The best instant photography cameras - reviewed

Impossible l-1 (£249)

What's the story?

Working out of an old Polaroid factory in the Netherlands, Impossible has resurrected the original instant camera, a format that was seemingly closed for business. Modern updates, such as charging via micro-USB and the handy I-1 app enhance the experience.

Once connected to your phone, you’ll unlock some kooky features, such as light painting, double exposures, and remote triggering. Design-wise, it’s a knockout; the flat bit at the bottom stores the film and there’s a pop-up viewfinder which snaps into action at the push of a button. As you switch on the I-1, the ring flash will light up to indicate how many photos you have left on the film.

 

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