Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic Instant Camera Brown

AED 628.95
AED 628.95
Key Features
  • Gorgeous design
  • Easy operation
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Self-timer, bulb, and double exposure options
  • Color and monochrome film available

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Fujifilm makes various instant cameras that utilization its well known Instax Mini film design. In any case, none are as appealing as the Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic, which incorporates highlights like a rechargeable battery and fully automatic exposure, neither of which you'll discover in the entry-level Instax Mini 9. The Mini 90 costs more, yet in the event that you care as much about how your camera looks as you do about the pictures that leave it, the Mini 90 could merit the premium.

The Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic is the most attractive Instax camera out there. The two-tone complete, with silver accents and your choice of black or brown leatherette, goes far to fortify this.

The brown INSTAX Mini 90 Neo Classic Instant Camera from Fujifilm is a compact camera that supports the use of Fujifilm INSTAX mini-type film to produce an instant credit card-sized prints. It features a 60mm lens that is capable of focusing as close as 11.8 inches away. A built-in flash provides additional illumination for exposures when working in low-light conditions and automatic exposure control helps to ensure consistently accurate exposures in a variety of lighting conditions. An optical viewfinder with integrated target spot is available for image composition and an exposure counter is incorporated into the design to visually display the number of exposures remaining in the film pack.

Party Mode
A longer exposure enables more ambient light to enter, making brighter backgrounds when the foreground is illuminated by the flash.

Kids Mode
Kids mode is useful to capture fast moving subjects like children and pets and is effective even in low light conditions.

Landscape Mode
Shoot in landscape mode when you are shooting subjects that are more than 9' from your camera.

Macro Mode
The INSTAX Mini 90 can focus as close as 11.8 inches when in macro mode, allowing you to shoot subjects very close to your camera's lens.

Bulb Exposure Mode
This mode allows the shutter to stay open for up to 10 seconds.

Double Exposure Mode
While shooting with the double exposure mode, you can expose the same frame with two different images, giving you creative expression and unique photos.

Brightness Control
Four brightness controls (normal, bright, brighter, and dark) allow you to manually adjust the brightness of the photo.

Tripod Socket
The tripod socket on the bottom of the camera is especially useful when shooting long exposures using the bulb mode.

The size is like different cameras that utilization the Instax Mini film format. It quantifies 3.6 by 4.5 by 2.3 inches (HWD) and weighs 10.4 ounces. Its unquestionably the most attractive Mini model from Fujifilm, yet on the off chance that you care about style, remember about Lomography's Lomo'Instant Automat, which is a fine-looking camera in its own right, and accessible in a few distinct completions and special editions. The lens is the equivalent 60mm f/12.7 design utilized in other Instax Mini cameras from Fujifilm. Its point of view coordinates a 35mm full-outline lens, with an optical viewfinder for framing up pictures. In case you're accustomed to shooting with a smartphone, you'll observe the edge of view to be somewhat more tightly than your phone's fundamental camera. On the off chance that you need a more extensive angle, consider the Lomography Lomo'Instant Automat Glass, which includes a more brilliant, more extensive edge f/4.5 glass optic with a 21mm (full-frame equal) edge of the view.

The Mini 90 handles like a point-and-shoot camera, a major in addition to for gathering shots, where guests making snapshots may not be expert photographers. When you turn it on it's ready to take the images, just point and press the shutter down. The flash fires naturally—you'll totally need to utilize it when taking pictures inside or in the shade—however you can debilitate it with a rear button.

The other back buttons enable you to snap macro shots, turn on the self-clock, light up or obscure automatic exposure, or switch the camera's mode. There are exposure settings for portraits, landscape, fast action, long exposures, and various exposures on a similar film outline. The active mode appears on a monochrome back display, and you can go through your alternatives by over and over squeezing the Mode button or turning the control ring around the lens. A second LCD window demonstrates the number of shots left in the film pack. Ergonomics are a stage up from the Mini 9. Double shutter releases are a big reason. One is on the front, set at the centre of the On/Off switch, situated for making pictures in portrait orientation. A second shutter, on the top plate, makes the Mini 90 agreeable to utilize when holding the camera in landscape mode, which can't be said of the Mini 9.

There's a tripod attachment on the right side. It's helpful for times when you need to set the camera up for a gathering shot—there is a self-timer included—or for a long exposure. The Bulb exposure mode will keep the shutter open for whatever length of time that you hold it down, so you can capture light painting or different scenes that require longer exposure times.

The rechargeable battery is an irregularity for moment cameras—normally they are fueled by disposable AA or CR2 cells. The thin NP-45S battery stacks in a back compartment—the plastic battery spread is one of only a handful couple of things about the Mini 90 that looks somewhat modest. It's appraised for 100 shots—10 packs of film. An outer battery charger is incorporated—there's no USB or power input on the Mini 90 for in-camera charging.

The Instax Mini film format is the littlest you can get for a cutting edge instant camera, catching a picture 1.8 by 2.4 inches in size—not unreasonably far away from the measure of a 645 medium format film outline. It is accessible in shading or monochrome, normally with a plain white outskirt, yet there are times where you can get special editions with increasingly beautiful fringes.

The picture quality conveyed by the Mini 90 isn't any superior to anything you'll get with other Fujifilm cameras that utilization a similar lens—the Mini 9 and Mini 70. Yet, the Mini 90 gives you more creative control than different models. You can choose to turn the flash off, and compensate for tricky lighting by dialling in one of three exposure compensation settings. Dark underexposes by 66% of a stop, while you can select the Light (+2/3EV) or Lighter (+1EV). The positive EV change is extremely convenient when shooting an illuminated subject on the off chance that you like to blow out the features on the background instead of using fill flash.

The Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic gains its moniker, as it is effectively the prettiest Instax camera sold today. Its structure is retro, without being cheap, and ought to stay in style for quite a long time to come. Concerning imaging, you get more control over your photos than with other Fujifilm models, which is a big plus for serious photographers.


1 Year
Body Type
Instant Camera
Physical Weight
296.0 gms