Impossible Project Releases Special Edition Polaroid 600 One

The Impossible Project has done it again — in a new Polaroid product revamp, the company has released a brand new Polaroid 600 One model designed by Paul Giambarba.

Giambarba is the designer behind the Polaroid branding and design since the late 1950s.

The 600 One features a digital LCD counter, a focus free lens, a built-in flash, and  comes packaged with 600 film.

It’s a little poetic how design and business can come full circle; Polaroid’s reinvigorated by tapping back into its own retro styles.

(via Gizmodo)

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  • Dave K

    Perhaps they should spend less time and energy making cameras when so many are available used, and more time fixing their chemistry…

  • Dave K

    Oh they have sample pictures from the camera, great, oh wait they're only 100×100, and don't look anything like the test photos seen thus far.

  • R v S

    I'd like a polaroid camera one day. Just for snapshots on holidays and with friends. Way more authentic than digital camera's :)

  • Ollie Williams

    The pictures shown are not new cameras, and the coupling of those particular cameras with special edition film is not new either. They may be new stock, but new stock of those particular cameras has been around for ages. However, Polaroid have shown some prototype new models at some kind of trade show a couple of months ago

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