Fujifilm Instax Mini 2-Pack Instant Film (20 Sheets)
- Credit Card sized prints 5.4 x 8.6 makes it easy to store in your wallet or post inside your school locker.
- Fast developing instant film to see your photos in an instant
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Of the 10884 reviewers who responded, 10548 would recommend this product.
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- MUST HAVE FOR THE INSTAX MINI POLAROID CAMERA- November 18, 2015
This pack comes with 20 films total. It's compatible with all fujifilm instax mini polaroid cameras. I am using it with the older version: the Fujifilm Instax MINI 7s White Instant Film Camera. I believe it's also compatible with the Fujifilm Instax Share Smartphone Printer SP-1, which is going to be my next investment most likely. The price comes to around $1 per photo, but most of the time there are price drops. I purchased this pack when it was around $12 or $14, so that's a great deal! I've had no problems with this film thus far, but I do suggest keeping the package in a dark room where no sunlight can reach it while you're not using the film.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Camera works better with this than without- May 13, 2017
When the camera didn't have this item in it, it didn't take very good pictures. Or any pictures at all. When this was in the camera, it still didn't take very good pictures (wildly overexposed), but at least things were coming out of the camera. If you like things coming out of the camera, you should put this item in your camera. If you want good pictures to come out of your camera, I don't know what to tell you, but I'm not sure this item will do the trick. At least it didn't for me. But I'm an idiot. It might go better for you, assuming that you're not as idiotic as I. Few people are.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Photo-Opt worthy- December 31, 2016
I bought this camera to use at a Christmas party as the party favor. While everyone enjoyed being able to take their picture home, they came out really dark.I actually think that it was the photographer. She didn't really have much time to get to know the camera. I can't rate the actual film as bad because it did develop quickly, as expected. There were no defects. I would suggest a few practice shots. It will be worth it in the end, especially if they are being used as a party favor! Take practice shots of something or someone just in case it comes out perfect on the first try!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.