Fujifilm Instax mini 90


Instant photos and Polaroids bring smiles to everyone’s faces because they’re tangible. The “magic” of taking a photo and waiting for it to develop within seconds is something a digital camera just can’t replicate. Think about it, even if an instant pic came out bad, someone still kept it, right? I will confess, I have at lease half a dozen of Polaroids in my wallet that I love to look at more than the photos on my smartphone.

The Fujifilm Instax mini 90 is a new instant camera with gorgeous retro looks inspired by old 35mm cameras. With a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, built-in flash, tripod mount, and a bunch of shooting modes such as macro, bulb mode and double exposure, Instax mini 90 is the perfect analog gadget for the digital shooter.

Citizens of Japan will be able to purchase the Instax mini 90 next month on September 20, but us U.S. folk will have to either import one or wait until next spring.

Price: ~$210
Source: Instax