Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 Camera: The Unboxing
Adventures in Instant Film Photography: the Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 Camera
Anytime I get a new piece of photo gear or experiment with new software or apps, I love to share more about it with you here on the blog. In one of my past weekly letters I wrote about my return to analog/film photography (if you want to be the first to hear about new photo gear, creative projects in the works, and improve your photo skills then you don't want to miss out so sign up here!).
I recently returned to the instant photography genre with one of these mini Instax cameras! There are several versions of this type of camera including various colors but I like the look of this one best. Check out the unboxing video I created for the Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 camera below and let me know what you think!
So what does this cute little camera do? The Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 camera has a few advanced features including bulb and double exposures (can't wait to experiment more with these)! It also has new functions and features like a macro mode and high performance flash (although, I don't recommend using on-camera flash ever, instead use the brightness control to compensate for the brightness and darkness).
More photo gear to explore
If you want to check out more awesome photo gear including unboxing and assembly videos then you'll definitely want to check out the Moment Case and Lenses. Moment creates amazing products helping you improve your mobile photography. I participated in one of their Kickstarter campaigns last year for their first version of the Moment case specifically designed for their lenses. Check out the unboxing and the set up of the case and lenses here!
Another recent bit of photo gear I shared about is the Intuos Pro Wacom Tablet. Wacom tablets give you better precision and control over your creative work. You can paint, draw, and sketch with ease as if you are applying pen to paper. The number one advantage of the tablet is the pressure-sensitive grip pen which gives you more options when editing in Photoshop. For example, the harder you press down with the pen the broader the brush stroke will be. I'll be showing you more of what you can do with the Wacom tablet in the coming weeks so keep coming to see more!