For those who want to live life in the moment, an instax camera is always a great choice, and the instax mini 90 Neo Classic can be an ideal way to get started. Here's why...
First of all, take a good look at this stunner. The mini 90 comes in either black or brown and has a two-tone finish with silver accents.
But while it may have a vintage look, the mini 90 is actually a pretty high-tech piece of equipment. At the same time, it’s easy to use and lets you experiment with different photography Modes.
The mini 90 comes with a rechargeable battery and fully automatic exposure. It features a high-performance flash that emits the ideal amount of light to optimise how your image comes out.
If you want to keep it simple, say at a busy family barbecue, you can just point, shoot and print. In fact, the power button and the shutter button are placed right next to each other, making it easy to snap a quick photo without interrupting the fun. But you can also up your game or get creative by selecting one of the many shooting modes that are offered on the camera.
The Kids Mode allows you to capture those fast-moving little ones. The Party Mode ensures that both your subject and the background are well-lit. The Landscape Mode allows you to capture the sprawling beauty of a beach or city skyline. The Macro Mode, on the other hand, allows you to capture close-up details.
A tripod socket allows you to get even more creative with your camera, allowing you to keep the camera still when trying out the Bulb Exposure Mode or Double Exposure Mode.
The Bulb Exposure Mode keeps the shutter open for up to 10 seconds so you can take more expressive photos, like capturing light streaks at night. The Double Exposure Mode lets you press the shutter button twice to superimpose two images on top of each other – this can be so much fun. We’d recommend you giving it a try!
Life moves fast, but the instax mini 90 Neo Classic allows you to keep up and capture all of the fun, beauty and friendship that the day has to offer.
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