Choosing Your FujiFilm Instant Camera: Which One to Pick

There is just something about capturing a moment and printing your photo that can’t be beaten. Sure, digital photography has its own draws, but instant photography will always have a special place in our hearts.

People of all ages and skill levels are excited about instant photography. Kids love it, and professional photographers still use it.

Red Instax and tulips

FujiFilm is one of the most popular instant photography brands on the market. Their extensive range of instant cameras are impressive and versatile.

If you’re trying to figure out what FujiFilm camera to buy, this is everything you need to know about the best instant cameras available.

The Instagram-worthy FujiFilm Instax Mini 70

FujiFilm Instax Mini 70 Blue

If you’re looking for a camera that is as good as your iPhone at taking selfies, an Instax Mini 70 is for you. This cool instant camera comes with a dedicated selfie mode that ensures your face is in focus every time.

The front mirror will help you frame the perfect selfie, and there is even a front shutter release so you can comfortably snap away. An LCD screen tells you how many shots you have left.

The Instax Mini 70 has several modes, including macro and landscape. The self-timer can be set for 2 and 10 seconds, so you have time to prepare the perfect shot.

The Wide-Angle FujiFilm Instax Wide 300

Fujifilm Instax 300 Wide

With a FujiFilm Instax Wide 300 you will be able to capture awesome wide-angle shots that are a much harder feat when using other instant cameras.

The Instax Wide 300 produces instant photographs that are 3.4 inches by 4.3 inches. The classic white borders of these photos are reminiscent of vintage photographs produced by old Polaroid cameras.

The camera has an optical viewfinder, so yo can perfectly frame your shots. It’s easy to use, with built-in flash, and flash output and exposure settings, so you can control how light and dark your images come out.

The Fun FujiFilm Instax Mini 8

FujiFilm Instax Mini 8 Instant Camera

The FujiFilm Instax Mini 8 is one of the most affordable instant cameras on the market. It’s a great option for kids or adults who are looking to try their hand at instant photography before making a bigger commitment.

That’s not to say the Instax Mini 8 doesn’t pull its weight. Features include a bright optical viewfinder, a manual switching system that gives you better control of exposure and a constant firing flash.

You won’t have to worry about running out of battery at inopportune times, as it takes 2 AA batteries that you can pick up anywhere, so you can keep snapping.

The Pro FujiFilm Instax Mini 90 NEO

Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 NEO Brown Instant Camera

The Instax Mini 90 NEO is the perfect instant camera choice for enthusiasts. It’s an excellent piece of technology that will impress young and old.

Its design is reminiscent of the instant cameras of yesteryear. The Instax Mini 90 NEO has excellent macro and landscape modes, so you can experiment with instant photography at all angles.

It has impressive contrast, sharpness and saturation, and gives the photographer the ability to control brightness. You can even try your hand at creative double exposure.

The Hip Fujifilm Instax Mini 50S

Fujifilm Instax Mini 50S Piano Black Instant Camera

The FujiFilm Instax Mini 50S is a stylish and useful instant camera choice for photography enthusiasts. It’s great for all skill-levels.

Whether you know all about instant cameras, or you are just starting out, this camera is a great option. It has a high-performance flash that calculates the brightness, and adjusts the shutter speed automatically.

It features a great lens perfect for selfies or macro shots. The Self-timer mode lets you capture two photos with a single press, and is perfect for those looking to get creative.

Decided on which FujiFilm Instax to buy? Browse our huge range of cameras and accessories now in the Camera House online store, or visit us in-store for more advice.

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