Digital photography is great but if you want a physical print you can hold and give to friends and family with the hassle of powering up your printer or computer, a new instant camera has been unveiled thy Fujifilm this week in the form of the new Fujifilm Instax Wide 300.
The Fujifilm Instax Wide 300 instant camera further expands the company’s ever growing range of instant camera’s and will be priced at $130 when it launches during the spring of 2015.
Features of the Fujifilm Instax Wide 300 instant camera include a uilt-in optical viewfinder, electronic flash, plus 1/64 – 1/200 second shutter speeds and a print size of 62 mm x 99 mm using the large-format 86 mm x 108 mm Instax film.
The included LCD display provides users with information on exposure counter, Lighten-Darken control, Flash Mode and the instant camera is powered by four AA 1.5 V alkaline batteries. The camera weighs 612g and measures L188mm x D:96 mm x H:121mm in size.
“The Instax Wide 300 has a brand new contempory design and many improved features such as tripod socket, real image finder and lens ring dial with focus zone setting. Uses Instax Wide film for vivid, high-quality instant prints to take photos twice as wide as Instax Mini Film.
This wide film format is suitable for instant photos at parties / school projects / crafts / business applications and much more. Instax Wide film captures and delivers vivid, high-quality prints in an instant”
For more information on the new Fujifilm Instax Wide 300 instant camera jump over to the Fujifilm website for details.
Source: The PhotblographerFiled Under: Camera News, Top News