How are the modern instant camera technologies achieved?
Is it pigment transfer, laser sensitized paper or what?
Are they optical or digital technologies?
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Does this answer your question? https://science.howstuffworks.com/innovation/everyday-innovations/instant-film.htm And, if not, why?
7 months ago
Not realy, that is how traditional instant works/ed. I am interested in the techniques that are not wet chemistry like https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAPwdsilcDg
2 months ago
I understand the old wet tech. I was interested in the new tech. Also this was a question I posted to fill the Q&A so a bit simple, If I had an actual need to know I would have searched myself. I saw some mention of zinc paper but it did not elaborate.
2 months ago
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