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Black Frame Film for Polaroid Cameras

Not content with simply resurrecting traditional Polaroid instant film, The Impossible Project is also selling a special Black Frame version of its PX 600 Silver Shade film. The black borders give the instant film a pretty unique look, but packs of Black Frame film are pretty pricey: 8 exposures will cost you $24.

PX 600 Silver Shade UV+ Black Frame (via Photojojo)


 
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  • Anonymous

    The black frame isn’t that much more than old style white frame.  It still comes down to whether you want to pay $3 per photo.  Seems like it would be easier to make a fake frame to frame non-Polaroid prints than make genuine Polaroid film.

  • http://twitter.com/itravel81 mach3

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  • mecperdu

    Because white frames are so mainstream

  • http://twitter.com/MariadiBoscheti Maria din Boscheti

    It’s a very nice initiative, since there are still a lot of people taking photos with Polaroid cameras. But 3 bucks a frame… that is way too much.