Impossible Color Film for SX-70

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<All our Impossible films are stored in a fridge to maintain the quality>

1 pack = RM95
3 packs combo = RM270

Color instant film for Polaroid™ SX-70-type cameras. Thanks to an innovative color protection formula, this film boasts great color saturation, a high level of detail and sharpness, and stunning image quality.

Correct storage of the Impossible film packs
A proper storage of Impossible film will allow you to make sure that it remains stable and to get the best results out of it.

Ideally, Impossible film packs should be stored in their own unopened packaging in a cool and dry environment. We recommend to store Impossible films flat, in a fridge at a constant temperature between 4 to 18°C / 41°F – 65°F (do not freeze!)

However, the film will not perform to specifications at cooler temperatures, so it must be allowed to return to room temperature before use (for at least an hour).

Shielding your image from light
Impossible films are sensitive to light after leaving your camera. Immediately shield the photo from light as it gets ejected from the camera, the first 10 seconds are crucial, otherwise they will be overexposed.

You can use the film dark-slide (the black cover that ejects first when you insert a new film pack into your camera) to cover the photos immediately after they eject from your camera.

Leave the photo face- down, shielded from direct light for the entire development process (10 minutes for Impossible B&W films, up to 40 minutes for Impossible Color films.)

Further reading on “How to get the most out of your Impossible films”

Impossible Color Film for 600

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<All our Impossible films are stored in a fridge to maintain the quality>

1 pack = RM95
3 packs combo = RM270

Color instant film for Polaroid™ 600-type cameras. Thanks to an innovative color protection formula, this film boasts great color saturation, a high level of detail and sharpness, and stunning image quality.

Correct storage of the Impossible film packs
A proper storage of Impossible film will allow you to make sure that it remains stable and to get the best results out of it.

Ideally, Impossible film packs should be stored in their own unopened packaging in a cool and dry environment. We recommend to store Impossible films flat, in a fridge at a constant temperature between 4 to 18°C / 41°F – 65°F (do not freeze!)

However, the film will not perform to specifications at cooler temperatures, so it must be allowed to return to room temperature before use (for at least an hour).

Shielding your image from light
Impossible films are sensitive to light after leaving your camera. Immediately shield the photo from light as it gets ejected from the camera, the first 10 seconds are crucial, otherwise they will be overexposed.

You can use the film dark-slide (the black cover that ejects first when you insert a new film pack into your camera) to cover the photos immediately after they eject from your camera.

Leave the photo face- down, shielded from direct light for the entire development process (10 minutes for Impossible B&W films, up to 40 minutes for Impossible Color films.)

Further reading on “How to get the most out of your Impossible films”

B&W 2.0 Film for SX-70

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<All our Impossible films are stored in a fridge to maintain the quality>

1 pack = RM95
3 packs combo = RM270

Impossible black and white instant square frame film for SX-70-type Polaroid™ cameras, with classic white frame. Generation 2.0 is our first truly instant product: Images emerge in 20 seconds, with a picture fully developed in five minutes. Our improved black and white film emulsion uses unique new chemistry designed, created and tested by our teams in Enschede and Monheim. Thanks to this unique chemistry, pictures develop in normal light conditions without the need to shield or protect from sunlight. Tones are accurate, contrast is rich, full and vivid, with a fresh, clear and sharp final finish.

Correct storage of the Impossible film packs
A proper storage of Impossible film will allow you to make sure that it remains stable and to get the best results out of it.

Ideally, Impossible film packs should be stored in their own unopened packaging in a cool and dry environment. We recommend to store Impossible films flat, in a fridge at a constant temperature between 4 to 18°C / 41°F – 65°F (do not freeze!)

However, the film will not perform to specifications at cooler temperatures, so it must be allowed to return to room temperature before use (for at least an hour).

Shielding your image from light
Impossible films are sensitive to light after leaving your camera. Immediately shield the photo from light as it gets ejected from the camera, the first 10 seconds are crucial, otherwise they will be overexposed.

You can use the film dark-slide (the black cover that ejects first when you insert a new film pack into your camera) to cover the photos immediately after they eject from your camera.

Leave the photo face- down, shielded from direct light for the entire development process (10 minutes for Impossible B&W films, up to 40 minutes for Impossible Color films.)

