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Impossible Instant Polaroid Film Review/Thoughts 
11th January 2016|BusinessCamera/Video TestsPhotographyrandomReviewsTechnology

Impossible Instant Polaroid Film Review/Thoughts 

Impossible Instant Polaroid Film Review/Thoughts 

 

 

I have always been a massive lover of Polaroid Instant Film as it was pretty much where my love of photography came from and when Polaroid said they were stopping production of the SX-70 instant film in February 2008 I think i might have shed a few tears.

Now  I can’t find my original Polaroid shots they should be in a box somewhere in my house when I find them I will share them of anyone’s interested I am however shooting on my original Polaroid SX-70 Land Camera which I’ve had for many years anyway fast forward a few years after Polaroid stopped making SX-70 film the impossible project came about and brought the film making equipment and rented the factory from Polaroid and started making instant film again yay.

I thought it would be interesting to show my thoughts on the Impossible Polaroid instant film I brought this film myself and this post isn’t sponsored by the impossible project ( I wouldn’t say no though if you wanted to send some film my way ) now the first thing I noticed is it doesn’t have the same smell the original Polaroid film had the size frame size and and the image area is still the same it still use the film holder that has the inbuilt battery.

The development time is also slightly longer with The Impossible Project Film as it was with the Old Official Polaroid Film the colors do seem to be improved and brighter as you can see from the image gallery.

I wish i could compare these with the Fuji Instax but I’ve yet to use those maybe i will purchase one soon and then do a post on it.

Hope You like this post please do give me your thoughts as always much love

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Ubuntu for Android
1st March 2012|BusinessMobile PhonesNewsTechnology

Ubuntu for Android

Ubuntu on yes thats right ubuntu on android Providing your device meets these minimum specifications. A complete Ubuntu desktop for docked smart phones Ubuntu for Android provides a full desktop experience, including office software, web browsing, email and media applications, on Android phones docked to a screen and keyboard. Thanks to tight integration with the Android service layer, the transition between the two environments is seamless, making it easy to access the phone’s services from the desktop when docked.

  • Dual-core 1GHz CPU
  • Video acceleration: shared kernel driver with associated X driver; Open GL, ES/EGL
  • Storage: 2GB for OS disk image
  • HDMI: video out with secondary frame buffer device
  • USB host mode
  • 512 MB RAM
It also comes with a whole range of appleications
  • Chromium web browser
  • Google Calendar
  • Google Docs
  • Thunderbird email client
  • Gwibber
  • VLC Player
  • PiTiViUbuntu Music Player
  • Ubuntu Photo Gallery
  • Android dialer
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