‘Impossible Project’ aims to bring back Polaroid film

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Polaroid may have stopped production of its analogue instant film last summer, but such is the strength of the product's fan base that some have decided they won't take "no" for an answer. Specifically, a group of aficionados in the Netherlands has bought an old Polaroid factory and plans to bring the technology back into production later this year. As part of what it calls The Impossible Project to bring back integral film for vintage Polaroid cameras, Impossible b.v. has signed a 10-year lease on Polaroid's Enschede-based film-production factory, which still includes everything needed to produce up to 100 million…

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