If you have ever used the Impossible Project films you would know about the beautiful and sometimes frustrating results achieved. Black and While Impossible film has always been my weakness, I have always found it to be more tempermental than the colour.
This review of the Gen 2.0 Black and White comes a little late as I waited a while for it to come in the mail.
The Gen 2 in comparison to regular Black and White Impossible is AMAZING! I always thought my Black and White Impossible needed more contrast (I love trasty black & white photographs) and the Gen 2 delivers. Not only that but no sheilding (just like it says) and the developing time is amazing, I thought I just taken an instax photo (except it was black & white) because of the development time! Developement time is only around 5 minutes.
I havn’t had enough time to see how it fades (if it does) yet, but it will most likely only fade like the regular Black and White which just goes a little brownish (instead of black).
First photo is of my motorbike, shows faded Impossible Black and White film. Second photo is of Shane Told to show a regular and recent photo of Impossible Black and White film. Third is the Black Frame Gen 2 Black and White Impossible film.
NOTE: I have only used 600 film due to only having a 600 camera.