Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 review: instant photos in the Instagram age | The Verge
Of all the forms of photography you’d expect to have been sidelined by the smartphone onslaught, instant film would have to top the list. Sure, the unique (and useless) ritual of shaking your pictures to speed up development has a special place in the hearts of many. But the traditional advantages of instant cameras — ease of use, shareability, and the ability to see your photo straight away — are matched point-for-point by the tiny shooter embedded in your phone. Instagram didn’t base its logo on a Polaroid Land Camera for nothing.