More shooting modes with new instant camera
Fujifilm Instax mini 90 Neo Classic
AS FAR as instant-film cameras go, Fujifilm is probably the only player left in the market. While much of the camera world has gone digital, the option of having a printout of a picture just taken still has allure for some.
Fujifilm now has an improved instant-film camera to cater to such needs - the Instax mini 90 Neo Classic, so named because it has the looks of a classic film camera, a design path adopted by Fujifilm in recent years.
The Neo Classic has two new camera modes - Bulb mode (camera shutter remains open for 10 seconds for that night shot) and Double Exposure mode, whereby two exposures are combined into one print. This is in addition to the Party, Kids and Macro modes found in previous Instax models.
How much: $268