Fujifilm INSTAX 300 Wide Photo Case & Instant Camera
Last updated: October 11, 2021
We looked at the top Instant Cameras and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Instant Camera you should buy.
If you prefer wider images, the Fujifilm 300 Photo Instant Camera is the camera to choose. Your prints will be closer to what older instant cameras printed out, unlike the small photos other instant cameras provide. It also comes with a built-in tripod socket so you can set your camera up to take steady shots.
In our analysis of 119 expert reviews, the Fujifilm INSTAX 300 Wide Photo Case & Instant Camera placed 7th
when we looked at the top 15 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below
From The Manufacturer
The Fujifilm instax 300 Instant Film Camera is a compact, instant-film camera that you’ll want to take everywhere. This camera’s simple operation make it great for parties, art projects, and anywhere you’d like to take instant photos. The camera produces near-instant, vivid, high-quality prints. The camera brings back the fun of instant photos. Give prints away or trade with friends right on the spot. Fun, instant prints Included close-up attachment with self-portrait mirror; reduces minimum focus to approximately 15.0″ Motorized film advance High-resolution retracting lens Exposure Compensation controls Built-in flash
What experts liked
The Wide 300 produces larger, wider prints at a lower price and runs on AA batteries
the Instax Wide 300 maintains good color saturation and separation, resulting in a much more immersive image.
Uses large Instax Wide instant film. Includes close focus adapter. Creates charming physical prints.
This camera won't slip into a purse or bag with ease, but it'll give you way bigger, wider shots that are closer in size to the classic square Polaroid pictures.
The Instax 300 wide might look big and clumsy but it’s light, and the generous grip makes it easy to hold and use.
Uses the largest Instax format. Positive and negative exposure compensation modes. Close-up lens included. Tripod socket.
What experts didn't like
The camera lacks a timer, you’ll have to leave someone in charge of pressing the shutter button.
The Fujifilm Instax Wide 300 performed at or near the front of the field in most of our tests, lagging a bit only in image settings and film costs.
Limited exposure control. Big. Can be expensive for high-volume shooters.
The only drawback to the Wide 300 is that its viewfinder is way off in the corner, so framing shots takes a lot of practice.
For a big camera, though, the Instax Wide 300 has a tiny viewfinder. It takes practice even to get your eye lined up with the eyepiece.
Difficult to frame close-ups. No way to disable flash. Impractical, small viewfinder.
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