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Polaroid Originals Standard B&W Instant Film for i-Type Cameras (40 Exposures)

Polaroid Originals Standard B&W Instant Film for i-Type Cameras (40 Exposures)

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<p>Every camera needs film to go with it. Polaroid Originals i-Type cameras have their own i-Type film . battery-free . unlike the standard film for vintage cameras and optimized for the Polaroid OneStep 2 camera. Polaroid Originals B&amp;W i-Type Film is a new generation of instant film . optimized for i-Type cameras like the OneStep 2. That means you get the best photos possible with your OneStep 2 . as crisp . clear and colorful as every photo should be. And because i-Type cameras have their own rechargeable batteries . Polaroid doesn't have to put one in the film . meaning you save money on every single pack. But don't try using it in a 600 camera – it won't work . no matter how nicely you ask it to.</p><h3>Fresh Formula.&nbsp;Familiar Feel.</h3><p>It might look familiar . but this film is all new. It uses Polaroid's most advanced chemistry to provide richer colors . tones . and contrasts than any Polaroid film before it.</p><h3>Store Chilled . Shoot Warm</h3><p>Temperature affects how the film works. Keep it stored cold in the fridge . but never freeze it. Ideally you should let it adjust to room temperature before you use it. That's around 55–82F (13–28C). When it's cold out . keep your photos warm in a pocket close to your body while they develop. Or if it's a hot day . make sure they stay cool.</p><h3>Shoot with the Light</h3><p>The more light in your shot . the better your photo will turn out. Instant film loves light . especially natural light. Use the flash for all your indoor photos. For best results Polaroid also recommends using the flash for outdoor shots . unless it's a bright sunny day.</p><h3>Develop In The Dark</h3><p>All photos appear blank at first. They're most sensitive during this time . so don't bend or shake them. Shield them from the light . and place them face down as they develop. Keep B&amp;W photos shielded from light for about 1 minute . and color film for about 6 minutes.</p><h3>Care For Your Camera</h3><p>Your camera has a set of&nbsp;rollers inside the film door.&nbsp;Each photo passes through&nbsp;these rollers as it's made . so it's important to make sure that they stay clean. If the rollers get visibly dirty then gently wipe them down with a soft . damp cloth.</p>
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