Do you love vintage-looking cameras but have a limited budget to spend?
Then Fujifilm’s new Instax Mini 40 might scratch that itch, since it costs just $100 and looks like it came out of photography’s golden age.
This little camera has only two settings and two buttons, so it’s a straightforward affair to take the shot.
Just press the button under the lens to turn the camera on and take a shot in regular mode.
If you pull the lens out, you’ll activate selfie mode, which puts the focus on subjects closer to the lens. Exposure is handled automatically, so you just have to wait a few seconds for your photo to be printed!
If you push the in, you’ll close the camera – it’s that simple!
The Instax Mini 40 uses 2 AA batteries that can handle a lot – about 10 Instax mini film packs, which is 100 shots total.