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Impossible releases the new Instant PX 680 Color Shade FF

Discontinued in '08, the legendary Polaroid 600 color film is difficult to find and sorely missed by the point-and-print photographers. Impossible now fills the void just in time and  introduces a new generation instant color film. Presented in a limited First Flush Edition, the PX 680 Color Shade film brings color back to all Polaroid 600 cameras and introduces a new color palette within the classic white frame. The PX 680 film pack works in all Polaroid 600 and SX 70 (ND) cameras and is available for 18 EUR / $ 21.99...

PRESS SUMMARY

Check out the Impossible Project websiteWe are truly proud and very excited to release this long awaited, brand new color film for Polaroid 600 cameras. The First Flush Edition of the PX 680 Color Shade film fills the gap left by the legendary, by now hard to find Polaroid 600 film and introduces a magical new color palette within the classic white frame. Utilizing a completely new formula with all new components, this magnificent film delights with colorful images that are reminiscent of the finest characteristics of the legendary Polaroid materials.

To really get the best out of this film you need to be aware that PX 680 Color Shade FF images are sensitive to light during their first few seconds outside of the camera. Shield the images immediately after ejection from the camera and during the first four minutes of development to get stunningly colorful images.

Please also note that the First Flush films come from different production runs that partly used slighty modified materials, thus image results are not always consistent and may vary from pack to pack.

One pack of PX 680 Color Shade First Flush Edition delivers 8 uniquely colorful images and works in all Polaroid 600 cameras, as well as all SX 70 cameras equipped with an ND filter. Production on this edition is limited, so grab that mouse and snag some color film now.

Additional information: Check out the Impossible Project website
May 9, 2011
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