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    Another new camera for Instax mini film

    Hello,

    just for your information:

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...instant-camera

    Best regards,
    Henning

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    But for Instax wide - nothing. Only ugly standard cameras . This I don't understand - so many cameras for mini, and for wide that is a great film size - almost nothing.

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    I want more options for the Wide format too

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    Agreed! If this had been for Instax wide or even Impossible Film I would've jumped on it.

    But still an instax camera with a decent level of control, go Lomography!
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    But for the Inpossible films there is the SX-70 camera.
    Unless one needs multi exposure.

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    I've read on various other forums that mini film far outsells wide and that the smaller cameras are apparently very popular with the younger set. I also might have considered something like this for wide film. Since I found a Polaroid 250 in my father-in-laws closet I've been using 100C and 3000B. The camera had been sitting in there for 31 years and works beautifully after I made the battery mod. I am so sorry they discontinued the 1000B, I really enjoy that film.

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    I can't believe the support! They raised two to three times their goal in the first day! It's day two and they've raised four times their goal now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by horacekenneth View Post
    I can't believe the support! They raised two to three times their goal in the first day! It's day two and they've raised four times their goal now.
    Yes! And already all those features exists (bulb, multiple exposure, fisheye...) if you use Diana F with instax mini back.

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    They are well above 500k now. I'd love to hate on Lomography and Instax Mini but I can find Mini film locally quite easily. Their ability to raise so much $$$ speaks to what hype can do for the instant film market.

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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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