Ok, first I was told Polaroid went out of business and quit instant film production. Supposedly the instant film factories somewhere in Europe were closed and the production machinery scrapped, sent to the dump. Ok. Later, an upstart company, the Impossible Project, begins and the story is they are trying to revive the old film production but not doing well because the machines are gone and the formulas are scattered around and everything has to be pieced back together and reinvented where necessary. While all that is going on there are lots of unreliable postings everywhere saying Fuji was really the company who was manufacturing all the instant film for Polaroid in their final years. Ok. Now I was in Big Lots before Christmas and saw, in their display case, a brand new Polaroid instant film camera in the box and the box said something about "Classic Polaroid with instant film". I don't remember the model # but I am sure it wasn't a Pic300. Also, there is the Polaroid Pic300 which uses instant film for small sized instant pic. like a mini sx-70. So, the curiousity is what is going on? If Fuji was making all of Polaroid's film, what is Impossible Project trying to recover? If a "Classic Polaroid" is being retailed, who is making the film? If the Pic300 is using instant film, presumably made by Fuji, why is Impossible Project having such a hard time trying to figure out how to make instant film? How hard could it be to buy a few packs of Fuji and figure it out? Something just doesn't add up.