Further reading on “How to get the most out of your Impossible films”

B&W 2.0 Film for 600

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<All our Impossible films are stored in a fridge to maintain the quality>

1 pack = RM95
3 packs combo = RM270

Impossible black and white instant square frame film for 600-type Polaroid™ cameras, with classic white frame. It is our first truly instant product: Images emerge in just 20 seconds, giving you a finished, fully developed picture in five minutes. Our improved black and white film emulsion uses unique new chemistry designed, created and tested by our teams in Enschede and Monheim. Thanks to the unique chemistry, the film now develops in normal light conditions without the need for shielding or protection from sunlight. Tones are accurate, contrast is rich and vivid, with a fresh, clear and sharp final finish.

Correct storage of the Impossible film packs
A proper storage of Impossible film will allow you to make sure that it remains stable and to get the best results out of it.

Ideally, Impossible film packs should be stored in their own unopened packaging in a cool and dry environment. We recommend to store Impossible films flat, in a fridge at a constant temperature between 4 to 18°C / 41°F – 65°F (do not freeze!)

However, the film will not perform to specifications at cooler temperatures, so it must be allowed to return to room temperature before use (for at least an hour).

Shielding your image from light
Impossible films are sensitive to light after leaving your camera. Immediately shield the photo from light as it gets ejected from the camera, the first 10 seconds are crucial, otherwise they will be overexposed.

You can use the film dark-slide (the black cover that ejects first when you insert a new film pack into your camera) to cover the photos immediately after they eject from your camera.

Leave the photo face- down, shielded from direct light for the entire development process (10 minutes for Impossible B&W films, up to 40 minutes for Impossible Color films.)

Further reading on “How to get the most out of your Impossible films”

35mm LomoChrome Turquoise XR 100-400

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Pick up this color negative film to wash your photos with beautiful shades of blue and green.

Following up on our popular LomoChrome Purple film, LomoChrome Turquoise bathes your photos in lustrous tones—turning lighter colors into varying shades of blues from aqua to cobalt and transforming greens into deep emerald shades and a crystal clear sea into a golden hue. Whatever you decide to shoot with LomoChrome Turquoise, each shot will be original, enchanting and a product of fantastic experimentation.

We are constantly thinking up and creating new films all in the name of photographic experimentation. The good thing about LomoChrome Turquoise is that it is actually a regular color negative film, which gives color shifting results without the bother of having to use additional filters—this clever film produces these picture-perfect photos totally naturally.

35mm LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400

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This color negative film gives you a surreal analogue experience with its color shifting abilities.

This unique color negative film will astound you by transforming natural tones of your photo into new eye-popping hues. A revival of the psychedelic infrared look from the Kodak Aerochrome film we all love, this film guarantees astounding photographic results.

120mm LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400

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This color negative film gives you a surreal analogue experience with its color shifting abilities.

Great news, Lomographers! The LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400 120 is now readily available in our Online Shop. Place your order now and shoot with one of the most exciting analogue emulsions on the market!

This unique color negative film will astound you by transforming natural tones of your photo into new eye-popping hues. A revival of the psychedelic infrared look from the Kodak Aerochrome film we all love, this film guarantees astounding photographic results.

120mm LomoChrome Turquoise XR 100-400

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Pick up this color negative film to wash your photos with beautiful shades of blue and green.

Following up on our popular LomoChrome Purple film, LomoChrome Turquoise bathes your photos in lustrous tones—turning lighter colors into varying shades of blues from aqua to cobalt and transforming greens into deep emerald shades and a crystal clear sea into a golden hue. Whatever you decide to shoot with LomoChrome Turquoise, each shot will be original, enchanting and a product of fantastic experimentation.

We are constantly thinking up and creating new films all in the name of photographic experimentation. The good thing about LomoChrome Turquoise is that it is actually a regular color negative film, which gives color shifting results without the bother of having to use additional filters—this clever film produces these picture-perfect photos totally naturally.

Lomography 120mm Redscale XR 50-200 (3 rolls)

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120 Redscale XR (Extended Range) Film ISO 50 – 200

For the first time ever, Lomography introduces a redscale film with an extended exposure range. What this means – more creative control and unlimited possibilities! These special-effect emulsions allow you to tweak the ISO settings to produce different effects, so whether you want your photos to glow brightly in warm red tones, or wish to inject a bit of cool blues into your images, it’s all possible in just a single roll of film!

Pick an effect that you want, and set the ISO accordingly. Want some intense red and orange hues? Set the film to ISO 200. Like a bit of cool blue and green tones into your image? Rate it as ISO 25. Either way, your images will exude a lovely retro feel. It’s the perfect film to experiment with!

