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Reddit reviews on Fujifilm Instax Mini Instant Film Value Pack - 60 Photos

Sentiment score: 3
Reddit mentions: 5

We found 5 Reddit mentions of Fujifilm Instax Mini Instant Film Value Pack - 60 Photos. Here are the top ones.

60 image value packInstax Mini filmCompatible with all Instax Mini style camerasImage area 1.81 x 2.44 inches

Found 5 comments on Fujifilm Instax Mini Instant Film Value Pack - 60 Photos:

u/Sempere · 4 pointsr/Polaroid

Again, failing to actually address the point of longevity - this is their competition mass produced, half the price per shot and affordable. 8 shots per pack for a price point on par with when they used to have 10 shots in a pack is not a successful transition or rebrand. It's not making good on their promise to lower prices and the fool hardy suggestion that it's art and people who care will pay more will not help them win. They have the most recognizable name but that name will not help them where they need it to. I know people who like the idea of polaroids, love them when they see me taking them but cannot afford to spend the money on getting into it as a serious hobby and that is the problem - if art is for everybody, how can we claim that they're even close to fulfilling that idea? I can support my purchases as I'm lucky enough to be able to afford it - but I'm not going to sit here and pretend this is a revolution or a success beyond corporate branding and an effort to make more money without actually bringing something beyond a new formulation to the table. They promised more shots per pack and price drops for years - we've seen nothing from them. So why pretend? I want them to succeed but they will never be able to in the long run if they don't seriously gear up for a way to lower the prices and increase access.

u/Gabgra11 · 3 pointsr/instax

That's pretty much the best price you will find for a twin pack. You can buy a 60 pack for around $39 HERE if you are willing to buy that much film at a time. If you don't want to wait for the film to arrive in the mail, Best Buy usually sells twin packs for $14 plus tax, but they tend to run out quick at the Best Buy near me. All in all, it will usually be around $0.60 - $1 per picture with this type of film.

u/cedricisawesome · 2 pointsr/photomarket

If you apply a 20% off coupon on google express it comes out cheaper. The lowest it has been on amazon is $31.49.


Do you have a link to the six pack?

u/thnikkamax · 1 pointr/analog

I actually think Fuji Instax mini, if you are buying the value pack at usually 60-67 cents per frame, is cheaper than shooting film after you account for the amount of shots you might mess up in film. Take a $7.50 roll of Portra and $12 to process+scan, at 12 of 36 good frames you are shooting $1.63 per frame. If you get 36 of 36 good shots you are shooting 54 cents per frame in 35mm, but that is typically difficult to do.

It's not exactly the same thing as there are pros and cons for one vs the other. And on the Instax you still have to scan, though the 35mm you still have to print.. but for a student I think Instax will bring you the most joy for the cost.