Excerpt: Works great, makes you the talk of the party, and it's really easy to use. It's not your average instax mini like everyone else has, and the piano black is striking. BUy the film from B&H (pack of 20 for $) and you're set to go. Very easy to use and really cheap at B&H.
Excerpt: I am a wedding photographer and plan to use this camera for a photo guest book for client where the wedding guests will have their photo taken upon arrival to the wedding. The photo will be placed in to a book along with their signature for a nice keepsake for the bride and groom. I love the mini photos it produces. It's just the right size the the books I intend to create. The only downfall is when there isn't an abundance of light the photos come out a tad bit dark.
Summary: I was not impressed with this "novelty" camera, the picture quality is well, terrible. The film is expensive and no one in the modern world of digital cameras wants a blurry hard to see picture on paper or on a screen. I got mine as a gift from a well-meaning relative. I am 45 years old and remember the old "Polaroid" cameras, this is similar but just not worth 90 bucks and change (not to mention the film cartridges).
Excerpt: The 50S is very compact and a lot of fun to use. I chose the 50S over the higher end model because it's half the price and use a conventional battery. The batteries are available everywhere and save the hassle of running out of battery when you are out without the charger.
Pros: Built-In Flash, Comfortable Design, Fast Development, Fast Film Loading, Reliable Operation
Excerpt: Quick and easy, I had a lot of fun with this camera once I learned its limitations. Flat colors outdoors, ideal for indoor single-subject shots; the crab "macro" lens bubble add-on actually works well if you want to fisheye cheaply.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Fast Development, Fast Film Loading