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Instax Mini 8 Camera with 10 Shots - Yellow
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- Produce instant credit card photos
- Brightness adjustment dial
- Built-in flash
- Instax Mini Film, print size (W x H) 54 x 86 mm, image size (W x H) 46 x 62 mm
- Power supply LR6/AA - size 1.5 V alkaline batteries x 2
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|Sold By||DIGITAL DIST LTD||Amazon.co.uk||IGLM ELECTRONIC||Amazon.co.uk|
|Film Format Type||—||instax mini film||Fujifilm Instax Mini film||Fujifilm Instax Mini film|
|Item Dimensions||—||11.6 x 6.82 x 11.8 cm||11.6 x 11.8 x 68.2 cm||—|
|Item Weight||5 grams||389 grams||307 grams||281 grams|
|How is the Lithium Battery packaged?||Batteries packed with equipment||—||Batteries packed with equipment||Batteries packed with equipment|
|Special Feature||—||—||Manual Exposure Control and Constant Firing flash||Automatic exposure control and versatile shooting modes|
Colour Name: Yellow | Style Name: Camera with 10 shots
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Shoot fun and action packed pictures and enjoy instant printed results. With a high-quality Fujinon lens in combination with the Instax Mini Film, high quality images are just an instant away. The Instax Mini 8 has a compact body design and comes complete with 10 shots. Accurate images are printed instantly using the integrated film. Takes bold and vibrant pictures, even in low lighting. Simply point the camera, press the shutter release and your credit-card sized photo will be quickly printed.
- 1 x Instax mini 8 camera
- 1 x Hand strap
- 2 x AA batteries
- 1 x 10 Shots mini instax film
- 1 x User guide
From the manufacturer
|instax mini 8 camera||instax mini 70 camera||instax mini 90 camera||instax 300 Wide camera|
|Image and Film Type||Mini Film||Mini Film||Mini Film||Wide Film|
|Print Size||54 x 85mm||54 x 85mm||54 x 85mm||108 x 85mm|
|Image Size||46 x 62mm||46 x 62mm||46 x 62mm||99 x 62mm|
|Power Supply||2 x AA 1.5v||2 x CR2||Rechargeable NP-45 Digital Battery||4 x AA 1.5v|
|Fill in Flash||No||Yes||Yes||No|
|LCD Menu screen||No||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Double Exposure Mode||No||No||Yes||No|
|Bulb Exposure Mode||No||No||Yes||No|
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There is a bit of a learning curve in getting perfect photos which I learnt the hard way. The shots are pretty expensive at 70p per picture so I will tell you what I have learnt.
- The pictures may come out black in low light conditions outdoors especially for landscape photos (my picture of the Notre Dam in the night is just black even though the Notre Dam has lots of lights)
- There are 5 lighting settings; indoors, cloudy, sunny, extra sunny and hi-key. The camera has a little led light which tells you what you should use, but this is not always right. Sometimes outdoors it will tell you to use the sunny mode when it is actually cloudy. But if you do that then you will end up with black silhouettes. Trust your own judgement of how bright it is sometimes the photos look better over exposed. I would often use a brighter setting than the camera says.
- Get a close up lens! These are really cheap on Ebay and I'm not sure if you can tell but the photo of my minions came out a little blurry in the centre because I didn't use one and the camera lens was so close.
- I put coloured stickers on the back of my photos to note what setting I used, it helps me remember what setting works in what lighting.
- Lastly the viewfinder and lens don't line up so if it bothers you, you may have to adjust the camera angle to rectify this. But your photos don't come out largely off centre so I don't bother.
Some of the mini photos were scanned in, so you can imagine how detailed the photos are when they are credit card sized.
I hope you find this helpful.
- Edit -
The one of Arc De Triomphe I actually forgot to change the setting from indoors. I took another photo after with the right setting.
The camera was bought for my wife, I'm that impressed with it I'm looking at purchasing the Fujifilm Wide version for myself.
Would definitely recommend based upon our use over the past fortnight.
Photos continue to develop for longer than expected, so don't judge the photo too quickly.
Gives the retro feel to modern photos - really nice gift idea.
Refill cartridges are on the expensive side and do take up a bit of room if you want to bring a few packs with you.
Easy to work, cute design, lightweight, just a bit clunky and hard to fit (not as easy to carry as your conventional camera, but that's the price we pay for trying to be hipsters) - only issue is that it's expensive to buy films for it, but that's polaroids for ya!
Oh - and the purple's real cute.