have the issues with streaks from bad rollers been fixed?
Asked by: Reuben
Always keep the rollers clean after each film pack and you should not have any issues.
Answered by: Eadweard
Date published: 2020-01-02
Is there a specific film that you need? Can I go ...
Is there a specific film that you need? Can I go to Walmart and buy any film to go in the camera?
Asked by: Latasha
You can purchase the film through B & H. It takes 600 (square) Polaroid instant film, Color or B & W. Or if you have some 600 impossible instant film left it will take that too. It will not take Fuji's instax instant film as of now. You maybe able to make some kinda of creative modifications but, risk damaging the camera. If you do, post it on YouTube!
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-09-25
At $2.00+ per picture, it seems quite expensive. ...
At $2.00+ per picture, it seems quite expensive. Any alternative 600 series film available?
Asked by: JOSEPH
The current offerings for 600 Series film can be seen here:
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-07-23
I don't see a film counter. How do you how many ...
I don't see a film counter. How do you how many shots you have taken?
Asked by: Paul
In the manual it shows the control knob activates the front LEDs based on exposures.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2019-11-08
I just received my i-1 and the viewfinder's base ...
I just received my i-1 and the viewfinder's base is loose..is it supposed to be like that? is there a way to tighten it?
Asked by: Hsiu-Ying
If the viewfinder base is loose on the Impossible I-1 Instant Film Camera, it would be good to contact the manufacturer,(Impossible) tech support at #Tel: (212) 219-3254.
They will let you know if you can tighten the viewfinder yourself, or send it back for tightening.
Answered by: Lenny
Date published: 2019-05-21
can you still save the photos digitally via bluetooth?
Asked by: Anonymous
FYI, the Bluetooth app is only on iOS currently but is expected to come out for Android soon too. The app itself does the following... 1. Remote Trigger - shoot using the phone to snap the shutter. 2) Manual Mode - gives you lots of exposure controls with aperture, shutter speed as well as focus level and flash strength. 3) Self-Timer - giving you a 5 second, 10 second or 20 second self-timer. 4) Double Exposure - take 2 photos on top of each other. This mode has no controls minus the shutter so you can't change exposure or anything when doing a multiple exposed shot. 5) Noise Trigger - any loud noise can be used to snap a shot, and there is a live view of the volume around you as well as a draggable level when to activate the camera. 6) Light Paint - This is sort of an extended exposure mode, offering a shutter you can open for as long as you wish, timer at top. What makes it earn it's name is there is also a button to press to turn the flashlight on. 7) Color Paint - similar to light paint. Instead of a flashlight and shutter with timer, it has the shutter/timer and then a color picker so you can paint colors with your phones screen. 8) Scanner - the only feature that doesn't need the camera to work. It's similar to the old Impossible app, just shots a photo of your instant picture, then gives you controls to crop and it corrects the image. When there's a camera attached, it also logs each photo and notes all the settings, allowing you to even attach that photo to the log.
Answered by: Robn K.
Date published: 2019-12-28
Is there a tripod connection?
Asked by: Thomas M.
Yes; the Specifications tab indicates the Impossible I-1 Instant Film Camera has a standard 1/4 -20 tripod socket.