Fujifilm has recently announced its new retro-stylish instant camera, the Fujifilm Instax mini 90. Based on its design, the camera seems a traveled back in time device. It will remind cameras from Polaroid but the new Instax mini 90 comes with up-to-date features. Interestingly, the Fujifilm Instax mini 90 is actually analog camera that uses real film.
The new ‘Neo Classic’ camera is inspired by Fujifilm’s own X-Series that especially on its design. Fujifilm Instax mini 90 camera has features a 1/400/sec shutter speed, macro mode, and a rechargeable li-ion battery. The camera provides controls, which is combination from knobs and dials. Reportedly, the bulb mode of camera will be keep the shutter is open at least for 10 seconds.
In Japan, the analog photography lovers will get it in September, while it should be available in the United States starting the spring of next year.