Instax Mini 70 vs Mini 50s vs Mini 90 vs Instax Mini 8


Compare Design: Instax Mini 70 vs Mini 50s vs Mini 90 vs Instax Mini 8

Instax Mini 70 – The camera is compact at about 4.5 X 3.9 X 0.1 inches (HWD) and available in yellow, white or blue colors. There are minimal controls since the camera is practically automatic. A small monochrome information LCD at the back displays the number of shots remaining in the pack. The power button is on the right and left side has Selfie, Self-Timer, and Mode buttons. The camera has a fixed optical viewfinder. Its shutter button is easily accessible when the camera is held in portrait orientation, but not so much in landscape orientation. The camera needs cradling at the top so that the viewfinder and the lens aren’t blocked and it gets awkward to shoot.

Instax mini 50s – It has a thin and fun piano black or white design and is lightweight to let you hold it for hours without tiring. The compact design makes it easy to store in your purse or backpack.

Instax Mini 90 – The camera is available in black and brown colors. It is compact (3.6 x 4.5 x 2.3?) and has a retractable 60mm lens and an optical viewfinder with integrated target spot.

Instax Mini 8 – It has a cute and compact body design that is available in 7 colors.

 

Compare Lens: Instax Mini 70 vs Mini 50s vs Mini 90 vs Instax Mini 8

Instax Mini 70 – Fixed lens X100T is 60mm f/12.7 lens covers 35mm lens worth field view on a full-frame camera. The lens is tight for selfies.

Instax mini 50s – The 60mm lens creates crisp images that are brighter than other instant cameras. The close-up adapter attaches to the lens to let you focus on objects as close as 12 inches.

Instax Mini 90 – 60mm lens that is capable of focusing as close as 11.8? away.

Instax Mini 8 – Super quality Fujinon Lens takes clear pictures effortlessly.

 

Compare Image Quality: Instax Mini 70 vs Mini 50s vs Mini 90 vs Instax Mini 8

Instax Mini 70 – It clicks small pictures – about 1.8 X 2.4 inches and it’s tough to make out details in them. But when the exposure is correct it gives excellent colors with glossy finish to the shots. Shooting in daylight causes overexposure, but indoor shots with the flash are perfect, including selfies that are which can be easily washed out if the flash fires with too much power.

Instax mini 50s – In spite of the small size, the quality of images is detailed and has great contrast and well-saturated colors. Images are the size of a credit card 64X46mm (2.4”X1.8”).

Instax Mini 90 – It clicks crisp photos with accurate exposure even in low light conditions.

Instax Mini 8 – Bold and vibrant pictures and Hi-Key mode takes photos with softer impression.

 

Compare Features: Instax Mini 70 vs Mini 50s vs Mini 90 vs Instax Mini 8

Instax Mini 70 – The camera has a Selfie mirror next to the lens so that you can check the framing. Automatic exposure control, high-performance fill-in flash calculate the available light and adjust the shutter speed to take images even in low light. It has a Macro mode for images from 30-60cm away, Landscape mode for more than 3m away with the best exposure settings, built-in self timer takes 1 or 2 shots. Hi-Key mode captures images with soft focus. It has a standard tripod socket, 2 CR2 lithium batteries, film for 10 instant photos, and the Mode button changes toggles through different settings.

Instax mini 50s – It develops instant images and is easy to use. It has thee shooting modes – Auto, Fill-in-Flash, and landscape. The dual shutter release lets you click horizontal and vertical photos. There are controls on the back for lightness and darkness to let you do bracketing. It has an automatic built-in Flash On that balances low light scenes, Infinity Mode, and Dual Self Timer. This is the only instant camera with a Tripod receptacle. The Macro Adapter can be attached to the lens to shoot close-ups and self portraits. The cartridge is easy to load and has a wrist strap to prevent accidental drops. It gives the shutter speed from 1/3 up to 1/400 second.

