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light [ ] squared

Maker of the Clip-It Filter system for Polaroid SX-70 folding cameras for use with IMPOSSIBLE Instant Film. patrick j. clarke is light [ ] squared and has been an instant film fan since The IMPOSSIBLE Project started re-creating instant film for Polaroid cameras in 2008. One of the limitations of the SX-70 was that there weren't any color correction or black and white contrast enhancement filters for it. Also, as the camera's get older, the electronic eye that chooses the exposure gets less and less accurate. People made Neutral Density filters that fit over the pack of film, but that became troublesome. What we needed was a filter kit. And that's what the first product from light [ ] squared is...a clip-on filter system for SX-70 cameras. More accessories are planned and on the way, so be on the lookout for them!


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