The Fuji INSTAX line continues to be a popular line of film cameras and now, Fuji has added the INSTAX Wide 300 model to the line as a more serious and pro-oriented instant film camera.
The INSTAX Wide 300 uses an optical viewfinder for easier image composing, a lens ring dial with a two-range focus zone setting, and a tripod socket for enhanced shooting capabilities. It also has a built-in flash that adjusts light levels depending on the subject distance. The camera also includes a close-up lens adapter for macro shots as close as 15.5″ from subject, as well as a tripod socket.
The INSTAX Wide film is twice the size of INSTAX Mini film. The INSTAX 210 uses the same type of film and is currently available.
The INSTAX Wide 300 is slated to ship in spring 2015 for $129.99. INSTAX Wide film will be available in a twin pack of 20 prints at a retail price of $31.99, although it is currently available for around $16.