Fujifilm film cannot be used in a Polaroid camera. The only exception is Instax Mini film, which can be used in a Polaroid 300 camera. Also, only some Polaroid film is compatible.
Canon and Kodak instant cameras have the cheapest film, costing just 45 and 50 cents per shot. Next is the Fuji range, costing between 88 and 98 cents per shot.
You should use your polaroid film within 12 months of the film's production date. The active layers of the film undergo chemical changes as the film ages.
Your Instax Mini 11 polaroids will come out white because of three reasons: 1) The film was exposed to light 2) You are covering the light or flash sensors.
Once the film pack designed for a Polaroid camera is opened, the only safe place to store the film is in the camera. It can last up to 8 weeks before expiring.
The Lomography Lomo'Instant camera uses the Fujifilm Instax Mini film, but what exactly is the Mini size? The Mini film is relatively small compared to other film.
One way of reducing the cost of Instax mini 7s film cartridges is to buy more film packs in one go. Get the 5-pack bundle, which allows you to shoot 50 photos!
Read on as we discuss the unique features of the Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 instant film and where to buy. We recommend buying the 20 or 60 sheets for best value!
Today I will show you how to get your Instax film bulk order at the cheapest prices, saving you up to 50% on your Instax film costs! It’s important that you know..
Buying Instax square film in bulk can save you over 30% on your instant photography costs. As of today, the best value for money is the 40 sheets instax square film.
Shooting with your Instax Mini camera is a blast and the added option of being able to shoot with Instax monochrome film adds more fun and creativity. Try it for yourself!