The Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic is Fujifilm’s latest foray into the instant film camera market. Fujifilm’s previous Instax cameras have been very popular; however, none have had a classic design like the new Instax Mini 90 – it looks very nice in person.
The Mini 90 still has the tiny viewfinder that we’re used with with other Instax Mini cameras, but does have a few more controls. The ring around the lens barrel allows you to change camera modes, or you can use the mode button on the back of the camera.
The Instax Mini 90 uses the same 2×3″ film that other Instax Mini cameras use.
The camera has a retractable 60mm lens that is capable of close focus at 11.8″ when using Macro mode.
The camera also has a 1/4-20 tripod socket on the bottom to accommodate the bulb exposure mode, which allows long exposures up to 10 seconds.
The biggest highlight of the Fuji Instax Mini 90 is, of course, the styling. The other features are nice, but these mini instant film cameras are typically seen as more of a party camera. I’m not sure the styling and other features are enough to justify the $200 asking price when lower-end Instax Mini cameras can be had for under $70.
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