It really is the cutest camera ever and I got it in a festive box that contained so many other things that make the camera even more exciting to use. I also happened to attend their event happened at Junglee Billi in G.K. M Block Market, New Delhi. I was introduced to countless ways and ideas to use the cam through an amazing presentation and quiz put together by their team. AND I WAS #INSTAXICATED!
Putting a few pictures of me trying out the cam's features for you guys to see! Here you go:
These cams come in five different colors!
Simple operation for instant pictures
Press the button beside the lens to turn power on.
Adjust the dial to the lit position.
Shoot and obtain pictures instantly.
Brightness adjustment dial
instax mini 8 automatically determines the best brightness for taking a picture, and informs you of the suitable setting by lighting the corresponding lamp. Turn the brightness adjustment dial to the position (mark) of the lit lamp.
You can take a high-key photo easily.
Setting the brightness adjustment dial to the high-key mode mark allows you to take pictures with a softer impression.
Using the camera was no rocket science! Just follow the instructions given above and in the booklet with it and you're good to click. The pictures come out instantly and have a very retro effect to it.
I am thinking of filling a wall with my pictures clipped and hung with a thread (or something).
There's no limit to how much you can create with these!!!!!
What I liked the most:
The shape, size and colors.
What's the best part about using it:
No extra effort required for editing, the natural effect makes the instant pictures come out beautiful.
Which is the next best camera in terms of appearance:
The Hello Kitty one! Picture #5 from the top.
How long does each photo last:
The brand claims, 40 YEARS! But, I havnt checked cos I'm like 24! Haha!
How does it run?
You need 2 battery cells for it. It comes with a few batteries, ready for you to use.
My Rating : 5/5
Buy the cuteness at: www.fujifilm.com
Follow me at: Instagram/NikitaUpadhyay
Last to last week, I got my hands on the supa-cute Instax Mini 8 by Fujifilm.