Polaroid instant film is on course for a comeback with news that a separate company has taken over Polaroid?s factory in the Netherlands.

Impossible B.V says it has acquired Polaroid?s production plant in Amsterdam and plans to ?re-invent and re-produce? film for Polaroid?s instant film cameras.

Last year Polaroid announced plans to end film production, blaming the digital photography revolution.

?The impossible mission is not to re-build Polaroid Integral film but to develop a new product with new characteristics,? said a spokesman for Impossible B.V.

The firm aims to start production next year, producing three million films in the first year and ten million in subsequent years.


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