The Impossible Project develops a new Film Processing Unit

For the past 18 months The Impossible Project worked on a new analog instant camera called FPU (Film Processing Unit) that was developed together with DHW of the former ROLLEI factory, long-time head of R&D at Polaroid Henny Waanders and Prof. Achim Heine, designer of the LEICA Digilux 1 camera. The first concept camera will be presented at Photokina. The new product is expected to be introduced to the market in 2013.

Based on the FPU, The Impossible Project developed The Instant Lab that will basically print images directly from your iPhone. This project is currently on Kickstarter - I could not believe that so many people thought this was a good idea:

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