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Fujifilm Instax Mini 50S Instant Piano Black Camera


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  • Instax Mini Brand new series!! Credit Card Size Photo
  • Operate with Fujifilm [instax mini] film only
  • Intelligent Flash for Brighter Backgrounds
  • 2-shutter for Easy Landscape or Portrait Photos Shooting mode
  • Automatic Built-in Flash
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Fujifilm Instax Mini 50S Instant Piano Black Camera + Fujifilm Instax Mini Twin Pack Instant Film
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0043TC0BQ
  • Item model number: 50s
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,375 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 21, 2010

Product Description

This package contains:
Instant Camera "instax mini 50S"
Strap
Batteries (CR2)
Instruction Manual
Close-up Lens

Customer Reviews

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I agree that mini 25 is a great camera also, but mini 50s is newer and smaller.
wamskj50
They are perfect sized for your wallet as well as tacking up on a board or on your refrigerator.
Mark
Surprisingly great in lower light conditions, interior shots, once you master the flash.
whateverjo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By wamskj50 on August 5, 2011
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First of all,
I was really amazed how fast it shipped. I ordered this camera and shipped and came within two days and it was free shipping.
I was very satisfied with that.

As of this camera, the picture came out really clear and specific. The flash was amazing.
I was debating whether I should get this mini 50s or mini 25 white one then I compared the size between these two. Mini 50s was little bit smaller than mini 25.
I bought mini 25 for my friend's bday gift and I thought that was very small and compatible instant camera but this mini 50s was smaller than mini 25.
And the color of the photo was just amazing.

Like everybody know, the price of the film is expensive but IT IS DEFINITELY WORTH OF HAVING.
Each picture you take will be the only one that will have for the rest of your life. This isn't like digital camera so once you press the button and take the picture, you can't delete that, and I think that's the most memorable moment.
My friend who has mini 25 told me that after you take these pictures it's more fun to look at the films one by one and never get tired of looking at them.

The timer to take double pictures is really great because you can take two same pictures and give it to someone you love.
I hesitated a lot whether I should purchase mini 25 or mini 50s.
Then I thought, by spending little bit more than the price of mini 25, you can get newer version of instax camera.
I agree that mini 25 is a great camera also, but mini 50s is newer and smaller.
So now I'm really really glad that I made a right choice for myself and got this mini 50s because it's obviously newer than mini 25 and is smaller than mini 25.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By monkeykupo on February 24, 2011
I got the Instax Mini 50s because I thought that the pull-out lens of the 7s was a little random, and I heard that the flash of the 25 was not too smart. So I held out, and now...I have a 50s. I used to have some Polaroid cameras in grade school (both the color polariod and the B&W polaroid where you have to put an emulsion on the print so that it develops), so I have something for reference.

There are some good things about the new Fuji system:
(1) It has a nice clear, picture with fine grain (especially considering that it's 800 ASA film)!
(2) The camera is big, but not as big as it used to be with the polaroids.

The drawbacks:
(1) The images take a while to come up. By a while, think like a minute to see something resembling the final photo, and at least 10 minutes (I'm guessing, I checked again after an hour) to see full color saturation. The initial image looked a bit grey and washed out and low contrast, but the final image was sharp, saturated, and had clearly defined colors.
(2) The Instax mini film is pretty high contrast, even for 800 ASA. Suppose you have a diffuse light source in the room -- when you take a photo with a subject 1/2 in the light, the light gradient won't be as diffuse as it looks IRL. It will be much more marked, almost like a line. So you've been warned!
(3) The print is REALLY small. Now, it says credit card sized. That's kind of like the size of the film. There's a substantial border around the image, so it's actually smaller than a credit card. Perhaps 2/3 of the size of a credit card.
(4) You can't turn off the flash, even in landscape mode.
(5) Prints are something like...$0.70 each if you buy the twin pack (2 x 10 exposures).

I got this camera in place of a photobooth for an event -- it should work, and even with the cost of the film, it will come out to be less than a photobooth.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By whateverjo on March 16, 2013
I've been using my Instax 50s for just under 2 months. I'm completely in love with it.

IMAGE:
- Photo quality is great: small grain, saturated colors. Run a search on instax images to see the results in different lighting conditions.
- This will not produce the vintage atmosphere of Polaroid images without some effort. The Instax colors are more true to life and the grain is finer. However, you can achieve all sorts of results if you play with lighting & other effects; the camera ends up being quite flexible.
- Surprisingly great in lower light conditions, interior shots, once you master the flash.
- The actual image area is smaller than a credit card, roughly 2.5 x 1.75 inches. Of course, if you scan your image to digital, you'll then have a much larger image...so in the end the tiny size is just an idiosyncrasy like any format.

FLASH:
- The flash can be tricky to get used to, as it's automatic & has variable intensity.
- Well-lit shots come out as expected.
- In low light, the flash produces the same ugly effect as any camera. I recommend more light ha ha
- In moderate light, which is what I prefer for grainier, moody shots, I compensate for the flash either with distance or by filtering it (I've used a lens from my sunglasses and also semi-transparent tape, placed directly on the flash not the camera lens)

PERKS:
- The timer allows up to 2 exposures, great for self-portraits.
- Most instant cameras are very bulky but the 50s is small enough to carry in one hand and it'll fit in a medium handbag.
- 2 months & over 200 exposures later, I still haven't needed to replace the batteries, and I'm the type that leaves the camera on & idle for some time.
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