Fujifilm Instax Wide 300 instant camera’s price and specs have been revealed along with its launch date. This successor to Instax Mini costs around $150 (under 8000) and it will hit markets by mid-2015.
With its ability to print images on the fly, this new device from Fujifilm is well suited for beginners and part-time photographers. It features 3 unique flash functions that can be used to improve content quality in the dark. It also comes with a viewfinder.
Instax Wide’s flash can throw light on objects located within 0.9 to 3 meters range. Its shutter has been programmed to be released automatically within 1/64 to 1/200 seconds immediately after a film has been captured.
Just like many other instant cameras under $150, this device supports landscape and normal modes. It’s easy to switch between these 2 modes.
This snapper includes a retractable f 0.95 lens that supports 1:14 aspect ratio. It is fitted with a tripod socket. Thus, users can take family or group pictures easily with it.
Wide 300 has an LCD that display’s various tools and functions (including the exposure counter) when it is powered on. Please check the quality of pictures taken with the Instax Wide 300 instant camera here on Fujifilm’s official website.
Packed with 4 AA size 1.5 Volts Alkaline batteries, this camera’s specs includes a close-up lens with which, you can easily capture things or objects located at a distance of 39 cm.
Instax Wide can record films of 86 x 108 millimeters size and max 62 x 99 mm images. It is fitted with buttons to control flash intensity and brightness in images. It supports automatic exposure control and backlit mode. Its body weight is within 610 to 613 grams. Its dimensions are 167.8 x 94.7 x 120.9 mm, hence this budget camera from Fujifilm is easy to carry around. It will be launched before august 2015 in India for a price in Rs 7700 to 8000 range.