Polaroid may be fighting its way back into the hands of hipsters and photography nerds everywhere, but Fujifilm is trying to take the market from under their feet with their Instax range of cameras. They've just announced the Instax Mini 7S and Instax 210 for Australia, letting kids shoot and print photos in a single device.
The mini 7S lets you take a photo and then print it immediately on a white bordered credit-card sized print. It's a fairly basic model without a lot of variety in shooting options, unlike the Instax 210 which prints images on a wide instant colour film. It offers an adjusting lens, large viewfinder, retracting lens and an LCD control panel.
Both Instax cameras are nice and cheap, with the 7S selling for $164 and the 210 going for $176. In a world of digital cameras, these old school cameras are cheap enough to make them an interesting side project for kids wanting to learn more about photography, or anyone feeling nostalgic for instantly printed photos...