The Impossible Project, an effort to save Polaroid film, is starting to pay off, with a new instant film for Polaroid cameras available in the market shortly.

Last year, we reported on The Impossible Project, which aimed at reviving the iconic Polaroid film. The project was started by an Austrian artist and businessman, Florian Kaps, who reopened a Polaroid production plant in Amsterdam and began manufacturing the film again.

The great news for all Polaroid aficionados is that the project is right on schedule and the first film is slated to be available for sale on March 25th.

The PX monochrome instant film will be sold along with the remaining stocks of the original Polaroid film.

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