Polaroid films fall under two categories, ‘pack film’ and ‘integral film’. While the process and the general principle were the same, the look of the films couldn’t be more different. This is a peel-apart-type color pack film with an ISO speed rating of 100. As a daylight film, it is optimized for shooting under sunlight or electronic flash. While this is Fuji’s version of traditional Polaroid film, the tone and look is very different.
FP-100c’s ability to produce photos of superb quality makes this film ideal for a range of uses. The sharpness and clarity is near digital in quality, truly the perfection of what Polaroid started so many years ago. This film , designed for use at temperatures between 10°C and 30°C (50°F and 95°F), but yields best results at 25°C (77°F). For best results, be sure to observe the suggested development times and temperatures after pulling out the film sheet.