FujiFilm introduces three new instant film cameras, the commercial grade Instax 210 and the Instax Mini 25 and the Instax Mini 7S for consumers.
The Instax 210 uses film’s Instax Wide Instant Color Film and features a ed electronic shutter, two range selectable shooting options, and an LCD control panel displaying focal distance and film count. It has a rounded shape and an easy-to-hold side grip.
The Instax Mini 25 features an LCD film count, shooting mode display, uilt-in automatic electronic flash, a detachable close-up shooting lens and three exposure modes. The Mini 7s offers four shooting modes. Both Instax Mini models use FujiFilm Instax Mini Instant Film.
The Instax 210 is available for $91.11 and the Mini 7S for $77.9.