Fuji’s Instax instant camera might lead some to compare it with the PoGo, but don’t be disappointed to know that the Instax has half the functionality of the PoGo (which in turn is reflected in its price), although it looks much cuter in essence. $20 will net you 20 exposures which is pretty expensive where dollars and cents are concerned, where it comes equipped with a wide-angle lens, a built-in flash and a quartet of exposure settings. This will target entry level shutterbugs, but the high price to pay to relive Polaroid’s heydays in today’s digital world? We’ll pass.
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