Tag: Polaroid Automatic 250
Remembering Fujifilm FP-100C
Wistfully remembering color pack film for Polaroid cameras.
Updated review: Polaroid Automatic 250
An updated review of the Polaroid Automatic 250.
Shooting Fujifilm FP-100C
Holy cow, is Fujifilm’s FP-100C nice stuff. I shot Polaroid’s Types 88 and 108 color pack films in the 1970s and 1980s and was never impressed with the color rendition. But just look at the red the FP-100C returned. It’s so bold that it almost reaches out from the print and smacks you across the…
Goodbye Fujifilm FP-3000B
We are in the post-film shakeout era, a time when the world’s film manufacturers figure out what films will continue to be made now that most people shoot digital. I argue that this era kicked off in 2009 when Kodak canned its seminal Kodachrome color slide film. Kodak has been the leader in film discontinuation,…
Polaroid Automatic 250
A review of the very good Polaroid Automatic 250. Very good except that batteries are expensive and the film isn’t made anymore.