The Instax Square SQ6 is the latest camera in the Fujifilm instant camera range and is their answer to strong market demand for an instant camera which shoots on square film. It is an “Instagram meets instant camera photography” moment which had me instantly hooked.
Recently I have received a lot of emails from readers asking “where to buy a cheap instant camera?” In this article I will address those questions by sharing unbiased and in-depth reviews of the best cheap instant cameras available in 2017/18, talk you through the key design features of each camera and its advantages and disadvantages. These reviews are based on endless hours of testing of the cameras, having reviewed the full spectrum of cheap instant cameras including various Fuji Instax Mini, Instax Wide and Polaroid instant cameras.
The Fujifilm Instax Mini 26 includes some new features and upgrades not found on the older Instax models, such as the Instax Mini 8. The Instax Mini 26 allows you to shoot horizontal or vertical shots with the simple press of a button, it also offers adjustable print color brightness and an intelligent “fill-in” flash. It comes in a range of neat colours (more on that later) and at the time of writing is selling on Amazon for under $60 including a rainbow film bundle!
If you are looking for a cheap polaroid camera then you have come to the right place. In this article we will guide you through the Best 8 Cheap Polaroid Cameras under $100 available on the market today, based on our testing and customer review feedback.
If you are looking for a Polaroid Instant Camera then you have come to the right place. Read our reviews of the 8 best Polaroid instant cameras of 2018 and let us show you where to get the best deals when purchasing your Polaroid. The Polaroid instant camera has been making an incredible comeback in recent years – last year Fujifilm alone sold over 5 million units! If you are looking to purchase a new Polaroid or upgrade your existing one then read on.
The Instax Square SQ10 is a “hybrid instant camera” combining the hipster appeal of an instant camera with Instagram style filters and colour edits which you can apply before printing your Instax photos, a neat cost-saving feature which is unique to the SQ10. The SQ10 is also unique in that it prints square instant photos (62 mm by 62 mm) and can store up to 50 images on its internal memory or microSD card meaning it is easy to save, share and transfer photos to other devices.