15 Dec The best instant cameras in 2016

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Digital has killed analogue photography right? Well, that may the case in most areas, but analogue is fighting back. 

Whether it’s nostalgia creeping back or the unique aesthetic they provide, instant cameras and their distinct prints are seeing a renaissance – even with the dominance of the smartphone, you can’t beat having a print in your hand. 

So, whether you’re looking for a fun instant camera to bring out at parties, or wanting to get a bit more creative with your photography, then you’ll want one of these cracking cameras below.

Cheap and cheerful, the instax mini 70 is a cost-effective way to get into instant photography. The only thing you need to be careful of is that you don’t obscure the flash with your finger when you’re taking shots vertically. Everything else is taken care of – focusing, exposure and flash are all fully automatic. The inability to control the flash manually can be a bit of an annoyance – you’d need the more expensive mini 90 for that – but you do get a selfie mode and even a tiny selfie mirror on the front. The direct vision viewfinder is a little cramped, but effective enough. It’s maybe not the kind of camera you’d use for analogue ‘art’ projects, but we really liked the instax 70 as a simple party accessory – and the results are just as good as those from the other instax mini cameras, including the Leica Sofort.

It’s chunky and solid, and although it’s made of plastic, it’s…

Fujifilm Instax Mini 70 – Instant Film Camera (Gold)
Fujifilm Instax Mini 70 – Instant Film Camera (Red)
Fujifilm Instax Mini 70 – Instant Film Camera (Black)
Fujifilm Instax Mini Instant Film (3 Twin Packs, 60 Total Pictures)

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