This film is currently sold by the Impossible Project.
Push is the second generation of PX 70 Color Shade and is a completely different animal than its predecessor. The blue tint is largely gone, and images actually exhibit some solid color. This generation of PX 70 Color Shade requires much more light to work, taking 600 cameras out of the equation. SX-70 cameras must be used, and even then the exposure compensation must be set to let in more light (thus the name ‘Push’).
Some of the lizard skin defect remains, and images are somewhat hazy in nature. Just like first flush, be extremely careful in handling the image immediately after capture, as any exposure to light will blow out parts of the image. Still not an expired Polaroid killer for color images, but getting closer. This film is still sold at a slight discount and in a ten pack.
After several weeks of storage, I went back to look and see what kind of changes Push would undergo. To my surprise, the image had turned completely blue. Personally I found it kind of neat, but be warned, you should scan early and often with this format, as it is highly unstable.
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