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Before Polaroid created the integral instant film we all know and love, they made manually-processed, peel-apart film. In 1973, they introduced 8x10, a large format film which creates photos of incredible quality. It's more complex than other instant film formats, but there's nothing like it, which is why Polaroid is still making it today, by hand in Enschede, with no expense spared.
Designed for people who like things old school – really old school – the 8x10 black-and-white film is made almost entirely by hand for classic large-format cameras, and creates photos with clarity and detail that just isn't possible on other types of film. However, it requires special equipment, a lot of manual processing and even more technical knowhow, so if you're not a seasoned veteran, you might want to try one of the other formats first.