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    I see a fair amount of Instax around here as well. Strangely, it tends to be found with the digital cameras, whereas traditional film is in the photofinishing department.
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    Yep, Instax film is fairly plentiful here in Ontario!

    I have decided to back this project, and put enough money to get my own Black edition of the camera, and in addition to that I was contacted by Lomography (they've done an article on my work before) to even test the camera!

    Looking forward to this!!
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    I see the INSTAX Neo 90 everywhere. It appears that this camera is a huge hit as well for Fujifilm. I'm tempted to pick up one of these.

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    I also backed for a black one. I've been having fun with an Instax mini 50S but really looking forward to having manual controls.

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    You never go short on the instax mini films. That's reassuring

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    Not to coast too off topic but...I would be a bit more excited if Instax film required a negative, like the peel apart films or Impossible films, so that they supported more film manufacturing...afaik, Instax is purely a chemical process.
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    It employs a negative.

    As other integral colour instant films do so.

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    Okay, so I finally had the chance to take it out for a spin, and what do you know, I love this camera! Still working out some of the nuances, especially the various modes, and how it shoots under different conditions. I can see myself carrying this around more.







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    I got the limited Edition, even if I changed my pledge to a San Remo version. But no problem, same camera, different colour scheme. It is fun to use, but the results are not onpar with the Fuji Mini 50 (my children have one each). The lens is typical toy camera, and vignettes considerably. Also very un-sharp off centre, and has considerable pin cushion distortion. But I rather like it none the less. Manual controls (f8 to f32). 1/60s or bulb. Flash or no flash. Multiple exposures, no problem. Tripod mount (portrait orientation). Threaded release cable socket. Close focusing down to under 0.4m. And of course additional lens adapters to be had. Kit came with close focus lens and gels for flash, quick guide, and a set of example shots with exposure tips. All in all a nice package.

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