Here is the Fujifilm Instax mini 25s
The Fujifilm Instax line is a Fujifilm’s on proprietary instant photography cameras that have been in production since the early 1990’s. The mini format uses integral film (62mm x 46mm) size, basically “credit card” sized photos. The integral film is different from the peel apart film as it is a self contained development process without requiring to remove the remaining negative. This is a fully modren camera though, with autofocus, automatic flash settings, and even macro is possible with the mini 25s.
Find out more at Fujifilm’s website
Here is the Polaroid Land 250 Camera
Produced: 1967-1969 / Estimated Production: 750,000 - (850,000)
The Land 250 Camera is based off the original Land 100 design from 1963. It has most of the same parts such as the 114mm f/8.8 3-element glass and the same electronic shutter set up. One of the differences from pervious designs are the Zeiss rangefinders that have the viewfinder and the rangefinder in the same window. The body is all metal and very sturdy. It runs on 3.5v batteries for the electronic shutter.
Check out more info from Landlist.com
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