Ina's 1969 Film
From Hipstamatic Field Guide
Ina’s 1969 Film
Ina has a bakery today but 40 years ago she was rocking some pretty serious instant film. Peel away the boring with this fine film.
 Film Characteristics
Ina's 1969 is an effect-neutral color "frame only" film. The frame consists of a textured retro cardboard frame with rounded corners, emblematic of a mid-50's to late 60's era photo album.
The frame pattern does not rotate.
 Suggested Combinations and Uses
The neutrality of this film pairs it well with any flash and lens combo. Ina's 1969 is the factory default setting for new Hipstamatic installations, along with John S lens and Standard flash. As such, it is the oldest and most frquently used combo.
 Gallery Examples
Who's up for a hootenanny? Well, with the Ina's 1969, you are, and when mated to the John S they will be talking about it for years to come.
Old Pepsi machines don't die, they only migrate to motels along the Lincoln Highway. Shot with the Helga Viking lens.
A retro-faded summer scene using the Kaimal Mark II lens and Ina's 1969 film (Hipstamatic New England)