Known as the Japanese Polaroids, the Instax line is Fuji's collection of instant photography cameras and films. With its super-wide format and retro-bright color finish, the Fuji Instax Wide 210 produces snapshots that pack a lot of punch in an instant!
Sometimes you just need a bit more room for group shots and scenes that demand extra attention to squeeze in all the details. The wonderful Fuji Instax 210 Wide camera helps you achieve ultra-wide, super-sharp snapshots with its incredible Fujinon lens and even comes with a close-up attachment with a mirror for self-portraits! It’s a compact instant film camera that you’ll want to take everywhere and is perfect for living in the moment with its high-quality prints that develop right before your eyes. Never miss a thing with the Fuji Instax Wide 210!
Lens: Fujinon 95mm with fixed f/14 aperture (comes with detachable close-up lens for macro shots)
Focus: 0.9 – 3m or 3m – Infinity or
Shutter Speed: programmed electronic shutter at 1/64 – 1/200 sec.
Frame Size: 99 × 62mm
Print Size: 108 × 86mm
Built-in flash, motorized film advance, exposure compensation controls
I've always wanted to have an instant camera, but what put me off were the expensive price of the film and the transience of the photos. But then I wasn't able to fight it any longer and bought myself an Instax Wide 210 set. Now, here is a review of the Fuji Instax Wide film.
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