Fujifilm’s offered you the newest Analog instant camera to give you a real point and shoot experience. The Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 will be available in mid-March for just $70 will automatically adjust the shutter speed and flash output according to ambient lighting conditions.
Previous models like their ancestor, the Mini 9, allowed you to adjust an exposure dial manually. Having the camera alone make the change can mean fewer wasted shots. It would not only mean potentially better pictures, but it could save you a little bit of money at 60 to 70 cents, too.
Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 also has a new selfie mode while Past models required you to attach a snap-on lens that allows you to take arm-length self-portraits. Now, to extend it for selfies, you can pull on the translucent ring at the front of the lens. Besides the lens, there’s even a small mirror to help frame your shot from the front of the lens. Plus, you can also use the selfie mode to take close-up pictures of other subjects.
The Instax Mini 11 uses the same instant film cartridges as other Instax Mini cameras, creating 3.4 by 2.1 “(86 by 54 millimetres) prints, although the actual image size is 2.4 by 1.8” (62 by 46 mm). The Mini 11 is also relatively compact, with a rounder, softer look than the Mini 9. Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 also allows you to customize the shutter release with body colour matching glow-in-the-dark or gem-cut button cover. It will come in grey, blue, pink, purple and white colours.
While a large share of the market for the digital camera has been lost due to the prevalence of excellent cameras, the market for an instant film camera is still popular. According to Fujifilm, more than 40 million Instax models have been sold worldwide since the launch of the series in 1998.