Instant photography comes to Fujifilm with their Instanx Mini 7S which weighs only 11 ounces, features a built in flash and instantly prints out credit-card sized photos. Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn show how this snap and share camera could be the perfect holiday gift for only $80.
What You Need To Know
The camera measures around 5" high and 3" thick.
It feels very bulky for a camera that you're supposed to carry around.
It's hard to carry this around in your pocket or purse and feels/looks more like a kid's toy camera.
It weighs less than a pound.
There aren't any special features.
The film is very easy to load: line up the yellow markings and you're ready to go.
Turn the camera on by pulling the lens out.
There are only four picture settings, which is 4 more settings than a classic Polaroid but nowadays, it's nice to have more.
Photos come out instantly and are roughly the size of a credit card.
Indoor pictures came out fine while outdoor photos in bright light were completely washed out.
The only good outdoor shots were on a cloudy day or in the shade.
The viewfinder isn't the best when trying to take up close photos.
The distance between you and you subject has to be within 20" to 4". After that, you start losing the rest of your image to darkness.
Don't Buy. The size of the camera, pictures and photo quality aren't worth it. If you a tried and true instant camera, go with a Polaroid. (How do we rate gadgets?)