When did the Instax Wide 300 come out?

When did the Instax Wide 300 come out?

Spring 2015
Instax Wide cameras

Model Release Size W×H×D (mm)
Instax Wide 300 Spring 2015 167.8 × 94.7 × 120.9 mm
Lomo’Instant Wide Spring 2016
Mint Instantkon RF70 May 2019
Mint Instantkon RF70 Auto May 2019

What film does Instax Wide 300 use?

FUJIFILM Wide 300 Overview Instantly capture moments and create memories with the black INSTAX Wide 300 Instant Film Camera from FUJIFILM. Utilizing large format INSTAX instant film, the INSTAX Wide 300 can create images 2.4 x 3.9″ in size on a 3.4 x 4.3″ piece of film.

What is the biggest instax film?

Fujifilm Instax Wide 300 Instant Film
Fujifilm Instax Wide 300 Instant Film Camera This model uses Instax Wide film, which generates 4.3-inch by 3.4-inch prints—the largest of the instant film standards. To fit film packs that large, this is a somewhat beefy camera, so it’s probably a little big for kids, and a bit cumbersome to hold for selfies.

What is the oldest Instax Mini camera?

Instax Mini 10
The first camera and accompanying film, the Instax Mini 10 and Instax Mini film, were released on November 10, 1998.

Is Instax Wide discontinued?

Expands the potential for artistic, fashion and street photography within the Instax wide format. Works in all Instax wide style cameras….Product information.

Product Dimensions 4 x 1.88 x 4.88 inches
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No
Date First Available October 27, 2017
Manufacturer FUJIFILM

What is the newest Instax camera?

Instax Mini 11
Fujifilm’s Instax cameras are among the best-selling in the world and the company has now revealed its latest model, the Instax Mini 11, as the successor to the popular Instax Mini 9 (the ‘Mini 10’ name has already used by an old 1998 model and has therefore been skipped in the current range).

How many pictures can a Polaroid camera take?

Current Polaroid film is different from the Polaroid film of the past.

What type of film does a Polaroid 300 use?

Polaroid 300 instant film
Features include 4 scene settings, and an automatic flash to help you capture the perfect shot. It uses Polaroid 300 instant film, and is powered by 4 x AA batteries. The Polaroid 300 produces instant, vivid, high-quality business card size prints, bringing back the fun of instant photos!