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Polaroid is back!

The Impossible Project revives instant film!!!!!!

The Impossible Project has undergone the task of saving instant film from extinction since June 2008 when Polariod ceased its production!

They have joined with Urban Outfitters, the International Center for Photography, and Ilford on created special edition cameras and film. The new instant film will be different from our 35 years predecessor. It will have new characteristics, components and have a more modern and streamlined production methods.

Also, the Impossible Project, will renamed our beloved Polaroid, so keep you eyes open!

They are expecting a release date in early 2010!!!!

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