Preserve a special moment with the Fuji Instax Mini 9 Lime Green Instant Print Camera. The camera is designed for taking casual close-ups and selfies. Its new close-up lens attachment allows you to click photos as close to 35 cm with excellent detail. You can click photos of small objects by keeping the minimum focus distance at 0.6 m. The Instax Mini 9 has a mirror near the lens, which allows you to line up for a selfie. The auto exposure mode is provided in Instax Mini 9, which can adjust aperture, ISO, and shutter speed depending on the scene. The simple ergonomic design of Instax Mini 9 makes it easy to handle.
Optics and Focus
Instax Mini 9 has a 60 mm macro lens that can take high-quality photos. Its minimum focus distance 0.6 m is perfect for taking close up shots. Auto exposure function optimizes the camera settings such as aperture, ISO and shutter speed for ensuring the best image quality. You can switch to manual mode for adjusting the exposure according to your need.
Sensor and Screen
A viewfinder with a minimum magnification of 0.37x is provided in Instax Mini 9. It gives a clear view of the shot to capture the right moment. There is a small mirror beside camera lens, which allows you to frame your selfie shot.
The Instax Mini 9camera has an automatic light adjustment flash that determines the intensity of the flash depending on the brightness in the scene. You can take close-up shots even at night or in dark environments with the flash range of 0.6 m - 2.7 m. The minimum recycle time of 0.2 seconds allows you to take multiple shots instantly. You can peep a track of photos taken with the exposure counter. The auto power off feature powers down the camera when it is kept idle for more than five minutes. This instant camera is compatible with AA-type 1.5 V batteries.
A flash that is embedded or part of the camera. Built-in flashes are found in both DSLR and Point & Shoot cameras. Although practical because of their small size and ease of use, built-in flashes are often ineffective and/or unflattering as a main source of light.