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8x10 Calendula by Marian Rainer-Harbach
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Camera: 8x10 Pinhole Camera Film: Impossible Color 8x10 (2015-10) For Polaroid Week Fall 2017, Day 5, Photo 2. Happy Polaroid Week! I’ll be sharing some memories of a mystical and slightly uncanny summer gone past.

Instant Film Today: Available Options


Polaroid cameras were widely loved due to their ability of capturing moments instantly. No matter how advanced the digital camera technology gets, there is still no way it can beat the charm of an instant film camera. Instant film cameras are loved by professional and amateur photographers alike because they have the ability to assess the lighting and exposure within seconds - and also because, let’s keep it real, they are fun! While Polaroid the name became synonymous with instant film, they unfortunately no longer produce cameras or film and the ones you’ll find will be old ones still floating around. Luckily, Polaroid film was resurrected by Impossible Project, and there are other options available, in both cameras and instant films.

Best Instant Camera Options Available

Instant cameras can be bought on eBay where you will find several types of cameras including the old ones and the newly designed ones by Fujifilm and Polaroid. Let’s take a look at some of the best instant cameras available in the market and the films that they are used with:

Fujifilm Instax Mini 50S

Fujifilm Instax Mini 50S is one of the best instant cameras available that takes two pictures with a single click. The camera offers a high-performance flash feature that sets the camera’s shutter speed automatically based on the light conditions. It is a perfect instant camera for capturing photos in a dimly lit environment. The camera’s close-up lens is another feature that is extremely appealing, especially to the pro photographers, as they can take accurate pictures from a distance of 35cm.

Fujifilm Instax Mini 8

The Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 is cute, compact, colorful and probably one of the most popular instant film cameras available today. Thanks to its reasonable price and readily available Fuji Instax film, this little guy is a great choice for anyone looking to delve into the world of instant photography without rifling through boxes of old Polaroids and decoding Impossible Project film compatibility. It features a fixed shutter speed at 1/60, and the flash will always fire and adjust automatically according to your exposure.

Lomo Instant by Lomography

Another instant camera being produced and used today is Lomo’Instant by Lomography. This camera comes with an instant flash. The camera consist of different features that provide more flexibility over photography including different shooting modes, removable lenses, aperture control, and multiple exposure setting.

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A. by Marian Rainer-Harbach
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Camera: Polaroid SLR 680 Film: Impossible Black & Red 600 (2016-07) For Polaroid Week Fall 2017, Day 4, Photo 1. Happy Polaroid Week! I’ll be sharing some memories of a mystical and slightly uncanny summer gone past.

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E. by Marian Rainer-Harbach
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Camera: Polaroid SLR 680 Film: Impossible Black & Red 600 (2016-07) For Polaroid Week Fall 2017, Day 4, Photo 2. Happy Polaroid Week! I’ll be sharing some memories of a mystical and slightly uncanny summer gone past.