Nearly three years have passed since Fujifilm announced the Instax Mini 9 camera. Yesterday we met its successor, the Instax Mini 11, which looks a lot like its predecessor on the outside but introduces a couple of important upgrades to the exposure settings and lens. Let’s discover all the main differences between these two instant cameras now!…
Fujifilm Instax Mini LiPlay vs Square SQ20 – The 10 Main Differences
Building on the incredible success of the Instax series, Fujifilm has released two new instant cameras within the past year, each with a different film format.
The Square SQ20 is the successor to the original SQ10, whereas the Mini LiPlay is a brand new product that combines images and sound into one package.
Because they are priced so similarly, we decided to put together this comparison to help you figure out which camera is best for your needs. Let’s begin!…
Fujifilm Instax SQ10 vs SQ20 – The 10 Main Differences
With most instant film cameras, taking a shot is a gamble – after roughly gauging your composition and exposure, you press the shutter button and hope for the best. As you can imagine, this approach can result in a lot of wasted film, especially if you aren’t very experienced!
This is why the Instax SQUARE SQ10 was such a breath of fresh air. It was the very first instant camera equipped with both a digital sensor and printer, making it possible to take pictures and preview them on the rear screen before printing them.
Fujifilm Instax Square SQ6 vs. Mini 90 Neo Classic – The 10 Main Differences
When most people think of Instax cameras, the first models that usually come to mind are the extremely popular Mini 8 and its successor, the Mini 9. But they are far from the only Instax cameras on the market today.
Two models with more advanced settings than the Mini 8 and 9 are the Instax Square SQ6 and the Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic. The former is a brand new instant camera that uses the Instax Square film format while the latter is the premium model in the Mini range.
Fujifilm Instax Square SQ6 vs SQ10 – The 10 Main Differences
Fujifilm has released a number of Instax cameras to date but so far there are just two with the SQ prefix: the SQ6 and SQ10.
The SQ6 is a fully analog film camera whereas the SQ10 is an instant “hybrid” in that creates prints from digital images.
Despite belonging to the same family, there are actually a lot of differences between these two cameras as we’ll find out in this article. In fact, the only thing they really have in common is that they both print images in square film format!
Instax Mini 7s vs Mini 9 (and 8) – The Main Differences
The Instax Mini 9 may have been released nearly a decade after the Mini 7s but many people are still curious to know what the differences are between them.
In a way, the question makes perfect sense since many of their specifications, from the 60mm lens and aperture range to the basic brightness settings and the design, are almost identical.
Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 vs 90: The 10 Main Differences
The Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 and 90 are two popular instant film cameras that sit at opposite ends of the spectrum – at least as far as their respective target audiences are concerned. Although both use the same Instax Mini film, the Mini 9 is classified as a point-and-shoot model for entry-level users whereas the Mini 90 targets more advanced photographers who want additional control over their imagery.
Fujifilm Instax Mini 70 vs 90 Neo Classic: The 10 Main Differences
Of all the Instax Mini cameras, the entry-level Mini 8 and 9 are by far the most popular amongst the masses. However those looking for some more advanced features from their instant camera may prefer to set their sights on two models that sit a step above: the Mini 70 and Mini 90 Neo Classic.
Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 and 70 – The 8 Main Differences
Two of the most well-loved models within Fujifilm’s range of instant cameras are the Instax Mini 9 and the Mini 70. The former is the official successor to the Instax Mini 8, the most popular consumer-oriented instant camera on the market, whereas the latter is a slightly more advanced model with a more refined design and extra controls.
I’ve been using both cameras over the past few months, and felt it was high time to share my thoughts on how they compare. Let’s get started!
Polaroid OneStep 2 vs. Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 – The 5 Main Differences
On Polaroid’s 80th anniversary, the Impossible Project – now rebranded as Polaroid Originals – announced its very first camera under the Polaroid name: the OneStep 2. It is a simple point-and-shoot analog camera that bears a strong physical resemblance to its spiritual processor from 1977, the OneStep, albeit with a few modern comforts such as USB charging and a self-timer.
Polaroid Originals isn’t the only manufacturer of modern instant film cameras however. In fact, one of the best-selling instant models, the Instax Mini 9, is produced by none other than Fujifilm. Like its equally popular predecessor, the Mini 8, the Mini 9 rose to popularity thanks to its straightforward controls and fun toy-like appearance.