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The I-1 Camera Provides A Polaroid Experience With Just A Few Digital Tweaks


The Impossible Project became very possible recently, when, after a 7 year endeavour to reverse-engineer Polaroid’s instant photo process, the team managed to launch a digitally-almost-pristine camera that makes analog photos #fotomagic

The Polaroid-type device has a shutter button, a dial to adjust exposure compensation and a focus selector. Inside, it features a ring lash that uses ambient light sensor and focus distance to make the subject brighter. But that’s about it. Of course, if you still want to make Instagram-worthy shots, the camera comes with an adjacent app where you can make other adjustments, including ones for multiple-exposure shots.

It’s a classy variant to vintage shooters with an USB recharging ability you’d otherwise sorely miss. The only caveat is you will have to use their type 600 film, no matter what.

Relive old times behind the camera on May 10, when Impossible Project’s I-1 camera will launch for $300.

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