Fuji Intros Large Format INSTAX Wide 300 and Mini and Classic INSTAX Cameras In New Colors

Fujifilm just announced the latest additions to their popular INSTAX line of instant film cameras. Debuting today are the new INSTAX Wide 300; two new color versions of the INSTAX Mini 8 (raspberry and grape); and the INSTAX Mini 90 Neo Classic model in a stylish shade of brown.

Featuring a contemporary design and easier handling, the INSTAX Wide 300 uses large format INSTAX instant film (picture size: 62mmx99mm). The INSTAX WIDE 300 features a real image optical viewfinder (0.37x with target spot) for easier image composition, a lens ring dial with a two-range focus zone setting, automatic exposure control, an LCD exposure counter and a tripod socket for enhanced shooting capabilities.

The INSTAX Wide 300 has a built-in electronic flash that automatically adjusts the light levels (depending on the distance to the subject), a close-up lens adapter for macro shooting (as close as 15.5” from the subject) as well as Fill Flash and Lighten-Darken controls to add high and low-key effects to your images. It uses 4 AA alkaline batteries and measures 188mmx96mmx121mm and weighs just 612 grams. The retail price for the INSTAX Wide 300 is $129.99 and INSTAX film is available in a twin pack of 20 prints for $31.99.

The INSTAX Mini 8 instant film camera will be available in two new colors—raspberry and grape—in addition to pink, blue, yellow, white and black. The fun and easy to use INSTAX Mini 8 offers users a range of features including an improved viewfinder, an automatic exposure measurement for aperture settings and a High-Key mode for brighter photos. It is ideal for parties, weddings, creative projects and selfies. The INSTAX Mini 8 in the new colors will be available in the spring of 2015 for $99.99; the INSTAX Mini film is available in a twin pack of 20 prints for $19.99.

The INSTAX Mini 90 Neo Classic will soon be available in a sophisticated brown and silver finish. It combines a premium build quality with a retro design and offers a full range of functions including a variety of shooting modes, such as Double Exposure and Macro. The new color will be available in the spring of 2015 for $199.99.

More info on FUJIFILM here.

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Read my detailed comparison of the new Instax 300 vs. the Instax 500AF, a far superior camera ...



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