Fuji introduced its new Mini LiPlay Instax camera this week. The new LiPlay camera uses the popular Instax Mini credit card sized film but turns to a digital sensor, which reduces some of the bulk compared to analog Instax Mini cameras. [Read more…]
Fuji just announced the Instax SQ6 as the first analog version camera for its square format film. The Instax Mini series are great little cameras but when I got a chance to us the square format in the Fuji Instax SQ10, I knew I couldn’t go back to the Mini format. However, I still wanted a simple fully analog version for the square film. Now, we’ve got it. [Read more…]
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The Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 is the follow-up to the incredibly popular Instax Mini 8. The overall size, shape and look of the Mini 9 closely resemble the Mini 8; however, there are a couple additional features that make the Mini 9 a more user-friendly camera than the Mini 8 out of the box. [Read more…]
Fuji’s Instax series has been incredibly popular since it was brought back to life in the US back in 2010. Just recently, Fujifilm updated the Mini 8 by launching the Mini 9 – both of which feature the popular credit card-sized prints. Fuji previously teased us with the tidbit that it was going to give us a square format in the Instax line and now it’s here – the Instax Square SQ10. [Read more…]
Fuji’s new Instax mini Monochrome file is now shipping from Amazon. It’s the same Instax mini format that we’ve grown to love for the Instax Mini 8 and Mini 70, among others. As with other Instax mini film, it’s not exactly cheap. You get 10 exposures for around $15. But, hey, now we’ve got some black and white action for our instant cameras again.
I’m not sure if the going rate will remain at $15; however, you can still pre-order the film from B&H (not shipping just yet) for $9.99.