HOLGA PX70 Color Shade PUSH！(ISO125カラー)SX70カメラ用
PX70 Color Shade First Flashの改良版。CMYの彩度が高まり往年のTime Zeroフィルムに近い発色が得られるようになりました！＜ご注意＞フィルム排出後、現像が終わるまでの間（約4分）はフィルムの入っていた箱に入れ余分な光が入らないよう心がけてください。17℃～24℃の範囲でご使用ください。ISO125相当に付き眼底カメラには使えません。
OK, back to my film review. Oh, before I begin, this review is based this film and by using my pristine SX-70, version 1...my Polaroid camera of choice:)
First, let me say that the biggest Pro is...it works! For those that have tried many old mid 70's to 80's dated film...the batteries are either dead in the pack (non replaceable or rechargeable (I tried)...or the fill is derogated. The Impossible Project film works....now works does not mean as you may remember (I said I would not compare - but please do not expect apples to apples). The film is real sensitive in such that you must handle AS DIRECTED by the impossible Project and NOT the original Polaroid instructions. The biggest CON...You will notice that you need to `coddle' the film to get a decent image...ignore instructions, and you will get !@#. The product (film) comes in color, B&W, and one or two other various blends. I additionally recommend you check out their site for on-line pre-use instructions/tips and a gallery of examples. Accompanied with the Amazon user reviews and their site's intel, you will surely `get the picture' (no pun intended). In all, I am happy.
If I had a wish for the Impossible project...it would be to add to another service I would definitely pay), it would be the restoration of past original Polaroid film packs (either by them or film submitted by the customer) - basically a battery over haul. It is finite service, for the film out will eventually run dry...but there is PLENTY. So unless it is `Impossible' (no pun intended again), it would be cool, nostalgic and another product/service I would support.
DO NOT BUY this. Get the silver shade instead or try to find Polaroid 600 film
These guys really try hard.
However, film still needs to get improved.
Not as good as original Polaroid film