I have the Instax 210 that takes the 16:9 aspect ratio wide film. Yes, the camera looks clunky, but it works. And you can turn off the flash using the side control panel flash arrow button. It also comes with the close up lens attachment that has a plastic protrusion that you sight through from the viewfinder to compensate for close up parallax error. Considering what the camera costs, it does fine, though in build quality it's no SX-70; but in today's dollars a newly built SX-70 would be very expensive. I do wish there was B/W film available. Thanks for starting this thread.

-Joe