What they have there are some old 600 cameras that work with film made by the Impossible Project, and a rebadged Fuji Instax camera that works with Fuji Instax film. Polaroid apparently has a rebadged version of that, too. The stuff they're talking apart in the article is what's generally referred to as peel-apart film or packfilm, for 100-series Polaroid cameras like the Polaroid Automatic 100, 250, 360 etc etc... They were a lot of them. Also, you can use the stuff on old press cameras, like a Graflex or Linhof 4x5. The pictures generally are of better quality than what you'd get from the Instax or 600-series integral-film. Obviously, I'm a fan, but this was a long time coming. They discontinued the 4x5 stuff years ago, leaving only the smaller FP-3000b (a great black & white instant film) and FP-100c (the color stuff in the article). Then last year, they stopped making FP-3000b. I was hoping that we'd get a few more years of FP-100c because of some sort of imagined manufacturing synergy with Fuji's Instax film (which remains very popular, it would seem), but alas! It wasn't to be. It's the end of an era, I guess; but film shooters like myself should be used to this sort of thing by now.