the white background throws your subject in sharp relief and brings out the rich, natural tones of our latest color film formula.
|Film Format Type||instant|
|Included Components||8 exposures per pack|
|Item Dimensions||1 x 4.3 x 5 inches|
|Item Weight||0.25 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.26 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
The film has an expiration date of later this year. I used the film with the Impossible Lab 2.0 Impossible Instant Lab 2.0 Universal for iPad, iPhone, Android, Window Smartphones & Tablets with Color Instant Film + Cloth to compare it with Fuji Instax mini film Fujifilm INSTAX Mini Instant Film Twin Pack (White). I used the Instax Mini film with the Instax SP-2 printer Fujifilm INSTAX SHARE SP-2 Smart Phone Printer (Silver) in the comparison.
I compared these two films as I do not have the older generations of the Impossible Color 600 film. The Impossible Film tends to expire rather fast. The Fuji Instax film tends to have an expiration date 2-3X longer than the Impossible Film.
Maybe the picture doesn't do it justice but the Color 600 film leaves a lot to be desired.
Maybe the Fuji Mini film also leaves a lot to be desired too but I find that the details are more noticeable.
$24 for 8 photos
Takes 40 minutes for a near full exposure to develop.
Very sensitive to light. (Impossible suggests to leave it completely covered (even after ejecting it) for 6-8 minutes.
$12 for 10 photos (cheaper in different packages)
Takes 15 minutes for near full exposure to develop. 80% within a few minutes.
Not nearly as sensitive to light.
I keep buying the Impossible Film because I find the traditional (patented) Polaroid format to be much better than Instax Mini or Wide. The Wide has it's own problem, such as composition issues with the Instax Wide Cameras. That's another topic for another day.
If you're looking for a quick developing option to justify the $3 per exposure price tag, you're not going to find it yet with this film stock. Maybe I got a bad batch?
I will continue to support them as I am thankful they saved the Poloaroid--- but they still have a ways to go to catch up to Fuji, in both image quality, image processing time and price.
In an idea world, Fuji would work out a deal with Impossible to manufacture film for Impossible cameras and old Polaroid cameras.
The first 3 photos were shot with the 600 film the first was a fairly sunny day, the seconds was a cloudy sunny afternoon, the 3rd was sunset. The flowers were shot on sx70 as a tester shot to be sure the camera worked on a semi sunny day. None of these were shot on a "bright" day, rather a cloudy day with sun. I snapped these photos with my phone so they actually look a bit clearer and the colors are better in person.