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

  • BW 600 Gen 2

<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”

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”

ANY 3 packs B&W Film for 600

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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 600 (you can mix and match except ROUND frames).

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

Black and white instant film for Polaroid™ 600-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”

ANY 3 packs Color 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 Color film for SX-70 (you can mix and match except ROUND frames).

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

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”

ANY 3 packs Color Film for 600

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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 600 (you can mix and match except ROUND frames).

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

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”

PX 600 Silver Shade UV+ Blackframe (Expired)

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<These are reduced to clear because they are expired>

Normal Price: RM85
Promo Price: RM10 <88% off>

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.