Fujifilm launches ‘instax mini 9′ camera in India
The well-known manufacturer of imaging goods Fujifilm has rolled a new camera in the country. Named as instax mini 9, the camera has a price tag of Rs 5,999 and sports the similar design as its precursor—instax mini 8. It also has a selfie mirror located near to the lens, which permits consumers to accomplish the most excellent angle.
Fujifilm instax mini 9 features mechanical exposure measurement for settings of aperture, along with a high-key approach that permits users to take brighter images. In addition to this, it also offers a close-up lens. The instax range now contains mini 70, mini 25, wide 300, mini Hello Kitty, and mini 90 cameras.
Speaking of the camera, Assistant Vice President of Fujifilm, S.M. Ramprasad, claimed, “We welcome our innovative iconic camera ‘instax mini 9’ into the instax series of camera, integrated with advanced features and updated technology. The new device has been developed keeping in mind the eternally altering preferences of the youth in India”.
Earlier in 2017, Fujifilm rolled out its X-T20 and X100F cameras. When it comes to the resolution, the 23.6 x 15.6 mm APS-C sensor of the X100F is made up of a 24.3-megapixel X-Trans CMOS, which is much better than the 16-megapixel sensor employed in the precursor X100T. This feature is similar to that of the company’s X-T2 and X-Pro2 flagships. Coupled with an image processing engine (X-Processor Pro), the camera sports an ISO range of 200 to 12,800, which is flexible to 100 to 51,200. It can record full HD video with a speed of up to 60 fps and click pictures at 8 fps.
The Fujifilm X100F also sport inbuilt Wi-Fi, enabling remote shooting through iOS or Android apps and sharing of images. Besides the camera, Fujifilm has declared 2 new renovation lenses for telephoto or wide-angle shooting. These can change the view to a 50-mm or 28-mm equivalent and are mechanically verified by the camera, which showcases a frame guide.
For now, the new Fujifilm instax mini 9 is definitely a treat for the youths of India and all the photographers.