We realize we cannot (and probably would not want to) make a replica of "55". Pods? maybe, Polaroid film backs? maybe, or maybe not. Holes? See the poll. Positive print? I don't think we need to. Highly profitable? Haha.
But some decisions are clearer
- It must be easy to use - We want to enable the wider use of larger, analog cameras, for what I think are obvious reasons.
- High quality must be inherent - Definitely, that means sharp, "good" greyscale, film flatness, and of course fine grain.
- Field processing is a must - Obviously! But we have several ways to possibly do this, and some seem attractive, because it might give us a choice of several emulsions.