Photography and film is a dying tradition. Since the release of the first mobile phone with a digital camera back in 2006, we have been on a fast trend to digitalization in photography which has rendered the use of film in photography almost extinct.
More often than not, we take pictures with our mobile phones, with the promise to make hard prints later. From our friends’ graduation parties, to our first new homes. We have images stashed in our flash drives and memory cards and being the busy people we are, we almost never find time to actually print them, up until it is too late: we lose our phones, or worse our cards get hit by viruses that eat up all those memories we stored.
Well, Fujifilm has now come up with a new stylish Polaroid camera with instant film. It is light, simple to use and comes in a variety of colours such as white, pink, brown, blue and black. It has a shutter speed of 1/60 sec and a focusing range of from 0.6 m to infinity. The imaging is so crisp it makes even an amateur photographer to feel like Picasso!
Often with automation and digitalization, we risk losing touch with culture and sometimes appreciation of how far we have come, and the new Fujifilm instax mini 7s allows you just that.
“Photographs capture moments that are then gone forever, and impossible to reproduce”- Karl Lagerfield. Well the instax 7s is now here to help you along the way.