The Fujifilm Instax Mini 7s is a small, simple, alien looking camera that also carries a sense of fun hipster-like appeal to it. This is perhaps the most non-traditional camera I’ve ever reviewed, but I can honestly tell you that I’ve never had this much fun reviewing a camera, ever. As a guy that tests cameras out for serious use, this was a great and welcome change of pace.
We’re currently nearing the end of a review of the Fujifilm Instax MINI 7sand so we thought we’d share a couple of that old-school film goodness with you. Here are some of the images scanned in at an 800 DPI Tiff and then broken up in Photoshop and resized for the web. As a quick preview, this is an instant film camera and in the long run it will be much more affordable than color Polaroid film. The Impossible Project currently is responsible for creating the new batches, and it isn’t cheap. But if you’re going to be part of the recent trend of going back to film, you’ll probably want to give this little camera a try. Each pack of instant film contains around 10 shots and can be purchased at Amazonor B&H as well as in a packagefor you to enjoy. To be honest, I’ve never had this much fun reviewing a product, ever. Hit the jump for each image all split up.