Instax Mini 90 – The compact camera produces instant credit card sized prints and features a 60mm lens that focuses 11.8” away. It has a built-in flash and automatic exposure control providing additional illumination for exposures in low-light and ensuring accurate exposures in different lighting conditions. The optical viewfinder with integrated target spot gives image composition and exposure counter displays the number of exposures remaining in the film pack. It has Party Mode for longer exposure to enable more ambient light to enter foreground is illuminated by the flash, Kids Mode to capture fast moving subjects even in low light conditions, Landscape Mode for subjects more than 9′ away, Macro Mode to focus as close as 11.8”, Bulb Exposure Mode for the shutter to stay open for up to 10 seconds, Double Exposure Mode to expose the same frame with two different images, Four Brightness Control (normal, bright, brighter, and dark) to manually adjust the brightness of the photo, Tripod socket and rechargeable batteries.


Instax Mini 8 – The compact camera has Auto Flash/Focus Free for vibrant pictures even in low lighting. Brightness Adjustment Dial determines the optimal brightness with corresponding mode (Indoors, Cloudy, Sunny, Very Sunny). High-Key Photo takes images with a softer impression, uses Fujifilm Instax Mini Instant colour film, 1/60 sec. Electronic Shutter speed ensures instant capture, Fujinon Lens, Built-in electronic Lens Cover protects the camera and automatically opens when the camera switches on.

 

Compare Battery: Instax Mini 70 vs Mini 50s vs Mini 90 vs Instax Mini 8

Instax Mini 70 – Two CR2 batteries

Instax Mini 50s – It is powered by CR2 batteries, which are lighter, more compact and more powerful than standard AA batteries. The batteries are sufficient for 300 exposures.

Instax Mini 90 – Rechargeable Li-ion holds charge for up to 10 packs of instant films

Instax Mini 8 – Two AA batteries

 

Compare What to expect: Instax Mini 70 vs Mini 50s vs Mini 90 vs Instax Mini 8

Instax Mini 70 – You can take instant selfies easily and perfectly with the self-portrait mirror right next to the lens. The photos will have perfect exposure even in low light with its automatic exposure control and high-performance flash.

Instax Mini 50s – Capture and instantly develop color images with the Instant Camera that uses film emulsion packs. When clicked, first a black print appears and instantly develops into a color image. You can keep a track of how many images have been clicked with the countdown window on the camera. Forget about bringing the digital camera on your phone out or entering a lab and waiting for hours to develop a camera roll.

Instax Mini 90 – Produce instant credit card sized prints with the camera that can focus as close as 11.8? away, consistently accurate exposures and additional illumination in low-light conditions.

Instax Mini 8 – Take bold and vibrant instant photos even in low lighting and softer impressions with hi-key mode.

 

Compare Review: Instax Mini 70 vs Mini 50s vs Mini 90 vs Instax Mini 8

Instax Mini 70 REVIEW

The Fujifilm Instax Mini 70 is a higher priced instant camera compared to other instant cameras by Fuji that may be cheaper but work almost as good this one. The Mini 70 is a more versatile camera though it loses points to better options from other companies that are available, just because of its steep price. At that kind of a price, Instax Mini 70 doesn’t have a wide enough angle lens, and doesn’t offer many shooting modes or multiple exposure capability, which can be a drawback for artistic photographers. It is also not at par with cameras with Wide format that give larger image size and this can be a disappointing fact if you are serious about instant film.

 

Instax Mini 90 REVIEW/Pros & Cons

Shooting with the sleek camera is a lot of fun and it gives great instant photos. Loading the Instax Mini 90 is very easy and the shutter button for portrait and landscape orientation gives good grip. The optical viewfinder is disappointing and very difficult to view with your eye more than a few millimeters away and difficult especially if you are wearing glasses. It takes great looking and natural photographs and lets you lighten or darken the image to prevent over or under exposure. The camera is expensive and the cost of prints adds to the cost. The camera lets you layer two images and use the bulb mode to produce long exposure in the dark to give great photos.

 

Instax Mini 8 REVIEW/Pros & Cons

It is comfortable to operate owing to its thoughtful design. And the buttons are placed in a great way for easy use. Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 camera is slimmer than previous versions. On the contrary, it is costlier and is a slow process as film takes time to develop. It does capture decent photos but needs a good eye to understand the surroundings and select the right exposure level. The battery runs out faster with constant use. The film use also makes it complex and expensive if the user ends up utilizing lesser shots than available. It is a treat for Poloroid lovers as it is a retro-styled camera that breaks from megapixel norms and can be a simple way to introduce kids to photography.


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