Fujifilm Instax Mini 7S Camera Demonstration – Howtoshtab – how to, lifehacks, tips and tricks

Hello, this is Brandon Remler of Fujifilm USA, and I’m here at the Unique Superstore out at in Fairfield, New Jersey. Today we’re going to introduce the new Fujifilm Instax Mini 7S camera. The Instax Mini is the second in our Instax line, and you can see here we have the Instax Mini which comes in white, like you see, and of course the film for it, which is the twin pack. Two sets of ten pictures in the box. Which we’ll get to in a minute. The Instax Mini is an incredibly cute and fun camera. Very simple, easy operation, and we’re going to go through that with you now. As you can see here now from the camera, the controls are pretty much an on/off button, which is.

.. set like this. On and off. And then, we’ll show you in a minute, a little closer, the controls for shooting if you’re indoor or outdoor depending on cloudy or sunny days. And of course, the camera is powered with four double A batteries, which are in the side here. The Instax Mini is handled as such: We have our twin pack of camera film, which we can just open up… easily, as you can tell. Two packs in each. We’re going to load the film into the back of the camera. So the Instax Mini has the indicator of film counter and whether there is film inside, which I’ll show you in a minute. So you just pop open the back. When you pick your film you have a yellow indicator, and a yellow indicator stripe right there. You match the two up by sliding it in. Close the back.

And then you can see that there is film in through here. You turn on the camera. Wait for the green light. The first picture is just.to remove the cover of the film. And now the indicator shows you that you have 10 frames. And, back here, of course, is the indication of the symbols on top, which are indoor, cloudy, fine, which would be a mostly sunny or overcast day, and then clear, which would be a clear, sunny day. They correspond to the switches right up here as well. For all indoor shooting, of course, I would make sure you’re on the house scene, since you need a flash where you’re indoors with the Fujifilm Instax. And that’s the operation of loading the film. On and off..

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