Fujifilm Is Releasing a More Compact Instax Camera Very Soon
It'll be available in five cute colors!
(SPOT.ph) We recently rounded up some cool portable photo printers that let you turn your digital snapshots into pocket-sized keepsakes that you can tack on your wall or leave in your wallet. There's just something about having your memories on print that digital pics can't quite capture. If you're looking to cop a device to help turn your fave photos into handheld mementos, we have some exciting news: Fujifilm is set to release their newest instant film camera, the Instax Mini 11!
Here's what we know about the Instax Mini 11 so far: it has the same 60mm lens as its predecessor, the Instax Mini 9, with printed images that measure 2.4 x 1.8 inches—so if you've got old Instax photos, don't worry because they'll all still line up symmetrically on your wall even if you cop the latest model. The Mini 11 comes with a new auto exposure feature that adjusts to the light wherever you are whether day or night and promises clearer photos.
Here's a peek at how your photos will appear with the new camera:
The Instax Mini 11 also has a cool new selfie mode, which you can activate by extending the translucent ring on the lens. It's designed to make taking pictures from the front easier whereas previous models of the Instax series required a snap-on accessory to optimize the lens for self portraits taken at arm's length. As with the previous iteration, the Mini 11 has a small mirror next to the lens to help frame your shot from in front of the lens. Plus, the extended lens can also be used to take macro-style, close-up photos. Looks-wise, the new Instax looks fairly similar to the Mini 9, but with a slimmer, more compact construction and a rounder, more modern shape. And did we mention it comes in five cute colors?
We know you're dying to see it, so check it out:
We're still waiting for Fujifilm to release the Instax Mini 11 in stores locally, but we'll keep you posted till then. The previous model, the Instax Mini 9, was priced at P3,999, so we're hoping the latest camera falls within the same budget range.
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