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Photographic material with integral processing invented by Polaroid and also developed by Kodak and Fuji. The paper holds chemicals on one border that are squeezed over the exposed surface to process the image. Original versions had the chemicals on the outside which were messy newer types have pouch that release the processing gunge on the inside so it's a dry process.
A film holder, named after the company who made the first instant film. It fits on the back of a medium-format camera or slides into a large format film holder that takes instant-picture material.