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Alas, as you may know, Polaroid is stepping out of the film business, and although I’m sure 3rd-party film will be available at a premium in the future, Polaroid has set the dates after which their instant film will no longer be available. Check out the link below for the info on when the film cartridges for your camera will die the true death. [via Geeksugar]

Product Projected Availability Until* Date of Expiration*
Integral Film:    
600 Q1 09 Aug 09
600 Write-on Q4 08 May 09
Spectra/Image Q1 08 US Aug 09
T990 Q1 08 May 09
Spectra Grid Film Q1 08 May 09
T779 Q1 08 Jan 09
T100 Products    
690 Single / Twin Q4 08 Sept 09
PC100 ID UV Twin Q4 08 Mar 09
T669 Twin Silk Q3 08 Mar 09
T669 Twin – 10 frame Q4 08 Mar 09
T611 Twin Q2 08 Feb 09
T672 – Twin Q4 08 Jun 09
T664 Twin 10 frame Q4 08 Sept 09
Polapan Pro 100 – 10 bulk Q4 08 Jun 09
T667 Twin 10 frame Q4 08 Sept 09
4×5 Products    
Sepia Q2 08 Jan 09
T51 Q1 08 Aug 09
T52 Q4 08 May 09
T53 Q3 08 Aug 09
T54 Q3 08 Sept 09
T55 Q4 08 Dec 08
T57 Q3 08 Mar 09
T59 Q1 08 Sept 08
T72 Q4 08 June 09
T79 Q3 08 Feb 09
8×10 Products    
T809 Q3 08 Dec 08
T804 Q1 08 April 09
T803 Q4 08 Sept 09
Other Products that have been discontinued prior to 2008 include:
Commercial : T665, PC64, T661, Viva film and Type 80’s.
Integral: T500/Captiva, izone, Notepad and Time Zero.

*Projected Availability subject to change depending upon demand. Date of Expiration is based on the last date of manufacturing which varies by product. As the Projected Availability Date approaches, the closer we are to the Date of Expiration.
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