Instant photography pioneers Impossible present a range of cameras helping you to celebrate the important fathers and father figures in your life
In the lead up to Father’s Day, Impossible has curated a selection of instant cameras to help capture the special bond you share together and create something to have and hold onto, whether it ends up in the family album, on the desk at work, or even up on the fridge.
For the Tech Savvy Gentleman: I-1 Analog Instant Camera
Uniquely designed by Impossible, the I-1 instant camera, works with a companion App for iOS & Android. It allows you to take full manual control over shutter speed and aperture to make beautiful analog photos, or experiment using the fun creative tools like light painting and double exposures. The camera’s innovatively engineered ring flash provides a diffused light that’s perfect for capturing portraits this Father’s Day. Images available on request – cameras priced at £249.00.
A Fresh Take with a Monochrome Aesthetic: Two-Tone B&W Polaroid® 600 Camera
Offering a monochrome twist to the original Polaroid® camera, Impossible’s special edition Polaroid® 600 Two-Tone Black & White elevates the playful point-and-shoot classic with a custom black & white finish. Now, the whole family can make real photos with a Polaroid® camera you’ll want to take everywhere, every day, for every occasion. 600 type is the perfect camera for anyone who’s just getting started with instant photography. Cameras priced at £129.00.
A Very Fashionable Icon: The Polariod® SX-70 Camera
Blending culture and creativity, the iconic SX-70 is a camera for the fathers and father figures that appreciate the classic things in life. Celebrating its 45th anniversary this year, the Polaroid® SX-70 has become an artistic symbol of the 20th century. Its universal appeal introduced people around the globe to instant photography, and its spirit of spontaneity endeared it to artists such as Keith Haring, Jean-Michael Basquiat and Andy Warhol. Cameras prices at £319.00.
For any further information, please visit the Impossible Project website.