Features:

  • Extended range from ISO 12 to ISO 400

Lomography 120mm Color Negative 800 (3 rolls)

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120 Colour Negative Film ISO 800

The Lomography Color Negative 120 800 ISO film is a high-speed medium-format film designed to bring a burst of vibrant color, as well as great saturation and contrast, in all lighting conditions! Shoot in bright sunshine, grey days, indoors or at night with a flash. This emulsion will guarantee superb results in all light situations!

Features:

  • Get naturally bright colors even in low light conditions with Lomography Color Negative 120 800 ISO film

*Note: Only available at The Click Shop outlets (locations).

Lomography Orca 110 B&W 100 Film

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Guess Who’s Back – The 110 format was introduced in the 1970s and has gained popularity because it was easy to use. Production was halted in 2009, leaving many analogue enthusiasts heartbroken. But worry not, because Lomography is bringing 110 back with the Orca!
Perfect Pairing – Lomography’s Fisheye Baby Cameras work absolutely well with the Orca to give you the finest B&W fisheye shots in 110! Super easy to use, the Fisheye Baby automatically stops the film at each frame, taking the guesswork out of your snap-shooting!
Small Wonder – The 110 format gained popularity because of its portability. Those who are not familiar with 110 can now experience a different side of analogue with the Orca!
Pocket-sized – The small size of the Orca makes it compatible with standard 110 pocket cameras.
Mad about Monochrome – The Orca produces black and white images oozing with stunning contrasts and sharpness.

Lomography 120mm Color Negative 100 (3 rolls)

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120 Colour Negative Film ISO 100

Heading out in the sun with your medium-format camera? Don’t forget to load it up with Lomography Colour Negative 100 120 Film – for images dripping with vivid colours, smooth grain, and fine resolution. Paired with a flash or under bright sunlight, rest assured you’ll get breathtaking results!

*Note: Only available at The Click Shop outlets (locations).

Lomography 120mm Lady Grey 400 (3 rolls)

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120 Colour Negative Film ISO 400

When you’re shooting with your Holga, Diana F+ or any medium format camera, from sun up to sun down, you need a film that delivers vibrant colours and superb saturation and contrast. The Lomography 120 400 film gives you these results, so you won’t need to worry while you’re shooting, even under low lighting conditions!

Features:

  • For color pictures. Very versatile film, can be used in most environment, cloudy, sunny or flash!

*Note: Only available at The Click Shop outlets (locations).

Lomography 120mm Earl Grey 100 (3 rolls)

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120 Colour Negative Film ISO 400

When you’re shooting with your Holga, Diana F+ or any medium format camera, from sun up to sun down, you need a film that delivers vibrant colours and superb saturation and contrast. The Lomography 120 400 film gives you these results, so you won’t need to worry while you’re shooting, even under low lighting conditions!

Features:

  • For color pictures. Very versatile film, can be used in most environment, cloudy, sunny or flash!

*Note: Only available at The Click Shop outlets (locations).

Lomography 120mm Slide/X-Pro 200 (3 rolls)

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120 Colour Slide Film ISO 200

For whacked out colors, huge contrast, and insane saturation, where do you turn? To slide film, of course! With the new Lomography X-Pro Slide film being made from the original Agfa RSX 200 emulsion, what more could you ask for? One pack consists of three rolls of film.

Lomography 35mm Lady Grey B&W 400 (3 rolls)

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Lomography’s Lady Grey is a lovely black and white 35mm ISO 400 film that will add class and elegance to your photos.

Lady Grey is the perfect film to take if you’re looking for high-resolution, monochromatic fun. This lady promises smooth grain, stunning tones, and all the speed you need to shoot even under unfavourable lighting conditions. For capturing action and great low-light shots, Lady Grey is your best 35mm bet.

*Note: Only available at The Click Shop outlets (locations).

Lomography 35mm Earl Grey B&W 100 (3 rolls)

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Lomography’s Earl Grey is an exquisite black and white 35mm film that will surely give your shots an extra dose of style and class.

Earl Grey is ready to give your 35mm images a timeless appeal. Your subjects are captured in moody blacks, stark whites, and all kinds of greys in between. Whether you’re taking landscapes or portraits, you will get jaw-dropping results with Earl Grey’s super-fine grain and wide tonal range.

*Note: Only available at The Click Shop outlets (locations).

