The Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 is an Instant Print Camera Made for Selfies

Fujifilm’s Instax lineup has skilled several upgrades and consumers love their cameras because of the lovable, small form factor and therefore the incontrovertible fact that they will instantly print your photo.

In a world of digital cameras and smartphones, the very fact that you simply can have an old-school Polaroid camera with new internals is pretty cool and tons of individuals buy that nostalgia.

Fujifilm has now announced the successor to their wildly popular Mini lineup, the Mini 11.

Fujifilm Instax Mini 11
One of the main improvements that accompany the Mini 11, over its predecessor the Mini 9, is that the size of the camera has been shrunken down, even more, to form it handier. The smaller size means it can easily be carried around now and therefore the rounder design helps it achieve a “modern” look.

The lens has an equivalent 2 element 60mm setup because the Mini 9 but what’s new is that the Selfie Mode. Technically, this was also a feature of the Mini 9, but the Mini 11 doesn’t require a separate lens attachment. To activate the Selfie Mode all you’ve got to try to do is pull on the lens towards the surface and a marking “Selfie On” shows abreast of the lens, indicating that you simply can now take selfies.

To assist you together with your photos, there’s a mirror on the left side of the lens during which you’ll check your framing then shoot.

The selfie mode also doubles as a macro mode, allowing you to require close-up photos of subjects up to 0.3m.

A major upgrade on the Mini 11 is auto exposure. A sensor automatically senses the quantity of ambient light available once you press the shutter button and adjusts the exposure levels, shutter speed and therefore the flash level. On the Mini 9, you had to manually use the dials to regulate so this is often a welcome improvement and puts the Mini 11 more in line with the “modern” take that Fujifilm seems to be targeting.

Oh and, speaking of the shutter button, there’s a choice to choose from two sorts of buttons; a jewel-shaped shutter button and a “Glow” button that really glows within the dark. Photos taken from the camera are often printed on equivalent instant film cartridges as other Instax Mini cameras at a size of three .4 x 2.1 inches.

The Mini 11 are going to be available purchasable starting mid-March for a tag of $70 (~Rs. 10,800).




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