I am looking at Instax with interest, the film seems to be very nice technically and the wide is probably capable of better results than the old Polaroids. However.... Now that Leica came out with a Instax.camera, I was eager to know more about it, but to my dismay, there was no focusing-option and the lens was made from..........wtf...plastic?? After checking, I cannot find any Instax-cameras that offer the most basic thing: - Focusing - Ability to set the shutter-speed. - Actual glass lens. What kind of waste is this? Are there any cameras at all, capable of shooting Instax-film, that has a lens made from glass (duh) and some focusing abilities? Anything on the horizon? I find it saddening that the ability of Instax-film is wasted on poor resolution lenses and pre-set focus, crap-cameras.