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Mark Peters : November 10th 2014 - 12:00 CET

Supersense Pinhole Instant Camera


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PolaroidSupersense 66/6 Pinhole Instant Camera : Dedicated to Edwin Land, who introduced his very first instant camera 66 years ago, Spersense presents the 66/6, a brand new pinhole instant camera limited to 500 handcrafted pieces. Exactly 6 years after Polaroid closed down its last film factory Supersense is proud to announce the birth of the world’s first all new instant camera using Polaroid’s classic white frame instant film format, now ingeniously produced by The Impossible Project. Concept and design were created by Florian Kaps, founder of The Impossible Project, and Achim Heine, known for his design for Leica and Vitra. The Instant Camera is based upon the FPU (Film Processing Unit) of Impossible’s Instant Lab with an expandable rubber bellows on top and two pinhole sizes to choose from.
Pinhole Instant Camera

Pinhole Instant Camera
Limited to 500 handcrafted pieces, this concept camera comes with a handnumbered and handprinted Certificate of Authenticity as well as a strictly limited Edwin Land silk screen print. 66 years ago, on November 26th 1948, the Polaroid Model 95 was sold in Boston at Jordan Marsh department store for the first time. This first Instant Camera ever started a global movement that got in severe danger by the closing of Polaroid’s last film factory 6 years ago, in 2008. Florian Kaps and his team took the unique chance to save the last Polaroid production plant in Enschede, Netherlands, at the very last moment, which marked the beginning of The Impossible Project. These two landmarks in Instant Photography history lead to naming this brand new Instant Camera.

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Supersense 66/6 Instant Camera
The 66/6 was designed to trigger maximum creativity by a multitude of settings. The choice between a 0,12 mm pinhole and a 0,24 mm pinhole is only the beginning. The expandable bellows alters the focal length and allows 5 different positions that influence the necessary exposure time as well as the wide angel characteristic. Using all new Impossible Square Format Instant Film (600 and SX-70 Type) the 66/6 produces dreamlike pictures that will make the hearts of fans of Pinhole and Instant Photography beat faster, combining two creative photographic techniques in one brand new camera. Handcrafted and limited to exclusive 500 pieces, the 66/6 is not only a new addition to creative Instant Photography but a one of a kind collector’s item. The Supersense Instant Camera price is set at €222,- (Limited to 500 pieces, carefully assembled by hand).

Supersense Pinhole Instant Camera




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