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Reddit reviews on Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic Instant Film Camera

Sentiment score: 5
Reddit mentions: 10

We found 10 Reddit mentions of Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic Instant Film Camera. Here are the top ones.

Automatically detects the brightness of the surrounding and adjusts the amount of flash and shutter speed to optimize photo qualityDouble exposure mode 2 images are produced on 1 film sheet by pressing the shutter twice; Shutter release: Programmed electronic shutter release, 1.8 - 1/400 sec shutter speedsBulb mode the shutter remains open while the shutter button is depressed (10 seconds maximum) and a light trail can be photographedMacro mode short distance photography as close as 30 to 60 centimeter; Lens: Move in or out type lens, 2 components, 2 elements, f=60 millimeter, F=12.7Kids mode suitable for photographing kids, pets and other fast moving subjects due to a fast shutter speed

Found 10 comments on Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic Instant Film Camera:

u/Eal12333 · 3 pointsr/photography

I'm looking to get an instant camera this upcoming Black Friday!

Right now I'm looking at the Fujifilm Instax Mini 9, the Instax Wide 300, the Intax Mini 90 Neo Classic, and the Polaroid Onestep 2.

Right now I think the one I'm most interested in is the Mini 90; It has the most features, looks nice, and seems to take great pictures. But I'm unsure if I really think it's worth being 3x the price of the Mini 9. And I've heard of possible issues with the longevity of the proprietary battery.

I also really like the larger prints of the Instax Wide, and the Onestep 2, and the Onestep 2 has that real nostalgic look, but they're both very simple cameras, and I've heard very conflicting things about the quality of the pictures they produce.

And the Mini 9 has by far the most attractive price; I can get a bundle with 2 packs of film for $80 CAD at Costco, but I really hate that it cant really take landscape pictures (at least, not without holding it in an awkward way it wasn't meant to be held)

Any thoughts on the cameras? would you recommend any to me specifically? And are there any good deals going on?

u/dertigo · 3 pointsr/ManyBaggers

Damn this guy knows way more than me, listen to him!

Do you think a city sling would hold this camera? I need a sling that can hold it.

Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic Instant Film Camera https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FR85IRK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_16IuDb4R5PQ1R


u/_galacticat · 2 pointsr/weddingplanning

I'm planning on doing both an Instax and selfie stick(s). We actually got a Mini 8 for Christmas, but we're exchanging it for the Mini 90 because it has a timer and a tripod slot. It's double the price and not as cute, but seems much more practical!

u/MikeRollerson · 1 pointr/Polaroid

If you're on a budget, Instax is the way to go for sure.

As someone else mentioned, the Instax Neo 90 is a very safe bet and right around your range. The camera is very "automatic" but also has some creative control if you prefer (night more, multiple exposures, bulb mode, flash off, darker, lighter, macro). The film is also very cheap (approx. $12.50 for 20 shots but can often be found for less on sale)

The downside is that the Instax Mini format is about half the size of Instax Wide or Polaroid film. I still really like it, it's cheap, it's easy to use and a fun system to shoot with!

Price does vary, but don't spend more than $129 (bestbuy/urbanoutfitters will sometimes list it at $179-199). You can sometimes find a used one for about $79: https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B00FR85IRK/ref=dp_olp_used_mbc?ie=UTF8&condition=used

u/3zero1ne · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. I really love my polaroid camera... just it's not a polaroid, it's a Fujifilm Instax . It's just a lot of fun to bring around places and casually shooting. Plus: instant gratification!

  2. LOTS of crazy stuff happens. I can't talk about some of them because of NDA's i've signed...but i'd say probably some of the weddings i've done. Seeing a bride's dress tear/start to rip as she put it on, seeing a cake almost fall, a few too many drunk people, REALLY awkward toasts/speeches...also some very cool cultural experiences from weddings. Ethiopian weddings are cool, and some of the Jewish and Russian ones i've been to have been amazing.

  3. I've never had one!
u/ghostforest · 1 pointr/keto

Bravo! I always choose non-food rewards as rewarding myself with food is part of what lead me to being overweight.

For 100 lbs, I'd really want to splurge. Maybe a really great outfit for upcoming holiday parties, a special piece of jewelry, or something fun like an updated Polaroid style camera .

u/jonmacpodi · 1 pointr/Cameras

You can buy an old cheap Polaroid camera off ebay, but then you're going to be spending $2 per shot, with a 8 shots per pack. Or you can buy the Fuji Instax Neo 90 (which has considerably more manual-ish control) and buy Instax film which can be as cheap as $0.60 per shot with 10 shots per pack. It won't take long for the Instax to be the more economical option. Instax film is smaller than Polaroid/Impossible film, however.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/instax

If you have Amazon Prime, check here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B00FR85IRK/ref=dp_olp_new_mbc?ie=UTF8&condition=new

There are multiple sellers listed here with Prime Fulfillment that can get it there as soon as tomorrow (just check to make sure it's New condition). I know BestBuy used to sell it instores at a high price but seems to have taken it out of stores. If you have prime, also check out Prime now (primenow.amazon.com) - they give free 2-hour delivery even on weekends but items vary from city to city since it's all from the local warehouses

u/jeffk42 · 1 pointr/analog

Maybe this one? At least, it seems to be highly rated.

u/opDimitri · 1 pointr/Polaroid

I'm a polaroid fan but to be objective, if you are on a budget, fujifilm is a better bet for a new camera. Cameras are ~ $100 and film is much cheaper - more than 2x cheaper per shot than Polaroid and produce better quality that current polaroid originals film.

These are both great Instax cameras to give as gifts I think.



I'd personally recommend the WIDE camera (second link) as the "mini" photos are just too small to be useful (to me at least). Mini camera (1st link) does have more options however. But both are better cameras than current iType OneStep 2 PO sells.

If you are going polaroid route, I'd say avoid plastic consumer cameras of the 90s. And even the new onestep2. They are just too basic and too cheap (i know I'll get flamed for this). In my opinion, there are 3 cameras that are really worth having from polaroid:

SX-70 (Model 1 and 2) •
680 SLR <-overall best pick but pricy •
Spectra SE/PRO (Or Minolta variant of the same).

If you don't mind gifting a used Polaroid camera and on a budget, Spectra SE sells on ebay for 20-50$ based on condition and it's all inclusive (no need for any add-ons), higher end camera that shoots larger format film. If you snag one for 40$ like I did, you will still have enough for 3 packs of film to go with it!

my 2 cents.