PX 680 Color Protection Film by Impossible uses a color protection formula that improves the opacification process. Color protection technology finally allows for easy shooting without immediate photo shielding. This film is made for all Polaroid 600 Cameras. It also delivers a never-before-seen color saturation and sharpness with stunning image quality. This film brings back the iconic look of the most beautiful photos on Earth. PX 680 Color Protection Film takes 25-30-minutes to develop and produces dramatic colors. Store the unopened film pack in the fridge and allow film to adjust to room temperature before using. Avoid developing these photos in direct sunlight. This will cause overexposure and reddening of the final photo. This package includes 8-photos.
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Love Impossible, But Too Expensive Through Polaroid!!! - 06/18/2013
I absolutely love using my classic Polaroid cameras with Impossible film. Its way too expensive through Polaroids website though. Everybody I know gets it through Amazon or Impossible. Heres a clue... come out with a film product in the classic shape and size yourself instead of trying to bank on other companies!!! SO LAME!!!
please - 06/04/2013
Please, please, please, bring this paper back. This is the original one, and its gorgeous. Pictures are beautiful and shiny, and I need to take new pictures !
Bring it back - 05/29/2013
I dont understand whats so hard about just bringing back the old film that Polaroid used to make, considering Impossible is partnering with Polaroid itself to sell their merchandise. If the price per photo was reduced from $3 to $1, many more people would start buying this product.
Polaroid. Take advantage of this. - 04/06/2013
Reviewer: Nathan Stark
I recently got a pack of film form the Impossible Project and have been loving the results that I have been getting. It only makes sense as to why the classic polaroid prints were so popular when I was younger...
Earlier today me and my friends were taking about how we wish Polaroid would stick to how they used to do instant film as opposed to the rout they have been taking with instant film lately. But after I just saw that Polaroid sells the film on their own website I was thrilled. I aslo have my fingers crossed that they will start to bring back 600 cameras and through partnership with the Impossible Project get the film down to a much more reasonable price. Its a bit tough being such a fan of instant photography when you are a college student you know?
Will buy again! - 04/04/2013
This product worked as well as I had expected. Despite many reviews for Impossible being negative because of development time, I decided to go ahead and take the plunge. The pricing is obviously on the high side. The pictures from Impossible film came out very well and there were no problems. I just got mine in the mail yesterday and I already put in an order for more today! I would definitely recommend this product to anyone and everyone. I cant wait for it to get even better and more like original Polaroid film!
Polariod 670AF - 04/01/2013
I have a polaroid 670AF camera and it really old. Is this film suitable for my camera?
DECENT FILM - 03/19/2013
Reviewer: Jarred Torres
This film worked great in my Polaroid 600 camera. Easy to shoot and is balanced greatly with the flash.
Good - 03/14/2013
Good quality! The color is very beautiful~
Like it very much!
Will buy it again~
Glad someone still makes this film! - 02/20/2013
This film worked in my old Polaroid camera and I was afraid they stopped making it. Pictures came out good but developing seemed to take a lot longer than I remember. Still happy I found it and it works!
Happy Birthday To Me!!! - 02/18/2013
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Thanks so much Impossible! I have a Polaroid OneStep camera that my Grandpa gave me last year and Ive been keeping it as a decoration in my room. Recently I wondered if I could get it to work so I began looking online for film. I discovered that The Impossible Project is the only maker of new Polaroid film. I asked for a pack for my birthday, just to see if I could get it to work. Since the battery is actually in the film pack, immediately the dormant camera came to life! The pictures it produces are so dreamy and retro looking. Just be aware that it can take up to a hour for the pictures to develop fully, unlike the fast developing original Polaroid film. It is expensive, so I use it sparingly. Im so glad that I could revive a vintage treasure and hope that the price will lower so I can buy even more!