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    What exactly is Instax film? It's not negative film and it isnt transparency film. Is it more accurate to say that this is paper rather than film? I'm not exactly sure how the image is made with this "film".

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    Instax is based on the old Kodak Instant Film. It uses a reversal emulsion and dye releasing incorporated developers. It is exposed from the emulsion side through a clear cover sheet that has a timing layer the breaks down allowing an acid compound on the cover sheet to stop the development process. Notice that since it exposed through a cover sheet, the cover sheet can containing a color filter allowing for color correction to the media. The color dyes that are released in development diffuse into a TiO2 layer that produces the image.

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