What will the camera of the future be like? Instant and vintage like an old Polaroid. Are you surprised? Maybe that's why the new camera is called Impossible!
The company Impossible, in fact, has taken over the assets of Polaroid last year, and shortly should launch Impossible I-1, a new analog camera that develops photos instantly. Impossible was presented on May 13 in Milan: it is an instant camera that prints the image taken directly onto film.
Here are all features specifications: on the front of the camera there is a crown consisting of 12 LEDs, 8 LEDs for the flash function and 4 LEDs for diffused lighting; in the upper part there is a Bluetooth viewer that represents the digital part. And not only! Impossible I-1 integrates with both iOS and Apple Watch for remote control, timer, focal aperture and exposure time management.
In short, analogue yes, but totally social. Impossible I-1 is on sale on the manufacturer's online website (eu.impossible-project.com) with a promotion for the launch of the camera plus three cartridges for 349.99 euros.
It has been called "the first camera of the last decade to use the original Polaroid format". In fact, Impossible I-1 works with black and white or color cartridges. Between the past and the future, will Impossible really be the camera we will use in the next few years?