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It seems like just yesterday that announced it was going bankrupt and would stop making its iconic instant film. Cut to today, and the new Polaroid is solvent again, introducing new cameras with a classic, old-style look and a twist: They're now digital, with a built-in instant printer.But here's the newsflash: In a digital world, Polaroid came to the Consumer Electronics Show to announce the classic analog Polaroid instant film is coming back.For the purist, Polaroid is introducing a new film camera model, the PIC 1000, which looks and resembles the Polaroid One-Step from the 1970s and 1980s."Digital is the future, but the market has screamed for the return of Polaroid film," says Jon Pollock, Polaroid's chief marketing officer. The film is targeted toward artists and enthusiasts, and the cost per photo will be "pretty expensive," he acknowledges. No exact price was announced.The re-introduction of film was made possible by a group of Polaroid fans in Denmark who call themselves the . They banded together to put a factory together to make the film again.In spring 2009, Polaroid introduced the POGO camera, a digital camera with a built-in printer, making 2x3 prints.At CES, Polaroid unveiled the successor, the Polaroid "3x4" Instant Digital Camera that produces larger 3x4 prints. They cost 50 cents apiece to produce, and the camera will be available in the second half of the year. No price has been announced.Battery life -- while still not great -- will be improved, Pollock says, from 20 prints and 75 captures to 40 prints and 100 captures.By Jefferson Graham

It seems like just yesterday that announced it was going bankrupt and would stop making its iconic instant film. Cut to today, and the new Polaroid is solvent again, introducing new cameras with a classic, old-style look and a twist: They're now digital, with a built-in instant printer.But here's the newsflash: In a digital world, Polaroid came to the Consumer Electronics Show to announce the classic analog Polaroid instant film is coming back.For the purist, Polaroid is introducing a new film camera model, the PIC 1000, which looks and resembles the Polaroid One-Step from the 1970s and 1980s."Digital is the future, but the market has screamed for the return of Polaroid film," says Jon Pollock, Polaroid's chief marketing officer. The film is targeted toward artists and enthusiasts, and the cost per photo will be "pretty expensive," he acknowledges. No exact price was announced.The re-introduction of film was made possible by a group of Polaroid fans in Denmark who call themselves the . They banded together to put a factory together to make the film again.In spring 2009, Polaroid introduced the POGO camera, a digital camera with a built-in printer, making 2x3 prints.At CES, Polaroid unveiled the successor, the Polaroid "3x4" Instant Digital Camera that produces larger 3x4 prints. They cost 50 cents apiece to produce, and the camera will be available in the second half of the year. No price has been announced.Battery life -- while still not great -- will be improved, Pollock says, from 20 prints and 75 captures to 40 prints and 100 captures.By Jefferson Graham

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Analog Instant Film for Impossible and Polaroid Cameras.

But here's the newsflash: In a digital world, Polaroid came to the Consumer Electronics Show to announce the classic analog Polaroid instant film is coming back.

Images on the Web site of the Impossible Project, which is manufacturing Polaroid instant film again, are depicted as old instant photographs. (The Impossible Project )