in 2008 Febrary when Polaroid stopped instant film and camera production it was The Impossible Project who saved die hard Polaroid camera fans. Dr. Florian Kaps, André Bosman and Marwan Saba, the founders of The Impossible Project bought machinery from Polaroid and by 2010, the company began producing several types of instant film.
Now The Impossible Project is the only place where they still make film for Polaroid 600 cameras and Polaroid SX-70 Cameras. This is the only alternative for Polaroid 600 instant film. They have 6 types of instant film for Polaroid 600 cameras.
- PX 680 Color Shade Cool Film
- PX 600 Silver Shade Cool Film
- PX 680 Color Shade Cool Holden Edition
- PX 600 Silver Shade UV+ Film
- PX 600 Silver Shade UV+ Black Frame
- PX 600 Silver Shade UV+ Magazin
The Impossible Project Film pack has exposures per cassette. ISO is 600 and development time is 3 minutes. High shipping cost is the only down site of Impossible project photos. That's only if you buy from their official web site and again when there is no other choice. If you live in USA or Canada then you can buy The Impossible Project type 600 instant film from Amazon.com with free shipping. This saves you around 50 USD ! But in some countries they have local agent who might offer you better price and it will cost less since there will be no shipping costs.