*Click* The blinding flash fills the party room, you hear the motor working hard to squeeze that thin piece of white plastic sheet out of the camera. A few minutes later, as if like magic, that moment of joy emerges from this blank canvas, forever captured. Instant photography has been around for decades, but the anticipation of seeing the image developed and witnessing that mesmerising magic still get me excited every time I press down on the shutter button. Maybe that’s why when I first come across Fujifilm’s wide format Instax film, I naturally put on my research hat and decided to get my hands on it.
Instax wide 300 is meaty. And it has to be. The Instax Wide film is double the size that of their popular Instax mini, which is roughly the size of a credit card. The film itself comes in at 8.6 x 10.8…
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