This is my second real camera if you will to review and having used the Instax mini Li Play it is nice to actually hold a camera and capture an image with a proper camera and I say that as I always use my smartphone and never owned a real standalone camera however this is different to some degree. First check out the unboxing then we will take a look later at a video review.. If you want to check out a similar camera the Mini Li-Play is a good example
Simplicity is what it is all about here with nostalgia being the theme given its boxy look most people will not mind its cumbersome shape and size. The camera is nothing like modern cameras of today and ones you would need a degree in just to take an image as most people just want to point and shoot and job done,even now with smartphones we see post processing software to modify or edit images which for me is false,depending on the subject of course all of that is cut out here with a simple click and go with minor changes on offer via the app on this model.
I only had the Black and White film to test this camera on which is a pity but if you are into those type of images you will not be disappointed with the turnout of the images and you can see side by side the phones image vs the camera image which will be ejected from you camera just like the old days and this is whom this camera is for and even people today who remember the time these were a thing which I do or even the youth of today would like the idea and it is a nice camera to have even if you are collector of sorts which many will appreciate and they not expensive either,check out the video review and app walk through below for more.
- Measures approx. 15 cm x 11 cm x 10 cm
- Weighs approx. 493 grams (without film)
- Material: ABS plastic and polycarbonate
- Tripod mount
- External viewfinder
- Lens: fixed focus
- Lens material: polycarbonate
- Standard focal length: 103 mm
- Portrait focal length: 89 mm
- Battery: 1100mAh lithium-ion
- Charges via USB (cable included)