This model features selfie mode, and its great for taking photos in lowlight condtions thanks to an auto exposure mode
But cycling through allows you to set the focus mode to landscape or macro, force the flash to fire, or enable Hi-key shooting, which brightens photos.
The camera is very easy to hold and light too. It weighs only 338g with film and batteries loaded.
Shooting modes include: Macro, Landscape, Selfie, Self timer and 'High-key' mode (more on that below). A small LCD window on the back displays the active mode, as well as the number of remaining shots.
Another neat feature that makes taking selfies easier and more intuitive is a built in selfie mirror that’s located to the right of the lens. It allows you to view your shots in real time, even though your eye isn’t facing the viewfinder.
A little more advanced than the Instax Mini 9, the Instax Mini 70 offers a few more features, but is still a cost-effective way to get into instant photography.
Attractive design and available in a variety of metallic colours. More control over the exposure in dark conditions due to variable shutter speed
Incredible light and flash blending ability
To do the same, the Fuji 8 or 9 require the use of a snap-on lens adapter that is easily lost. The Fuji 70 is much more elegant in this regard, and if selfies or other close-up shots are going to be your primary subject, it’s worth upgrading to the 70.
It’s a very light camera and easy to carry around. I especially like how the flash brightens up portraits and the slight vignette in landscape mode darkens bright skies.