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    A true instant film from Impossible Project

    I'm a fan of Impossible Project but for me the biggest drawback is the fact that with 30-minute developing times the photos are not truly instant. It sounds like that may change soon, via twitter:

    Pioneers will soon have an exclusive opportunity to try out Impossible's Generation 2.0 Colour 600 film, with 2-minutes image emergence...

    They are calling this the "biggest advance for Impossible's R&D since the introduction of the Colour Protection film" and expect public release later this year.

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    Good news. This will make Impossible film much more useful, especially in social settings. So far the one-hour color photos have been very frustrating, making exposure compensation quite impractical. The 5-10 minute B&W development time hasn't been so bad.

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    Good news I hope that it will be available for SX70 type cameras as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDR View Post
    Good news I hope that it will be available for SX70 type cameras as well
    My thoughts too. Two minutes is acceptable - I never even wanted to try 30 minutes.
    Bruce

    Moma don't take my Kodachrome away!
    Oops, Kodak, of all people, did!
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