A while back, we reported on Fujifilm announced the Instax Mini 90 camera–which is supposed to be targeted at a higher tier of shooters than the regular Instax cameras. Now, they’re announcing it in North America. It adheres to Fujifilm’s infatuation with retro aesthetics. But it also sports some new features such as a double exposure mode and a bulb mode. The lens is a 60mm f12 and they also state that it has a programmable electronic shutter that can shoot at up to 1/400th.
The new INSTAX Mini 90 Neo Classic will be available nationally in early 2014 with an MSRP of $199.99. INSTAX Mini Film is available now with an MSRP of $19.99. The price is below what we initially were told it would be; but that is still quite pricey for a film camera these days.
Specs are after the jump.
INSTAX Mini 90 key features list:
• Stylish and premium body design
• Automatically detects the brightness of the surrounding and adjusts the amount of flash and shutter speed to optimize photo quality
• A variety of shooting functions:
• Uses INSTAX Mini Instant Film
o Double exposure mode – 2 images are produced on 1 film sheet by pressing the shutter twice
o Bulb mode – the shutter remains open while the shutter button is depressed (10 seconds maximum) and a light trail can be photographed
o Macro mode – short-distance photography as close as 30-60cm
o Kids mode – suitable for photographing kids, pets and other fast moving subjects due to a fast shutter speed
o Party mode – the subject and background can be photographed brightly and clearly
o ISO 800 film speed
o Sharp, clear reproduction
o Vivid color and natural skin tones
o Film size: 2″ x 3″ image area: 1.8″ x 2.4″
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