Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm Instax Mini 7s camera
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10 July 2011
Excerpt: After being ejected from the camera, the prints take about 90 seconds to develop and then another few minutes to ‘cure’ to the final colour saturation and exposure. During the ejection process a set of rollers break open a pod of powerful developer which is then dispersed very thinly and evenly.
Summary: The consensus amongst those who tried it is that the Instax should be part of the kit handed out to all AFL footballers. They can take rude pictures of each other and then tear them up, rather than leave them lying around on a laptop accessible to vengeful groupies.
Pros: Well, it is fun. And children like it, although the development time tests their limited patience.
Cons: Exposure is hit and miss and image quality is poor. Colours tend to brown/sepia. The viewfinder (optical) display is nothing like what appears on the print.