Main Features

Various Functions that Enhance Image Quality and Expand Photo Possibilities

High performance flash

The high performance flash emits the ideal amount of the light finely adjusted for the distance to the subject and ambient brightness. It helps to optimize the exposure.

Party mode

The party mode enables the background as well as the subject to be captured brightly.

Normal mode

Party mode

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Kids mode

This mode is helpful to capture fast moving subjects like children and animals.

Note: Use of this mode is effective in shooting under low light conditions, such as room light or on a cloudy day.

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Landscape mode

It is best suited to target a distant subject (3m to ∞).

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Brightness control

You can add a low-key or high-key effect by controlling the brightness of photos.

Normal (N)

Bright (L)

Brighter (L+)

Dark (D)

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Macro mode

The newly equipped macro mode lets you enjoy stunning close-up photography.

Note: Close-up from 30 cm to 60 cm is possible.

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Newly Equipped Shooting Modes that Make instax More Fun

Bulb exposure mode

In bulb exposure mode, the shutter remains open (up to 10 seconds) while the shutter button is depressed, enabling photo capture that shows attractive night views and light streaks.You can take expressive photos, with more fun added to instax photography.

Shutter open 1 sec.

Shutter open 4 sec.

Shutter open 8 sec.

Double exposure mode

By selecting the double exposure mode and pressing the shutter button twice, you can superimpose two different images in one frame to create an artistic photo. Show your creativity with a unique photo.

Shot 1

Shot 2

Improved Usability & Product Design that Support your Photo Shooting

MODE dial

The buttons on the back and the dial around the lens unit let you select modes and functions easily.


A rechargeable battery is used.

Tripod socket

The tripod socket mount enables the instax to be attached to a tripod giving it stability, especially important when using the double exposure or bulb mode.

Power switch & Shutter button

The power switch and shutter button are placed close to each other, making it easy for you to switch on and take a picture quickly.