Overview: The Fujifilm Instax mini 90 instant camera can take
photos and instantly produce a sharp, high quality, credit card-sized print. The Instax
mini 90 comes with a neck strap, a rechargeable battery and a battery charger.
Instax mini Film: The Instax mini 90 uses
mini film, which comes in 2 packs of 10 sheets each. (No film
is included with the camera). The mini 90 is also compatible with Instax
mini Rainbow film, which comes in a box of 10 sheets in multiple colors. The camera instantly produces full color photos on
special paper that is 3.39" wide and 2.13" high. The image appears on the paper
as 2.44" wide by 1.81" high.
Viewfinder: You can frame your shots using the 0.37x Real
Image viewfinder, with a target spot to help you center your pictures. When
shooting in Macro mode, the viewfinder automatically adjusts itself for proper
framing and centering.
Lens: The Instax mini 90 has a retractable 2-element 60mm lens.
The normal focusing range is approximately 24" to infinity. You can switch to
Macro mode when your subject is between 11.81" to 24" away.
Shooting Modes: The Instax mini 90 offers six shooting
modes. You can select the shooting mode by pressing the Mode button on the back
panel, or rotating the Mode ring (surrounding the lens) until the icon for the
desired shooting mode appears in the LCD panel. The available shooting modes
- Standard: This is the default shooting mode. The flash
fires or the shutter speed varies according to the brightness of the scene.
In dark places, the shutter speed is set to 1/30 second.
- Party: The Party mode can be used to make backgrounds
brighter. The flash fires at a slow shutter speed (slow synchro). The camera
should be held very still, or even mounted to a tripod, to prevent blurring.
- Kids: The Kids mode helps you capture fast moving
objects without blurring.
- Landscape: The Landscape mode is recommended for
shooting distant scenes (9.84' to infinity), such as expansive landscapes or
- Double Exposure: The Double Exposure lets you take two
shots in one picture. The film does not advance or eject after the first
exposure, and allows you to take a second picture over the first. Setting
the brightness to "D" is recommended when photographing in a bright area.
- Bulb: The Bulb mode can be used when shooting at night
or in dark areas. The shutter remains open as long as the shutter button is
pressed (up to 10 seconds). Placing the camera on a table or a tripod is
Dual Shutter Buttons: The Mini 90 has two shutter buttons. One is located on the front panel that can be used for taking pictures in the portrait orientation. When you rotate the camera to the landscape orientation, a second shutter button is conveniently located on the top.
Exposure Control: The camera has an automatic exposure control with a
programmed electronic shutter release. Shutter speeds are 1.8 to 1/400 seconds.
You can adjust the brightness of the photos by choosing one of the three
settings: "L" to lighten the picture, "L+" to make the picture even lighter, or
"D" to darken the picture.
Dual LCDs: The rear panel features two LCD panels: one for
showing the current shooting modes, and the other indicates the number of
remaining shots in the film pack.
Flash: The camera features an automatic electronic flash
with four available flash modes. Normal flash fires automatically when the
lighting on the subject is low. You can select Fill Flash to force the flash to
fire regardless of the brightness. When photographing people, Red-eye removal
flash will fire three pre-flashes before taking the picture to minimize the
red-eye effect. The flash can be turned off if you want to shoot without flash.
Power: The Instax mini 90 is powered by the NP-45A
Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery. The battery charges in approximately 110
minutes in the supplied BC-45C battery charger. With a fully-charged battery, the camera should be able to shoot and print
about 100 pictures (ten 10-picture film packs).
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