by Alexei Rivera | July 5, 2013 9:41 pm
Fujifilm has always been at the forefront of photography and film technology – a fact that we bet you probably figured out as the company name implies that. Of course in today’s world, Fuji has evolved to offer more advanced digital cameras in their lineup as well. Still, the demand for fun devices and classic designs have always been around and Fuji pioneered the retro digital scene with their X-Series cameras. In keeping with their tradition they’ve also been offering the instant camera fans some love. And recently, they’ve just introduced their newest Instax camera into the market – the Fujifilm Instax Mini 8. Priced at PHP 4,180, the camera can print photos around the size of your regular credit card – allowing for some nice mementos of fun times with your friends and family. We have a video preview of it in action below, so feel free to check it out!
The Fujifilm Instax series is fairly popular among adolescents or groups of friends as they definitely allow for ways to get creative with shots and keep mementos to give away. (Quite similar to the functionality of your typical photo booth in today’s events.) Grab one now from Fujifilm retailers if you’re so inclined!
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