There is no way to turn off the flash on the Instax Mini 11. It is an optional camera aspect because the Mini 11 needs substantial light to work correctly.
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.
Here are the 7 most common reasons why Instax Mini 11 photos come out black, and a detailed breakdown of what you can do to avoid blank photos in the future.
The most common Instax Mini 11 overexposed issue is the area is too well-lit. A simple solution can be sunglasses over the lens, or block the flash with tape.
Below are some reasons why your Instax Mini 11 may be malfunctioning. These are the most common reasons I’ve observed. 1) Battery issues 2) Won't take pictures.
How to use your Instax Mini 11? To operate the Fujifilm Instax Mini 11, you need to take the following 13 steps (we will discuss each step further down the article).
What could be the possible reasons for your Instax Mini 11 flashing orange light? Read on as we discuss common causes for this problem and how you can fix them.
Read on as we explore the Hi-Key Instax setting on the Instax Mini 9 (and Mini 8) cameras, and explain how best to use it for breathtaking Instax photos.
Want to learn how to reset Instax Mini 9 Cameras? Follow our step-by-step guide to troubleshoot common Instax Mini 9 issues and reset your camera.
Are you looking for Instax Mini 9 tips and tricks? Today I will share with you tips on how to get the best out of your Instax Mini 9 camera and answer some of the most FAQs.