Fujifilm introduces selfie-friendly INSTAX Mini 70 instant camera
Fujifilm has added to its instant camera lineup, introducing the INSTAX Mini 70. The Mini 70 features a sleek re-design, a mirror on the front panel for selfie-framing, and automatic exposure with flash for better balanced low-light photos. The camera accepts Fujifilm's 2x3" INSTAX Mini Film. Available in November, it will sell for $139.95.
FUJIFILM ANNOUNCES NEW INSTAX MINI 70 DESIGNED FOR EASY SELFIES, LOW LIGHT SHOOTING AND INSTANT FUN
Mini 70 delivers automatic exposure control for amazing photos everywhere you go
Valhalla, N.Y., September 30, 2015 – FUJIFILM North America Corporation is excited to announce the new INSTAX Mini 70 that features an updated and sleek design, a special selfie mode and a high-performance flash that automatically calculates surrounding brightness and adjusts shutter speeds accordingly for amazing photos in an instant. After an incredible response from customers, Fujifilm is expanding the INSTAX line to give users even more options for taking instant pictures that can be shared quickly in-person and online with #myinstax.
The easy and fun INSTAX Mini 70 offers exciting features and enhancements, including: an improved viewfinder for enhanced subject viewing; automatic exposure and flash functions for sharp pictures, a high-key mode that enables users to take brighter photos, and a smart selfie mode that automatically adjusts settings for perfect selfies using the front-facing selfie mirror. The Mini 70 also has a tripod mount for amazing up-close shots and clear landscape photos. With the Mini 70, users can count on beautiful, sharp images that are truly one-of-a-kind to instantly share with family and friends.
INSTAX Mini 70 photos can be passed around, viewed and shared right away anywhere, anytime. There are many ways and occasions to have fun with the INSTAX Mini 70, such as at weddings, parties, travel spots and everyday scenes and selfies. Capture all of the fun and then share pictures immediately with family and friends. You can also use the photos for creative and decorating projects around the house or in a college dorm room.
INSTAX Mini Film
The INSTAX Mini film features instant color pictures that are ISO 800 that produce sharp clear reproduction for vivid color, natural skin tones and super fine grain instant pictures. INSTAX Mini Film is credit-card sized 2”x3”, with an image area of 1.8” x 2.4”. The film has a blank strip at the bottom so that you can write a message under the photo.
Availability and Pricing
The new INSTAX Mini 70 will be available in November 2015 in the U.S. in Canary Yellow, Moon White and Island Blue for USD $139.95. INSTAX Mini Instant film is sold separately for USD $19.95 for a double pack with 20 exposures.
The INSTAX Mini 70 will be available in November 2015 in Canada in Canary Yellow, Moon White and Island Blue with one 10 pack of Instax Mini film for CAD $169.99.
For complete specifications, go to: http://www.fujifilmusa.com/products/instax/cameras/
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