The Fujifilm Instax 100 is an instant camera and was introduced in 1999. Later it was replaced by the Instax 200. Which is almost identical to it, but has a slightly different design. For example, the flash is not in the middle, but on the side, just like the buttons.
The camera selects the exposure time and aperture (fixed aperture of f/14) on its own. If it is too dark, the flash is automatically switched on. Focusing is done with buttons on the back of the camera. There are two settings there, one for close-ups (0.9 to 3 m) and one for more distant subjects (3 m to infinity).
Pictures for every product that you see are our own photos but it’s not without exception that some are the actual pictures of the item.
Because of the utter amount of different items we’re unable to photograph them one by one.
With this said the pictures you see here are only indicative of the item you will receive.
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