The Instax® Wide 300 has a brand new contemporary design and many improved features such as tripod socket, advanced optical viewfinder and lens ring dial with focus zone setting. Uses Instax® Wide film for vivid, high-quality instant prints to take photos twice as wide as Instax® Mini Film.
This wide film format is suitable for instant photos at parties / school projects / crafts / business applications and much more. Instax® Wide film captures and delivers vivid, high-quality prints in an instant
The accompanying close-up lens expands the range of photo shooting.
|Instant Film||Fujifilm Instant Color Film "instax® WIDE"|
|Film size||86 x 108mm|
|Picture size||62 x 99mm|
|Lens||Retractable lens, 2 components, 2 elements, f = 95 mm, 1:14|
|Viewfinder||Advanced optical viewfinder, 0.37 x, with target spot|
|Focusing||Motor-driven 2-range switching (0.9m - 3m / 3m - ∞) Normal Mode (0.9m - 3m) Landscape Mode (3m - ∞)|
|Shutter Release||Programmed electronic shutter release, 1/64 sec - 1/200 sec.|
|Exposure control||Automatic, Interlocking range (ISO 800) : LV 10.5 - LV 15 Exposure compensation (Lighten-Darken Control) : ± 2/3EV|
|Film Feeding Out||Automatic|
|Flash||Built-in, automatic electronic flash, Charging time: 0.2 sec - 6 sec (using a new battery), Flash charging indicator (LED lights in red), Fill-in Flash Mode, Effective flash lamp range: 0.9m - 3m|
|Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)||Exposure counter (number of unexposed films), Lighten-Darken control, Fill-in Flash Mode|
|Power Supply||Four size AA 1.5 V alkaline batteries (LR6), Capacity : 10 film packs (Based on our test conditions)|
|Others||With film pack confirmation window, close up lens, and tripod socket included|
|Dimensions & Weight||167.8mm x 94.7mm x 120.9mm (not including protrusions) / 612g (without battery, strap, film pack, and close up lens)|
Jonathan Irish is a professional outdoor, adventure, and travel photographer based in Washington, DC and represented by National Geographic Creative. He specializes in shooting active/adventure lifestyles, landscapes, and cultures abroad. Clients worldwide, including National Geographic, National Geographic Traveler, The New York Times, BBC, CNN, and many others, have published his work. Jonathan is a proud FujiFilm X-Series photographer, and is also a board member of the American Society of Picture Professionals (ASPP), DC-South Chapter.
Prior to this project, Stefanie Payne worked as a creative product development lead for NASA human spaceflight at the agency's headquarters in Washington, DC.
When not telling the story of human exploration in space, she writes about exploration on Earth—with articles appearing in The Huffington Post, The Travel Channel, blogs for The National Geographic Society, The Wall Street Journal, Business Insider, IBTimes, RootsRated, and the Daily Meal.
Stefanie is a DC contributor for RootsRated.com—a fast-growing community of nature addicts dedicated to finding the best of outdoor sport and adventure in the U.S. Stefanie is a member of the Travel Writers Network and is a top reviewer on TripAdvisor, where she is in the top 1% of all Washington, DC reviewers.TheGreatestRoadtrip.com
I think there will forever be a place for instant film. The instant gratification and unique look of the images are something that was sorely missed for me in the last years of shooting digital. Having the opportunity to carry this little gem around and give my subjects an image on the spot is priceless and I look forward to continuing to shoot with it and share even more!