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    An article about this project in today's New York Times. It seems that part of their problem is that the chemistry used to be made in the USA & then shipped to Europe to be included in the packs. So they have the assembling technology & have to work out the chemistry for themselves.

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    Great article. I hope that they are successful!
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    I was going to post a new thread when I saw the article, and then I saw that there was already a post about it in an existing thread, so it was unnecessary.

    Threads merged and both moved to the "Toy Cameras and Polaroid Cameras" forum from "Product Availability," since this looks like it's going to be an ongoing discussion.
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    Fingers crossed.

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    Thanks. Does anyone know if they are planning to produce SX-70 film?
    Helping to save analog photography one exposure at a time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ektagraphic View Post
    Thanks. Does anyone know if they are planning to produce SX-70 film?
    I think they are planning to produce film that will work in SX-70 cameras.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PHOTOTONE View Post
    I think they are planning to produce film that will work in SX-70 cameras.
    I wonder if this film will be manipulable though. Does anyone know?

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    I don't think this can be known until they make it.
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    The most precise statement was by Florian Kaps of Impossible:
    "It will have everything that people love nowadays about Polaroid. There will also be some new formats and new characteristics and new things, but always it will be an analog instant picture and we can promise that you will still shake it like a Polaroid, and it will come out of the same Polaroid cameras."

    But also:
    "We are just afraid that there is still a good chance that we won’t be able to produce any film.”

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