Lomography 35mm Slide/X-Pro 200 (3 rolls)

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35mm Colour Slide Film ISO 200

For whacked out colors, huge contrast, and insane saturation, where do you turn? To slide film, of course! With the new Lomography X-Pro Slide film being made from the original Agfa RSX 200 emulsion, what more could you ask for? One pack consists of three rolls of film.

Features:

  • For those wacky colors with high contrast effect. To be cross processed.

*Note: Only available at The Click Shop outlets (locations).

Lomography 35mm Redscale XR 50-200 (3 rolls)

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35mm Redscale XR (Extended Range) Film ISO 50 – 200

For the first time ever, Lomography introduces a redscale film with an extended exposure range. What this means – more creative control and unlimited possibilities! These special-effect emulsions allow you to tweak the ISO settings to produce different effects, so whether you want your photos to glow brightly in warm red tones, or wish to inject a bit of cool blues into your images, it’s all possible in just a single roll of film!
Pick an effect that you want, and set the ISO accordingly. Want some intense red and orange hues? Set the film to ISO 200. Like a bit of cool blue and green tones into your image? Rate it as ISO 25. Either way, your images will exude a lovely retro feel. It’s the perfect film to experiment!

Features:

  • Extended exposure range from ISO 50 to ISO 200

*Note: Only available at The Click Shop outlets (locations).

Lomography 35mm Color Negative 100 (3 rolls)

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35mm Colour Negative Film ISO 100

This Lomography film is especially selected to bring you the most interesting emulsions for your experiments!

Features:

  • Low ISO film for vivid colors!

ANY 3 packs B&W Film for Spectra

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<All our Impossible films are stored in a fridge to maintain the quality>

ANY 3 packs of Impossible Black & White film for Spectra (you can mix and match except ROUND frames).

Normal Price: RM285
Promo Price: RM270 <RM15 off>

Black and white instant film for Polaroid™ Image/Spectra cameras. Thanks to a newly developed emulsion, this film boasts incredible black and white tones, a high level of detail and sharpness, and stunning image quality. This re-formulated version is better than any of its predecessors, with improved tonal range and contrast and a fast development time.

Correct storage of the Impossible film packs
A proper storage of Impossible film will allow you to make sure that it remains stable and to get the best results out of it.

Ideally, Impossible film packs should be stored in their own unopened packaging in a cool and dry environment. We recommend to store Impossible films flat, in a fridge at a constant temperature between 4 to 18°C / 41°F – 65°F (do not freeze!)

However, the film will not perform to specifications at cooler temperatures, so it must be allowed to return to room temperature before use (for at least an hour).

Shielding your image from light
Impossible films are sensitive to light after leaving your camera. Immediately shield the photo from light as it gets ejected from the camera, the first 10 seconds are crucial, otherwise they will be overexposed.

You can use the film dark-slide (the black cover that ejects first when you insert a new film pack into your camera) to cover the photos immediately after they eject from your camera.

Leave the photo face- down, shielded from direct light for the entire development process (10 minutes for Impossible B&W films, up to 40 minutes for Impossible Color films.)

Further reading on “How to get the most out of your Impossible films”

ANY 3 packs Color Film for Spectra

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<All our Impossible films are stored in a fridge to maintain the quality>

ANY 3 packs of Impossible Color film for Spectra (you can mix and match except ROUND frames).

Normal Price: RM285
Promo Price: RM270 <RM15 off>

Color instant film for Polaroid™ Image/Spectra cameras. Thanks to an innovative color protection formula, this film boasts great color saturation, a high level of detail and sharpness, and stunning image quality.

Correct storage of the Impossible film packs
A proper storage of Impossible film will allow you to make sure that it remains stable and to get the best results out of it.

Ideally, Impossible film packs should be stored in their own unopened packaging in a cool and dry environment. We recommend to store Impossible films flat, in a fridge at a constant temperature between 4 to 18°C / 41°F – 65°F (do not freeze!)

However, the film will not perform to specifications at cooler temperatures, so it must be allowed to return to room temperature before use (for at least an hour).

Shielding your image from light
Impossible films are sensitive to light after leaving your camera. Immediately shield the photo from light as it gets ejected from the camera, the first 10 seconds are crucial, otherwise they will be overexposed.

You can use the film dark-slide (the black cover that ejects first when you insert a new film pack into your camera) to cover the photos immediately after they eject from your camera.

