Fujifilm Instax Wide 2-Pack Instant Film
- Extra wide 10.6 x 8.4 picture size allows you to fit more in your frame.
- Fast developing instant film to see your photos in an instant
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Of the 526 reviewers who responded, 513 would recommend this product.
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Ease of Use: Excellent
- Not enough information- March 21, 2020
Please don't make the same mistake as we did. There are a couple different types of the Fujifilm Instax cameras. The Mini and the Wide are the ones you find most, and the films are not interchangeable. We got a Mini camera and thought this would just create wider pictures in the same camera...we were wrong. As a result, I was stuck running to the closest store (Walmart) to buy a more expensive package of Mini film for her camera...and I am stuck with an opened package of Wide film we cannot return or use. /sighYes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Decent quality- March 6, 2017
As a kid I always wanted my own polaroid but I never got one. I played with a friends now and then but nothing extensive. When i could finally afford one the film wasnt being produced any more but it was still available. I saw one of these polaroid style pictures and thought was it was an odd shape and thought nothing of it until I saw a deal on one of these at a local store. After watching some videos and researching I had to own one. I've been hooked ever since and never looked back. The quality of the pictures have a lo-fi look to them which I prefer. The size is comparable to old style Polaroid 600 film. You get 10 exposures per pack which comes out to around .85 cents a shot and is available everywhere. I haven't had any major problems with any film i've bought.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- A good break from Polaroids or Instax Mini- February 22, 2017
These are a great alternative to Instax mini prints if you're wanting something larger, and they're the best way to go. I was getting kind of bored of the mini shots and wanted a variety of sizes so I got the Instax 210 camera and a pack of this film. I'm very happy with the results and love that this film is much more wallet friendly than Impossible Project films. I love Polaroid, but why spend over $20 for 8 films when you can less than that for 20 shots.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.