Polaroid might be getting back into the camera business with its PoGo Instant Digital Camera (above), but some people (including us Stuffers), still can't get over the death of Instant Film back in summer 2008.
Which is why we're stoked about The Impossible Project, a plan to bring back the age of instant analogue snaps. The brainchild of a group of engineers and photographers, who have acquired Polaroid's old factory in Holland, the plan is to create a new camera that'll hit shelves in 2010.
This means they'll restart the production of Integral Film for Polaroid cameras too, so punters who can't give up they're beloved instamatic can still get their analogue fix. For more, head over to their official site now.