Impossible Project, the company that has helped prop Polaroid’s abandoned instant film and instant film cameras, has announced its first 600-type instant film camera, and it comes with a digital twist.

Called the I-1 and available on May 10 for $300, the analog instant film camera is a modern take on old Polaroid cameras. Like all modern gadgets, the I-1 connects to an app via Bluetooth, which lets you manually adjust the the aperture, shutter speed and flash.

The app also includes presets for taking double exposures and long exposures, according to Bloomberg Businessweek. The camera and app were unveiled by Impossible Project CEO Oskar Smolokowski at the Bloomberg Design Conference 2016. Read more…

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Impossible Project’s I-1 instant film camera carries on Polaroid’s legacy