Two New Cameras From FujiFilm
- New point-and-shoot cameras from FujiFilm
- Come with Fujinon optics
- Has four selectable shooting modes
Two new cameras from FujiFilm are point-and-shoot cameras – the Instax Mini 7S and Instax 210, which are designed for people who want high-quality prints but at a reasonable price, according to FujiFilm.
The FujiFilm Instax Mini 7S provides high quality prints at the touch of a button. It is equipped with Fujinon optics and four selectable shooting modes.
Complete with silken white finish and cute design, the Instax Mini 7S is a sleek looking camera that produces fine-grain credit card sized instant prints using Fujifilm Instax Mini Instant film.
Instax instant colour films are ISO800 films that produce clear reproduction for vivid colour, natural skin tones and super fine grain instant prints, claims Fujifilm.
Instax Mini Instant Colour film produces a credit card size white bordered print measuring 8.6cm x 5.4cm with an actual image size of 6.2cm x 4.6cm.
The Instax 210 is a commercial grade instant camera that uses Fujifilm Instax Wide Instant Colour Film to produce vivid colour images in a wide picture format.
With its automatic adjusting flash, high resolution retracting lens, close-up lens adapter and large, clear viewfinder, the FUJIFILM Instax 210 captures shots in an instant.
Its Fujinon lens incorporates a programmed electronic shutter, two range selectable shooting options and an LCD control panel displaying focal distance and film count on the Instax 210.
The FUJIFILM Instax 210 instant camera is available in sleek black and sports a rounded shape with an easy to hold side grip, plus a finger controllable composite control panel.
Instax Wide Instant Film produces a white bordered print measuring 6.2cm x 9.9cm with an actual image size of 8.6cm x 10.8cm.
Instax Mini 7S 163.90
Instax 210 $176