The Fuji Instax Share SP-1 instant film printer debuted at CES 2014 and is a battery-powered printer that uses the same Instax Mini instant film we have come to know from the popular Fuji Instax line of instant cameras in 2″ x 3″ format. [Read more...]
B&H has the new Fuji Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic instant film camera in stock with free US shipping. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
The Fuji Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic surfaced from Fujifilm Japan a month or so ago. The Mini 90 continues a very popular line of instant film cameras from Fuji using Instax Mini film; however, the Mini 90 separates itself with the retro-styling that has won over crowds in Fuji’s X-Series digital cameras. [Read more...]
Taking a cue from its popular X-Series cameras, Fujifilm has announced the new Instax Mini 90 Neoclassic instant film camera.
Fuji’s Instax line has remained popular in the digital age with cameras like the Instax Mini 7S and Instax Mini 25 being some very popular cameras among Photography Bay readers. The tiny credit-card sized photos remain a hit for the sake of their instant gratification and analog nostalgia. [Read more...]
The Fuji Instax Mini 8 is the next instant film camera in the Instax family due out early 2013.
The Instax Mini 8 uses the same credit card sized photos as found in other Instax Mini models, like the Mini 7S and Mini 25. The Instax Mini 8 will be available in five different colors: pink, blue, yellow, white and black.
Expect to see more on this analog camera at CES 2013.
With the continual decline of film’s popularity, it’s great to see Fuji keeping the instant film train rolling. The Fuji Instax cameras certainly have their niche (they’re one of the most searched for products on Photography Bay), and the new Instax Mini 50S should be a hot item this holiday shopping season. [Read more...]
Polaroid instant cameras are finally back in town. The new Polaroid PIC-300 is the first instant camera to be introduced since the old Polaroid died and was born anew (recall, however, that we were teased with the Polaroid PIC-1000 mockups back at CES 2010). The Polaroid PIC-300 is a consumer-oriented camera that uses the aptly-named Polaroid 300 Instant Film. However, all this comes at a price.
While the camera will only set you back about $90, the film will suck you dry at $10 for a 10-pack. That’s $1 per exposure folks.
Ah, yes, now I recall why Polaroid died.
The Polaroid 300 format is also smaller than the traditional Polaroid sizes from back in the day. Instead, you get Fuji Instax Mini sizes – about the same size print as a business card.
No doubt that there’s a fun factor to the new Polaroid PIC-300; however, you’ll have to be committed to your nostalgic ideals to jump on this bandwagon. The Polaroid PIC-300 gives new meaning to the expression “make every frame count.”
Updated: It’s also available from Amazon.com here.
Full details on the rebirth of Polaroid instant cameras in the press release below. [Read more...]