For most people, the camera in their phone is more than enough to capture a fun outing with friends or a vacation with family. But for people who have a deeper interest in photography and are looking for a specific aesthetic, polaroid cameras promise an …
Instant Camera Film
Instant camera film can be super expensive, so it’s important to know where to buy your instant camera film at the best price while also ensuring you have purchased from a reputable seller.
If you need instant camera film for your Instax Wide, Instax Mini or Polaroid camera then read our buying guides today.
In this article I will show you where to buy Instax Square film in bulk and save more than 30%, provide you with Instax Square SQ10 tips and tricks to keep your printing costs to a minimum, and provide a cost comparison between purchasing 10, 20, 40 and 100 sheets of instant film (Spoiler Alert! Buying your Instax Square film in bulk doesn’t necessarily save you money.)
Fuji have made a few exciting announcements recently including the upcoming launch of the Instax Square and the unveiling of their “Instax Monochrome Film” or “Instax Black and White Film.” According to Fujifilm, the monochrome film is a response to customer demands to allow Instax Mini users to expand their artistic potential and bring new fun ways to express themeselves through Instax photography.
In this blog post we will show you how to get INSTAX MINI 8 FILM cheap, the best places to buy from, how to load your camera film and whether it makes sense for you to buy your Instax Mini 8 film in bulk. Depending on where you buy your film and whether you order in bulk, the cost per photo can range from $0.59 to $0.67. Or put simply, buying your instax mini 8 film in bulk can save you up to 12%.
Taking photos with your Fuji Instax Mini Camera is so much fun and its unique ability to print the photo right away allows you to instantly capture a special moment or scene. As with all instant cameras, this requires you to always have a fresh pack of Fuji Instax Mini Film loaded in your camera. Today I want to share with you on the various film packs available, look at the pros and cons of each and help guide you to choosing the best film pack for your needs.