Fujifilm killed off the last peel-apart instant film when it discontinued its FP-100C back in 2016 despite an effort from Impossible founder Florian Kaps to keep it alive. But now, two years later, Kaps has just announced the re-birth and re-invention of peel-apart instant film: it’s called ONE INSTANT. Developed through two years of R&D […]
If no one has told you yet, allow us to let you in on a little secret: Polaroid films go bigger than the 4x5 peel apart instant films you've probably seen. Snoop around at the Polaroid Originals website and you'll see some handmade 8x10 instant films for large format cameras.
Florian “Doc” Kaps’ dream to save peel-apart instant film, also known as packfilm, is a massive one. That’s why in true comic book superhero fashion, he has been spending the last two years following a carefully planned strategy.
Analog lovers rejoice, those tears you cried for your old friend Fujifilm FP-100c peel-apart packfilm were not in vain! Impossible Project founder Florian ‘Doc’ Kaps has teamed up with Bob Crowley at New55 Film to save the format.