Fujifilm launches Instax Mini 12 instant camera for under Rs 10,000


If you like to capture moments in pictures and save them on paper instantly, Fujifilm has a new instant camera for you. The new INSTAX Mini 12 is an entry-level model in the company’s INSTAX series of instant cameras. As the successor to the INSTAX Mini 11, the INSTAX Mini 12 brings upgrades in photography and instant printing.

The new INSTAX Mini 12 features a balloon-like design that gives a peppy look to the traditional DSLR. The instant camera comes in five colours, Lilac Purple, Pastel Blue, Blossom Pink, Mint Green and Clay White.

In terms of features, the INSTAX Mini 12 has Auto Exposure, which was also available on the predecessor INSTAX Mini 11. This feature allows the camera to automatically determine the correct exposure for a scene. When you move the lens one step, ‘close-up mode’ is activated. With this mode, you can click close-up shots and selfies. Fujifilm claims the INSTAX Mini 12 is the first entry-level INSTAX camera to prevent discrepancies between the viewfinder field and the actual printout area in close-up, allowing anyone to enjoy taking close-up shots Is. Specifically for selfies, the INSTAX Mini 12 has a ‘Selfie Mirror’ feature that will capture photos as a preview.

Commenting on the launch of the Instax Mini 12, Koji Wada, Managing Director, Fujifilm India, said, “Instax as a product category is already playing a huge role in perpetuating the culture of photography, especially among our younger generation. Beaches who have shown their love. By buying the Mini 11 in huge numbers across India. The Mini 12 is a step forward in technology that will enhance the INSTAX user experience. Fujifilm will never stop innovating for a better future.”

Instax Mini 12 price and availability

INSTAX Mini 12 is priced at Rs 9,499 and will be available from April 20 via INSTAX online store, Amazon, Flipkart, Nykaa, FirstCry and a few other retail stores.

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