Impossible Project’s new B&W 2.0 film develops faster and sharper thanks to a new formula

 

 

The story behind The Impossible Project has been an inspiring one. After Polaroid ditched its instant film department, Impossible came to fruition when it purchased Polaroid’s old machinery and brought back to life a production plant where Polaroid’s infamous film was created.

After much trial and error with chemicals and manufacturing process, Impossible shared with the world its first batch of the rebranded and reformulated film. The problem was, the quality was subpar and development time of the film was much longer than any…

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