|the new instant film|
The German Impossible GmbH or The Impossible Project is a specialist company for classic film revival. The most exciting project of the company is the relaunch of Polaroid's abandoned instant film production branch. The Company got a license from Polaroid to use the machines of its abandoned film factory in Enschede, Netherlands. Ilford helped the company to launch its PX 100 and PX 600 black & white pack film for the Polaroid SX-70. These new film variants are made on the base of completely new recipes which avoid to use the aggressive substances of old Polaroid film. The company also launched a new PX 70 color film.
The Polaroid type 100 pack film user already enjoy(ed) a complete new series of instant film variants. These films were the last made by Polaroid and then sold as limited edition by Impossible.
|imaging samples by Uwe Kulick with a Black Beauty, on the last Polaroid Type 100 "Paul Giambara Edition, Chocolate"|