You may remember that Polaroid introduced 8×10 Instant film in 1973 making high-resolution large format instant photography possible for the first time. The unique size and characteristics of the 8×10 film soon captured the attention of photographers as an artistic medium. During the 1980s it was frequently used for landscape, fine art or advertising-photography, scientific applications as well as high quality proofs. Just like all other types of Polaroid film it was discontinued in the 21st Century.
The New PQ 8×10 film from Impossible- Project is compatible with all 8×10 cameras equipped with a Polaroid film holder, as well as the original Polaroid 8×10 processor. (Look for an article on this exciting new film in an upcoming issue of photo technique!) the-impossible-project.com