Friday, 12 April 2013

Fujifilm Instax Mini 7S Instant Film Camera Brings Back the Old Times

In a world dominated by megapixels, sensors, lens and gigabytes, the folks from Fujifilm would like to bring back the old times when you had to frame the subject, push the button and then develop the film for the images. The latest Fuji Instax Mini 7S camera comes with a high end Fujinon lens that helps with producing high quality, sharp, credit card-sized instant prints by using the Instax Mini Instant Color Film.

Introduced to meet the needs of niche markets (yeah, it looks like there are others looking to shoot on film), the Instax Mini 7S comes with an automatic built-in flash for low-light shooting, a 1/60-second electronic shutter and a LED exposure indicator to see how many frames you have left. As for the film, Instax Mini Instant Color Film has an ISO 800 light sensitivity.

Making for a perfect gift to the on-the-go photographer or photo enthusiast, the Instax Mini 7S is already available at retail locations in the US in chic white sateen with a $96 price attached. As for a 10-pack of Instax Mini instant color film, it goes for $20.
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