Impossible Project Launches Polaroid Two-Tone BW Polaroid 600 Camera
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Building on their extensive range of reskinned Polaroid 600 cameras, Impossible now offer their latest addition, in a distinctive bold colour palette. According to the company, the Two-Tone BW colourway "elevates the playful classic with a custom finish." It has an easy-to-use point-and-shoot type interface, with a built-in flash, fixed-focus lens and simple controls for adjusting exposure levels. The camera is available for €149 and uses Impossible 600 type instant film.
Impossible Press Release
THE IMPOSSIBLE PROJECT GOES MONOCHROME THIS SEASON
The Impossible Project adds a fresh twist to the classic Polaroid 600 in a limited edition Two-Tone Black and White.
Building on their extensive range of reskinned Polaroid® 600 cameras, Impossible now offers their latest addition, in a distinctive bold color palette. The Two-Tone B&W colorway is strictly limited edition and elevates the playful classic with a custom finish. It has an easy to use point and shoot style, with a built-in flash, fixed-focus lens and simple controls for adjusting exposure levels. Although life is not always as simple as black and white, this new camera makes for an uncomplicated and entertaining collectible.
The Polaroid® instant photo is an icon of culture, creativity and self-expression and Impossible continues to keep the art form of instant photography alive. The new camera celebrates the work of the photographers and artists who have perfected the monochrome palette - names like Robert Longo, Ansel Adams and Eva Rothschild. You too can be inspired by this Polaroid camera that you’ll want to take everywhere, every day, for every occasion.
About the Impossible Project:
When Polaroid announced the end of instant film in 2008, Impossible stepped in to buy the last remaining factory, days before it closed down. Eight years later, they’re the only people in the world who make original format instant film for classic Polaroid cameras, which they refurbish so they’re good as new. With their own new instant camera system, the I-1, launched in May 2016, Impossible is reinventing instant photography for the digital age.