The Impossible Project just launched some new experimental film for SX-70 cameras called Cyanograph. It is described as “experimental monochromatic, low-contrast all blue film”. The film just went on sale today, but I would expect for it to be sold out in the next few days. This was offered to Impossible Pioneers first and now it is being offered to the general public.
At $18.00 per pack or $34.00 for a twin pack you can save up to $6.49 per pack compared to their regularly priced film ($23.49). Since this is a new sort of film to test out I would expect for there to be some exposure and development kinks that will arise when shooting, but I think it’s well worth if for the price. Also the results that you will have will be one of a kind considering they may never offer the film again.
Specifications (from The Impossible Project):
- 8 exposures per pack
- Type: Monochrome Blue instant film for Polaroid™ SX-70-type cameras
- Format: 3.5 x 4.2 in (8.8 x 10.7 cm)
- Image area: 3.1 x 3.1 in (7.9 x 7.9 cm)
- Finish: Glossy
- Development: 40 minutes approximately at 70°F (21°C)
- Battery: Built in, long lasting battery to power up the camera and flash
I myself purchased 4 packs of it and I will post my results once I get my hands on it! I would stock up if you can. You can purchase CYANOGRAPH SX-70 Film here. Happy Shooting!
*****I have since posted my results since. You can see my results for the Cyanograph SX-70 film here.*****
*Images from The Impossible Project