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For those who have everything: ITT Magicflash

With ITT Magicflash film you can bring out the old Polaroid.

When Polaroid discontinued its instant-developing film a few years ago, the iconic white-framed squares were “mourned across the globe by people of all ages” who associated them with favorite memories. Now a small set of devotees has reverse-engineered the technology: ITT Magicflash film is fully “compatible with old-school Polaroid cameras” like the one in your basement. “It won’t come cheap—anywhere near cheap, actually”—but this is as close to recapturing childhood as you can get.

Price: $21
Contact: Theimpossibleproject.com
Source: Fast Company

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