While digital cameras have more or less become the standard we’ve come to know and expect these days, there’s a certain nostalgic charm with film-based cameras that is hard to ignore. However, if you’d rather not go through the trouble of developing the film yourself or paying someone else to do it, instant cameras are a good alternative.
In fact, it seems that Fujifilm could have a new instant camera in the works in the form of the Fujifilm Instax Mini 11. This is according to a series of leaked photos obtained by Nokishita Camera where it shows off the upcoming camera in a variety of bright colors. Unfortunately, the specs of the Instax Mini 11 aren’t known, but its concept should remain the same as its predecessors, where it will be capable of printing photos on the fly.
In case you’re unfamiliar with the Instax series, these are a series of cameras that can print photos the moment they are taken. Granted they might not have the highest resolution or come with a ton of control, but they are fun for parties and gatherings like weddings or birthdays, where they can be instantly printed and given out to guests who can keep them as a souvenir.
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There is no word on when the camera will be launched, but the rumors are claiming that Fujifilm is expected to host an event next week where they could announce the Fujifilm X-T4, so perhaps we’ll learn more about the Instax Mini 11 then as well.
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