Polaroid is making a comeback, and just over a year after its film was pulled from shelves, some will be back on sale by the end of this week.
Owners of Polaroid's SX-70 and 600 format cameras will be able to pick up black and white film this week, with colour film expected by the summer.
It's all thanks to The Impossible Project, a group of 15 fans and investors who bought Polaroid's old factory and equipment when it closed its doors in 2008.
It'll be pricey though – fans wanting to wipe the dust off their retro cams will pay £16 for eight sheets, working out at £2 a shot.
Despite that, retailers such as John Lewis have jumped on board to sell the film, and with Polaroid analogue cameras set to make a comeback through Chinese company Summit, we can only imagine the film production will grow as people relive the good ol' days of retro instant snapping.
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Via: The Telegraph