Top 5 Best Instant Cameras

Compare the specifications of our top 5 best instant cameras in our comparison table below.
 

Fujifilm
Instax Mini 8

Fujifilm
Instax Mini 90

Fuji Film
Instax Wide 300

Polaroid
Snap

Polaroid
Z2300





Avg. Usr Rating
4.6 Stars
4.6 Stars
4.4 Stars
3.9 Stars
4.1 Stars
ColoursBlack / White / Yellow / Blue / Purple / Raspberry / PinkBlackBlackBlack / Blue / Red / WhiteBlack / Blue / Purple / Red / White
Picture Size62 x 46mm62 x 46mm62 x 99mm2" x 3"2" x 3"
Built-In Flash
Brightness Adjustment
Self-Timer
Macro
Double Exposure
Bulb Exposure
Micro SD Card Slot
Tripod Mount
Battery2 x AA BatteriesNP-45A Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Battery4 x AA BatteriesLithium-Ion Rechargeable Battery (built-in)Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Battery
Included Accessories
  • Hand Strap
  • 4 x AA Batteries
  • Shoulder Strap
  • Rechargeable Battery
  • Battery Charger
  • Shoulder Strap
  • Macro Lens
  • Batteries
  • N/A
  • Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Battery
  • 10 x Premium ZINK Photo Paper Sheets
  • Power Charger
  • USB Cable
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    Average User Rating – This is based on our own research in product testing and user feedback. Clicking on each product takes you to Amazon’s product page where you can read customer reviews on the product you’re interested in.

    Best Value / Top Rated / Top Specs / Best Choice – Products that we consider to excel in a certain area such as value for money, reputation or technology have been given one of our aforementioned labels of recognition.

    Picture Size – This relates to the size of the printed photo area. The actual film will be slightly larger as there will be white space around the picture.

    Light Adjustment – You can manually control the brightness of the photo to suit background lighting. Some instant cameras will have an auto light adjustment and will not allow you to manually control it.

    Double Exposure – Allows you to merge two pictures into one for more creative photos.

    Bulb Exposure – Allows you to snap photos that are minutes long rather than seconds. This creates a stretched or warped type imagery which is perfect for scenes where there are street lights, fireworks. lightning and other lighting.

    Macro – This is a setting on a digital camera that allows the photographer to focus on subjects that’s close to the camera lens, especially small or detailed objects such as plants and insects.

    Price – If you want to know the price of any of the models, just click on the Buy Now button or Check Price and you’ll be redirected to the product page on Amazon.com. The reason we don’t put prices is because they constantly change and there are so many sellers offering different prices.