Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 Neoclassic Camera Sports Retro Look and Style

August 26, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Fujifilm has unveiled its latest vintage inspired Instax Mini 90 Neoclassic instant camera and it is currently available on the Japanese Fujifim site.

Back in 1990, Fujifim had started marketing its Instax brand of instant cameras. The latest addition to this brand, the Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic, comes with classic retro-inspired looks from the 70s.

It also follows the aesthetics of Fujifilm’s popular X-Series that is a range of digital, high-end cameras made of professional photographers.


Apart form its vintage look and style, the Mini 90 Neoclassic has upgraded specs from the Instax Mini 8.

Though the Instax Mini 8 offers settings only for brightness adjustments, the Mini 90 has several shooting modes. For example, the Double Exposure mode lets users to combine two different images in a single frame, a “bulb” mode for shooting as many as 10 exposures in a slow shutter speed, a Valve mode that allows photographers light trails and night scenes and a Kids’ mode for shooting moving objects.

Unlike the previous models, the Instax Mini 90 comes with rechargeable batteries and tripods, which help you to use the bulb mode more effectively. The Mini 90 also has a regular Instax Mini film measuring 2.13 x 3.4 inches.

Right now, we are unable to inform about its availability in the US, but the camera is expected to hit the Japanese market on September 20 with a price tag of $210.

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