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Fresh Film For Your POLAROID!

When finding Polaroid film seem impossible to some, here’s what we’ve got.

Impossible-
New Integral Films that Saved the Day.

Impossible manufactures fresh instant film materials for traditional Polaroid cameras at the original production plant in Enschede (NL). Keeping variety, tangibility and creativity alive, Impossible prevents more than 300 million perfectly functioning cameras from becoming obsolete and thus changes the world of photography.

Scroll down to see what’s available…

 *IN STOCK!

IMPOSSIBLE PX 680 COLOR SHADE FILM FIRST FLUSH
The First Flush Edition of the PX 680 Color Shade film is Impossibles first, experimental color material for type 600 cameras and introduces a magical new color palette within the classic white frame. Being First Flush material this PX 680 FF material will show variances in color balance, in saturation and in contrast. Images may also show a light dot shaped pattern in the dark areas.
Please read the detailed specs and download the User Manual here: PX film website / Film ManualPack of 8 exposures for use with Polaroid 600 Cameras.
PRICE: SGD39 Click here to order.
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 *OUT OF STOCK!

IMPOSSIBLE PX 600 UV+  SILVER SHADE
Newest and again improved edition of the PX 600 Silver Shade Instant Film, featuring a special UV filtering coat, that improves black and white tones. Astonishing monochrome material, optimized for the use in traditional Polaroid 600 cameras.
PX Silver Shade Film UV+ is still experimental material that will produce changing results depending on light conditions and temperature.

Please read the PX 600 UV+ User Manual.

Pack of 8 exposures for use with Polaroid 600 Cameras.
PRICE: SGD40 Click here to order.

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 * IN STOCK!

IMPOSSIBLE PX 600 UV+  SILVER SHADE BLACK FRAME *NEW
This film is based on the latest Silver Shade state of the art, producing most crispy and beautiful black & white images, making analog instant photography as charming and elegant as never before. The carefully colored, special matte frames elegantly underline and frame the crispy brilliancy of this latest and overwhelming Silver Shade images.

Please read the detailed specs and download the User Manual here: px film website / Film Manual

Pack of 8 exposures for use with Polaroid 600 Cameras.
PRICE: SGD43 Click here to order.

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 *IN STOCK!

IMPOSSIBLE PX 600 UV+  SILVER SHADE GREY FRAME *NEW
This film is based on the latest Silver Shade state of the art, producing most crispy and beautiful black & white images, making analog instant photography as charming and elegant as never before. The subtle, grey, matte frames elegantly underline the crispy brilliancy of this latest and overwhelming Silver Shade images.

Please read the detailed specs and download the User Manual here: px film website / Film Manual

Pack of 8 exposures for use with Polaroid 600 Cameras.
PRICE: SGD43 Click here to order.

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*OUT OF STOCK!

IMPOSSIBLE PX 100 SILVER SHADE
Astonishing monochrome material, optimized for the use in traditional Polaroid cameras.
PX Silver Shade Film is experimental material that will produce changing results depending on light conditions and temperature.

Please read the detailed specs and download the User Manual.

Pack of 8 exposures for use with SX-70 Cameras.
PRICE: SGD40 Click here to order.

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 *OUT OF STOCK!

IMPOSSIBLE PX 70 COLOR SHADE
This brand new version of PX 70 film is the latest and much improved Impossible material for your SX 70 camera. The relatively high film speed (light sensitivity) of this material demands that you set the lighten/ darken wheel or slider of your SX 70 camera to the darkest position.
Images may also show a light dot shaped pattern in the dark areas.

Please read the PX70 Color Shade User Manual.

Pack of 8 exposures for use with SX-70 Cameras.
PRICE: SGD39 Click here to order.

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Delivery Modes:

Due to films getting eaten by hungry snails, we have stopped using snail-mail method so you are encouraged to bundle films with your camera purchase for free delivery.
Desmond’s trusty delivery service is at a $12 fee so it is wise to order 2 to 3 packs each time.

You can also visit the following retailers:
@ 66 Haji Lane

&


@ 91 Bencoolen Street, Sunshine Plaza #01-32

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  1. Reena
    14/10/2011 at 23:49

    Hi I need film for my onestep land camera and your px-70 film seems to be out of stock :O

    • madecine
      16/10/2011 at 14:28

      Hi Reena, we have the new version for PX70 film in stock now! Do check it out 🙂

  2. Janet
    19/04/2011 at 19:59

    Hi, so the films are selling a pack for SGD40?

    • madecine
      20/04/2011 at 19:54

      Hi Janet, Prices are as listed above. 🙂

  3. nixon
    06/04/2011 at 18:46

    are the PX70s the same as the 600s? can they be used for the onesteps?

    • madecine
      07/04/2011 at 06:57

      Hi Nixon,
      PX 70 film is to be used with SX 70 cameras while PX600 is to be used in 600 cameras. They are different in ISO ratings and using the wrong film will result in under/over exposed pictures. To know what to use, open the film compartment door and you’ll see a label stating the type of film it uses.

  4. layolacrayola
    04/04/2011 at 00:27

    Hi!

    Have you tried the PX 70,first flush films? I got a pack way back in september last year and my films don’t develop at all. It just remains blue 😦 Any idea what’s wrong! Greatly appreciate it if you could advice!

    • madecine
      04/04/2011 at 04:44

      Of course we have. 🙂
      The Colorshade in First Flush is perhaps the worst film we’ve ever tried! In our climate, chances of getting a faint image can be as low as 15% – most pictures remains as a blue smear. We had several complaints, many thought the fault were in our cameras, which we had to refund in full for the inability to prove otherwise. 😦
      Good news is, the PX70 Push is an excellent stock which performed very well even in our hot climate. The Silvershade UV+ are great films as well. Impossible films had never been more reliable! 🙂

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