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Impossible I-1 Instant Camera

The I-1 is the first new camera for the original Polaroid instant photo format in over 20 years. Developed by Impossible Project, the easy-to-use point and shoot instant camera prints photos using Impossible Project 600-type film (reverse-engineered from Polaroids now-discontinued 600-type offering). The camera is paired to an app where you can take full photographic control of aperture, flash and shutter speed, plus experiment with creative tools like light painting, double exposure and more. The camera also features an uniquely designed ring flash providing a diffused light thats perfect for portraits. A beautiful revival of an analog classic.

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