Fujifilm Instax Mini Twin Pack Instant Film
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499 of 527 people found the following review helpful
on January 27, 2010
The twin pack contains two rolls of film that take 10 pictures apiece. This order would get you 20 pictures.
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534 of 568 people found the following review helpful
on January 15, 2014
I gave this five stars because I got exactly what I expected - five packs of Instax Mini film for $38.12. Upon further research, I realized it's much less expensive to buy the double packs ($13.40 each). If you buy three double packs of film for $13.40 each it's only $40.20 and it's still available on Amazon Prime so shipping is free. That's definitely what I'll be doing next time.
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188 of 205 people found the following review helpful
on January 26, 2011
If you have a Polaroid 300 camera don't buy the Polaroid brand film this works just as well. Save yourself some money!
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82 of 88 people found the following review helpful
on May 23, 2012
As someone has mentioned before this film is compatible to Polaroid 300 cameras. So if you want to save a couple dollars on instant film you should definitely purchase Instax Mini film instead of the polaroid one. Its cheaper and the quality is the same :)
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66 of 78 people found the following review helpful
on December 17, 2012
There are a few arguments against instant film in general, and then against the Instax Mini system specifically. While the image quality is better than many so-called 'toy cameras,' you can't go into the instant experience expecting tack-sharp, highly enlargeable results. I shoot film almost exclusively, and I shoot everything from tiny spy Minox cams up to large monorail view cams. Some cameras are methodical tools, requiring the user to iteratively run through series of movements, studying a sheet of ground glass until the image can be recorded perfectly on a sheet of film. And some cameras are just fun to use, full of limitations but full of joy. This is where instant comes in, and Fuji has done a pretty good job with their Instax systems. The other issue is in the divide between the Instax Mini and the Instax Wide. I personally think the Mini is great, even though plenty of people seem to think the images are too small to be practical. My opinion is that the Wide cameras, while producing nice large images, are too large and bulky to be fun. Which, again, is largely the point of instant for me. I use a 50s, which tucks out of the way in a bag pretty handily. So what to do with these card-sized images once you have them?I keep written correspondence with a number of people, and find that they're a great little pack-in for a personal touch. I suppose this was more a review of the system as a whole than of the film, so if you need a review of the film itself, here it is: there's only one emulsion for these cameras, and this is it. This film is useless without the system, and the system is useless without this film, and while there are multiple cameras to choose from, this is all you get for film. If you want a fun little instant system, I highly recommend Instax Mini. And if you take that advice, you're buying this film. I will say, in case it's a dealbreaker, that blues are strong on Instax - the images feel much cooler than Polaroid ever did. If you're looking for the crazy color palette of old Polaroids, you're not going to get it here. This again is a matter, though, of buying for an aesthetic or for the sake of something fun. And Instax is definitely fun.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on January 2, 2015
It was really nice having a physical copy of your memories to hold onto. The camera prints out pictures in a really nice way that makes it seem old and nostalgic which is really nice. And the film gives space to write a caption below it.
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59 of 73 people found the following review helpful
on February 25, 2010
not much to write about, ordered for 18.00, received the twin pack that came with 2 'rolls' that took 10 pictures each, taking a total of 20 photos for the MINI instax.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on January 27, 2015
I am trying to contact the seller my order I recieved contained two film cartiges that wouldn't release the first 7-8 pictures on each cartige which caused a weird exposure on the photo that did finally come out. At first I thought that it was my camera but when it happened with the second cartige as well I realized it was the film because after I finished using the 3 photos it did allow me to take despite a weird exposure effect I put in a color border pack I bought from another seller and had no problems at all. I would like to either be refunded or recieve a new pack.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on May 2, 2014
This 50 pack of Fujimax Intax mini film is worth the money you're paying for. Just remember to take your photos wisely, because these films do run out pretty quickly .
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on January 15, 2014
Super great price and works fantastically! I'd stock up if i were you! I compared the prices of this 2-pack to the prices of the 5-packs or the 2 5-packs and came to the conclusion it was cheaper to just stick with buying the 2-packs! Its a great prices and definitely the cheapest and best option!
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