If money’s no object to you, by all means, the Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 is a fun accessory sure to bring back nostalgia even from the youngest of photographers. Once you figure out the controls, you’ll be tempted to snap every artsy frame like you’re working for Instagram. Unlike the readiness and unlimited quality of mobile photography, paying the price for film may just force photographers to be more cautious of what to shoot and print. For once, it’d be a nice change to think about what moments to capture, making the physical value of each snap worth the momentous savors. It’s a thought process that we wish was more mainstream, but alas, we live in a digital society that entitles unlimitedness. So for now, we have the Instax.
If you’re considering an instant photo camera, take a look at our old-is-new-again comparison of two modern, popular models: the Polaroid Snap and the Fujifilm Instax Mini 8.
Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best shots showing a creative use of underexposure in the Experimental Underexposure Photo Contest with chances to win a Caden Professional Quick Release Dual-shoulder Strap, a Koolehaoda Magnesium Aluminium Tripod, a Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 Instant Film Camera, a Mini LED Light Portable Pocket Spotlight, a BESTEK Waterproof Camera Bag and more.