The 66/6 Story
Exactly 66 years ago, on November 26th 1948, the very first Polaroid Model 95 was sold in Boston at Jordan Marsh department store. This was the very first analog instant camera Edwin Land ever invented, introducing a new magic chapter in photography.
Since we saved the very last Polaroid factory in Enschede the very last minute 6 years ago and started the IMPOSSIBLE PROJECT our dream was to not only rescue the film production but to also introduce a new generation instant camera, optimized for the new generation of instant photographers.
We are more than proud that we now have this very first new instant camera in our trembling hands. THE 66/6 Pinhole. Based upon the reliable Film Processing Unit (FPU) of the IMPOSSIBLE INSTANT LAB, carefully assembled by hand piece by piece in a one and only production run of exactly 500 hand numbered pieces. All of them with a Certificate of Authenticity and a limited edition silk print of Edwin Land, to whom we want to dedicate this unique concept camera.
We can not thank the Impossible Project enough for supplying us with not only the FPU but also with their expertise and their ongoing support in so many things impossible. Without their support SUPERSENSE would have never been able to open a new chapter of analog instant photography by introducing the world's first new instant camera using Polaroid's classic white frame instant film format, now ingeniously produced by the Impossible Project.
Starting the new chapter of analog instant photography with the very first camera ever invented: THE PINHOLE.