Polaroid SX-70 by Matt Day

We have talked about the Polaroid SX-70 on the blog before. It is one of our favorite cameras for shooting instant film and we know many of you out there feel the same way. Often we get asked, "what camera should i get to shoot Impossible film?" and our answer is the SX-70 most of the time. The … [Read more...]

New Impossible Color 2.0 Test Film

This isn't a review per say as much as it is an update with what is going on with Impossible and where they are headed. Many received an email announcing a new test film that was being launched by Impossible. Many preordered, some wanted to but missed it and some skipped it. So, why is everyone … [Read more...]

Review: Fuji Instax Share SP-1

  Today we will be talking about the FujiFilm Instax Share SP-1. (SP-1 for the rest of the article) I received the SP-1 a few weeks ago and jokingly asked, could be an Instant Lab killer? I will say up front, NO! Although there are some very cool features I will discuss with the SP-1, the … [Read more...]

Lomography Belair Instax Wide Back Review

We love hearing about new instant film swag coming on the market. So, when Lomography released an alternative to the Instax Wide 210 camera (that can be limiting) we were stoked. Instax film is so underrated because of its camera options. While Fujifilm continues to innovate the Instax Mini film, … [Read more...]

Film Review: FP-100C

Unless you are shooting expired Polaroid film, when it comes to type 100 or 3.25 x 4.25" peel-apart film, your choices are pretty limited these days. There are two stocks currently available, and both are manufactured by FujiFilm. FP-3000B, a B&W, ISO 3000 speed film (which is now being … [Read more...]