What’s inside a Polaroid Originals film box?

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Each Polaroid Originals photo is composed of:

  • A light-sensitive negative – a film base coated with layers of silver halide grains, image dyes and inter-layers
  • A transparent cover sheet – this lets the image be exposed to the negative, and keeps all the chemicals safely inside the film
  • A thin foil pod – located at the bottom of each frame, containing enough reagent to develop your picture
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