Everyone got very excited when the creator of Bathing Ape, decided to partner with Impossible Project to come out with limited edition Polaroid films!
Although you are ‘suppose’ to use the right film e.g. Px70 and Px100 for Sx-70 cameras, Px680 and Px600 for Polaroid 600 cameras, but if Px70 can be used on 600 and Px680 can be used on Sx-70, then why not? Let’s call this cross pollination!
You have more reason to use Px70 on 600 cameras given that NiGO limited edition colourful frame films were only produced on Px70! The unknown feeling of what colour frame you will get in every shot will get your heart pumping with excitments!
First of all, on Px70 NiGO , even on normal Sx-70 cameras you often find yourself underexposing the camera because essentially you are using a 300 ISO/ASA Px70 Nigo films on a ISO 70/100 optimised Sx-70 Camera. Thus as a rule of thumb going forward, always underexposed your camera while using new px70 film on Sx-70 cameras. If you don’t , you often find a overexposed picture ( where the subject is all white/ yellowish and you can’t make out who or what is that).
Seconly, on corss pollination, logics kicks in that in order to use a ISO 300 Px70 Nigo film on a 600 ISO optimised camera, why don’t we just overexpose the 600 camera? Given that the slowest shutter speed on a 600 point and shoot camera is 1/3 of a second on Lens: 116mm f/11 Single-element.
Putting a flap (remember the current IMPOSSIBLE film is still UV sensitive) saying PX70 Color Shades by NIGO over on my Polaroid Light Management System (LMS) 600 with 1 pack of NiGO film here I go!