Fujifilm’s Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic screams retro



At long last, Fujifilm has rightfully carried its retro design over to its instant film camera line. The Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic turns its back on the blob-shaped marshmallow-hued shell of its previously launched brethren and mirrors the vintage camera blueprint of the company’s X-Series mirrorless line-up.


The Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic comes in a stunning silver and black body. It uses 86mm x 54mm color film and prints out 62mm x 46mm pictures.


What’s interesting about the camera, apart from its design, is its double-exposure feature that lets you overlay one shot over another in one frame. It also has macro mode, a “Kids Mode” for shooting moving subjects, “Party Mode” for keeping both the foreground and background well-lit in dark shooting conditions, landscape mode, a self-timer function, plus a bulb mode that lets you shoot 10-second exposures at the maximum. The camera also has brightness controls.


The Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic will be sold in the Philippines at a retail price of PHP 8,980.