52 Cameras: Camera 84 part 2 — Polaroid One Step Flash

Weird expired-effects aside, I love this film. I’ll get some more fresh and shoot it fresh and see how it goes. Every time I’ve purchased Impossible film, it’s been better than the last so they’re still hard at work improving the formulas.

Scanned on the Canoscan 9000f at 2400DPI. Resized to 10% except for the detail images which are 1024 X 768 crops of the full-sized scans.

Cool accident. It looks like someone in a v-neck and a blazer.

This was the first shot.  I handed her the camera without telling her it was loaded.

This was the first shot. I handed her the camera without telling her it was loaded.

I liked the long grass before the bubbles.  I still do.

I liked the long grass before the bubbles. I still do.

Amoebas are eating my prints!

100 % crop detail of the grass shot.

100 % crop detail of the grass shot.

I know it’s supposed to be black and white but the rust color is gorgeous.

This detail is from the upper left where the developer ran out.  Auto-level tweak in Preview.

This detail is from the upper left where the developer ran out. Auto-level tweak in Preview.

Kind of bummed about the bubbles in this shot.

Kind of bummed about the bubbles in this shot.

100% crop.  The crops are interesting so... lemonade!

100% crop. The crops are interesting so… lemonade!

100% crop.  That strange fern effect.  TIP says it's probably an artifact from bending while the print is developing.

100% crop. That strange fern effect. TIP says it’s probably an artifact from bending while the print is developing.

Our Jack-o'-lantern on 1 November.  I'm documenting his slow return to the earth.

Our Jack-o’-lantern on 1 November. I’m documenting his slow return to the earth.

I found an interesting article about doing emulsion lifts from Impossible film. It’ll be interesting to see where the spots are in the print layers.

Update 16 July 2016

I sold this camera but here’s what it looks like.

Front Open

Front Open

Front Closed

Front Closed

Film Compartment

Film Compartment

Side Open

Side Open

Back -- Made in the UK!

Back — Made in the UK!

A cool camera in great shape but I have a few almost like it so off it went to a new home.