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I have a ID-104 Econo or Viva which is about 8 years or more in age. I bought a pack of film from Amazon which appeared to be okay at first, but since opening a new pack, now the back ground is greenish in colour instead of white and the facial colour is more green than normal and there are a few streaks across the face.

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Polaroid don't either, they ceased production a few years ago and all remaining stocks are (even more) expensive and will no longer work except in modified cameras as the built-in film batteries are now flat.

But you can get newly manufactured compatible photo packs from The Impossible Project. Click the link for details, but please bear in mind that this material is best thought of as being a different medium to the original which works in your camera. It does not produce the same results as the original film, but can produce some effects which were difficult to achieve with the original material. The website gives details, but the main one is that the film is nowhere near as fade resistant: either scan the images you wish to keep or buy their new Dry Age (dehydration) kit to preserve original images. Also you only get 8 shots per pack compared to the original 10 as the new material is slightly thicker so only 8 photos fit into the cartridge.

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