Polaroid Color i-Type Instant Film Metallic Spectrum Edition

Let your shots shimmer and shine with our new-release Metallic Spectrum Frames i-Type colour film. Inspired by the light spectrum itself, each frame features a unique, fluid colour gradient finished in a metallic sheen. You get 8 different frames in metallic colours that reflect the iconic Polaroid Rainbow.

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Polaroid Color i-Type Instant Film Metallic Spectrum Edition

Polaroid Color i-Type Instant Film Metallic Spectrum Edition. Let your shots shimmer and shine with our new-release Metallic Spectrum Frames i-Type colour film. Inspired by the light spectrum itself, each frame features a unique, fluid colour gradient finished in a metallic sheen. You get 8 different frames in metallic colours that reflect the iconic Polaroid Rainbow.

 

i-Type Film

i-Type Film is made especially for the Polaroid Now camera. So, you get the best photos possible with your new Polaroid camera. Thus, crisp, clear and colourful as every photo should be.

And because OneStep 2 and Now cameras have their own rechargeable batteries, Polaroid doesn’t have to put one in the film. So the result is that you save money on every single pack.

Color i-Type uses the latest colour film formula from Polaroid. You get rich colours, well-balanced tones, and classic Polaroid soft textures.

Your images will begin to emerge within 2 minutes. Full development will take about 10-15 minutes. Remember to shield images from light for the first few seconds as they come out of the camera. This will prevent overexposure.

Don’t try to use this film in a 600 camera – it won’t work, no matter how nicely you ask it to. i-Type film packs don’t contain a battery that all Polaroid 600 cameras need to operate.

 

Guide To Instant Film

Not sure which instant film is the right one for you? Read our Guide To Instant Film where we explain what all your options are. We’ll talk you through the various different options when it comes to instant photography.

Depending on whether you go with a Polaroid or Fuji Instax camera, there will be different formats to choose from. The most popular format is Fuji Instax Mini, but Polaroids have that classic instant look and there are loads of their second-hand cameras out there.

 

Additional information

Brand

Film Development

Instant

Film Exposures

8

Film Format

Film Type

Instant

Film Sensitivity

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