Holiday Gift Guide for the Instant Film Photographer

If you have someone on your gift list this year who loves instant photography, or is just getting started, here are some great ideas. These range from Impossible Project Film, Fujifilm for old Land Cameras, and some books. I have a review of the Fujifilm Instax SP-1 Smartphone Printer coming up in a few weeks, but I found a good kit deal on Amazon and wanted to share it now.

For Polaroid One Step (600 Series Film) Photographers:

Impossible Color Instant Film (Color Frames Edition) for Polaroid 600-Type Cameras

Impossible Black & White Instant Film (Hardcolor Edition) for Polaroid 600-Type Cameras

Impossible Black & White Instant Film (Round Frame Edition) for Polaroid 600-Type Cameras

Impossible Black & White Instant Film (Silver Frame Edition) for Polaroid 600-Type Cameras

Impossible Black & White Instant Film (Black Frame) for Polaroid 600-Type Cameras

For Polaroid SX-70 (SX-70 Series Film) Photographers:

Impossible Color Instant Film for Polaroid SX-70 Cameras

Impossible Black & White Instant Film for Polaroid SX-70 Cameras

Impossible Color Instant Film (Lulu Guinness Edition) for Polaroid SX-70 Cameras

For old school Polaroid Land Camera (Models 100 through 400) photographers:

Fujifilm FP-100C Professional Color Film

Fujifilm FP-3000B Professional Black & White Film

Land Camera Battery: Exell 4.5V Alkaline Battery

For Fuji Instax Mini Photographers:

 Fujifilm Instax Mini – Twin Film Pack

Best Deal: Fujifilm Instax SHARE SP-1 Instant Film Smartphone Printer (White) with 20 Color Prints, 2 Batteries, Digital Camera Kit

Movies:

 Time Zero: The Last Year of Polaroid Film

Books:

Instant: The Story of Polaroid

Instant Love: How to Make Magic and Memories with Polaroids

Polaroid Land Photography by Ansel Adams & Robert Baker

The Polaroid Book (Taschen’s 25th Anniversary Special Editions)

The Polaroid Years: Instant Photography and Experimentation

Photographer’s Guide to Polaroid Transfer: Step-By-Step

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About Shaun Nelson

Learning to shoot analog in a digital world. UtahFilmPhotography.com is dedicated to sharing information, sharing experience and sharing knowledge about film photography and vintage cameras. View all posts by Shaun Nelson

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