Leave the photo face- down, shielded from direct light for the entire development process (10 minutes for Impossible B&W films, up to 40 minutes for Impossible Color films.)

Further reading on “How to get the most out of your Impossible films”

Impossible B&W Film for Image & Spectra

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<All our Impossible films are stored in a fridge to maintain the quality>

1 pack = RM95
3 packs combo = RM270

Black and white instant film for Polaroid™ Image/Spectra cameras. Thanks to a newly developed emulsion, this film boasts incredible black and white tones, a high level of detail and sharpness, and stunning image quality. This re-formulated version is better than any of its predecessors, with improved tonal range and contrast and a fast development time.

Correct storage of the Impossible film packs
A proper storage of Impossible film will allow you to make sure that it remains stable and to get the best results out of it.

Ideally, Impossible film packs should be stored in their own unopened packaging in a cool and dry environment. We recommend to store Impossible films flat, in a fridge at a constant temperature between 4 to 18°C / 41°F – 65°F (do not freeze!)

However, the film will not perform to specifications at cooler temperatures, so it must be allowed to return to room temperature before use (for at least an hour).

Shielding your image from light
Impossible films are sensitive to light after leaving your camera. Immediately shield the photo from light as it gets ejected from the camera, the first 10 seconds are crucial, otherwise they will be overexposed.

You can use the film dark-slide (the black cover that ejects first when you insert a new film pack into your camera) to cover the photos immediately after they eject from your camera.

Leave the photo face- down, shielded from direct light for the entire development process (10 minutes for Impossible B&W films, up to 40 minutes for Impossible Color films.)

Further reading on “How to get the most out of your Impossible films”

Impossible Color Film for Image & Spectra

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<All our Impossible films are stored in a fridge to maintain the quality>

1 pack = RM95
3 packs combo = RM270

Color instant film for Polaroid™ Image/Spectra cameras. Thanks to an innovative color protection formula, this film boasts great color saturation, a high level of detail and sharpness, and stunning image quality.

Correct storage of the Impossible film packs
A proper storage of Impossible film will allow you to make sure that it remains stable and to get the best results out of it.

Ideally, Impossible film packs should be stored in their own unopened packaging in a cool and dry environment. We recommend to store Impossible films flat, in a fridge at a constant temperature between 4 to 18°C / 41°F – 65°F (do not freeze!)

However, the film will not perform to specifications at cooler temperatures, so it must be allowed to return to room temperature before use (for at least an hour).

Shielding your image from light
Impossible films are sensitive to light after leaving your camera. Immediately shield the photo from light as it gets ejected from the camera, the first 10 seconds are crucial, otherwise they will be overexposed.

You can use the film dark-slide (the black cover that ejects first when you insert a new film pack into your camera) to cover the photos immediately after they eject from your camera.

Leave the photo face- down, shielded from direct light for the entire development process (10 minutes for Impossible B&W films, up to 40 minutes for Impossible Color films.)

Further reading on “How to get the most out of your Impossible films”

ANY 3 packs B&W Film for SX-70

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<All our Impossible films are stored in a fridge to maintain the quality>

ANY 3 packs of Impossible Black & White film for SX-70 (you can mix and match except ROUND frames).

Normal Price: RM285
Promo Price: RM270 <RM15 off>

Black and white instant film for Polaroid™ SX-70-type cameras. Thanks to a newly developed emulsion, this film boasts incredible black and white tones, a high level of detail and sharpness, and stunning image quality.

Correct storage of the Impossible film packs
A proper storage of Impossible film will allow you to make sure that it remains stable and to get the best results out of it.

Ideally, Impossible film packs should be stored in their own unopened packaging in a cool and dry environment. We recommend to store Impossible films flat, in a fridge at a constant temperature between 4 to 18°C / 41°F – 65°F (do not freeze!)

However, the film will not perform to specifications at cooler temperatures, so it must be allowed to return to room temperature before use (for at least an hour).

Shielding your image from light
Impossible films are sensitive to light after leaving your camera. Immediately shield the photo from light as it gets ejected from the camera, the first 10 seconds are crucial, otherwise they will be overexposed.

You can use the film dark-slide (the black cover that ejects first when you insert a new film pack into your camera) to cover the photos immediately after they eject from your camera.

Leave the photo face- down, shielded from direct light for the entire development process (10 minutes for Impossible B&W films, up to 40 minutes for Impossible Color films.)

Further reading on “How to get the most out of your Impossible films”