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Fujifilm Instax Wide 100 / 200 Instant Camera Review


As much as I admire the efforts of the people over at The Impossible Project who are striving to recreate Polaroid Instant Film, lets not forget the one company still making Instant Film Cameras and the film they need - Fujifilm.


The latest version of the Instax Wide Format - the 210 - is readily available new, and the older versions that you can see in my video, the 100 and 200 are fully compatible and very cheap second-hand.


I've also used the Instax Mini, a smaller, credit card sized format, but I've got to say that I prefer the larger Instax Wide Photographs. The camera's are definitely on the bulky size, but I guess that's half the fun. When you show someone an Instax Wide camera for the first time they're always a bit shocked at this big blue lump of plastic that's pointed at them.


You all know that I like shooting film, and I think everyone should have a go with a real instant camera. You're not going to got mind-blowingly sharp shots, but you will have photographs that are full of beautiful colours and fantastic memories.


The Fuji Instax Wide Camera System - Recommended!


Cheers, Rob.

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