Impossible Project's Refurbished Polaroid Cameras

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Impossible Project bought the last factory in the world producing Polaroid film to save 200 million instant cameras from becoming paperweights. And if that wasn’t enough, they also began lovingly restoring classic Polaroid cameras like the SX-70 – the latter of which was immortalized as Warhol’s camera of choice. And now, they've built their own: the world’s first new instant format camera in over 20 years, the I-1, which combines the ease of a point-and-shoot with professional-level aperture and shutter control. Bridging the gap between analog’s lo-fi charm and today’s tech, it can be paired to your iPhone to experiment with creative effects like light painting, double exposure and more.

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