Polaroid Originals Black & White i-Type Instant Film (8 Exposures)

Polaroid Originals Black & White i-Type Instant Film (8 Exposures)

Polaroid Originals Black & White i-Type Instant Film (8 Exposures)

B&H # PO4689 MFR # 4689
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Product Highlights

  • For i-Type Cameras
  • Classic White Frame
  • Image Area: 3.1 x 3.1"
  • ISO 640
  • Deep Blacks and Bright Whites
  • Glossy Surface Finish
  • No Built-In Battery
  • Development Time: 5-10 Minutes
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Frame Type: White Frame

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Film Type: Black and White

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  • 1Description

This pack of Black & White i-Type Instant Film from Polaroid Originals contains eight sheets of film for use with i-Type cameras. Producing monochrome images with a long tonal scale, dark blacks, and bright whites, this ISO 640 film offers a classic instant film look with its glossy 3.1 x 3.1" image area and traditional white borders. Each shot develops in 5-10 minutes after exposure, and the film should be stored in a cool, refrigerated, but not frozen, place before use. Additionally, this film does not have a built-in battery and must be used with Polaroid Originals or Impossible cameras featuring their own internal battery.

Compatibility
  • Polaroid Originals OneStep2
  • Impossible I-1
  • Impossible Instant Lab
Table of Contents
  • 1Description
Film Format Polaroid Originals i-Type
Film Type Monochrome
Film Speed ISO 640
Image Area 3.11 x 3.11" / 79 x 79 mm
Image Shape Rectangle
Film Size (W x H) 4.21 x 3.46" / 107 x 88 mm
Border White
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.6 x 3.8 x 0.7"
Black & White i-Type Instant Film (8 Exposures) is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Still half-baked in execution Much as I appreciate the resurrection of Polaroid's instant films, the execution of the new product is still far from perfect. Far too contrasty, the images have blown-out highlights, blocked-up shadows and little mid-scale tonality in between. The sensitivity of the film seems to vary from pack to pack, so exposure is terribly unpredictable. And the processing time of nearly 10 minutes means quite a long wait to see if your exposure was in the ballpark. It makes me long for the days of pack film, when you could see a shot with a lovely full tonal range in just 15 seconds.
Date published: 2017-12-04
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