As promised, Fujifilm unveiled its newest instantaneous digicam alongside the mirrorless powerhouse that’s the Fujifilm X-T4.
The Instax Mini 11 seems just about like its predecessor, the extremely popular Instax Mini 9, however provides just a few tweaks and is available in 5 enjoyable colours – Blush Pink, Sky Blue, Charcoal Grey, Ice White and Lilac Purple.
Its bodily tweaks embody an interchangeable shutter button within the type of two stickers that permit customers to customise the look of the digicam. It is also a tad extra rounded as in comparison with the Instax Mini 9, with curvier corners and a “softer”, extra “fashionable” look, in response to Fujifilm.
The artwork of selfie-improvement
The Instax Mini 11’s headline characteristic is its new selfie mode. Whereas the selfie mirror from the earlier mannequin remains to be on the Instax Mini 11, there’s now a mirror in entrance of the lens that may assist with framing close-up selfies. The brand new selfie mode could be activated by pulling the lens barrel out till ‘Selfie Mode’ mark seems. This characteristic may also be used for taking pictures macros as nicely, because it drops the focusing distance to a mere 0.3m – no extra attachments wanted.
The Instax Mini 11 additionally will get auto publicity, which is able to mechanically modify the digicam’s shutter velocity and flash output to compensate for the ambient gentle. Within the Mini 9, publicity was adjusted with a dial which wasn’t at all times excellent.
Whereas they could look like minor tweaks on paper, the addition of those two options makes the Instax Mini 11 a really sturdy contender to be the best instant camera yet – and it’s still easy to use and fun as well.
The new Instax Mini 11 will be available from early March at a price of $70 / £70 (Australian pricing to be confirmed) and we can’t wait to play with it.