The joy of instant gratification is indescribable and what better way to satisfy that craving than with an instant camera, even better: with an instant camera that produces wider prints like the
Instax Wide 300.
The Fujifilm Instax Wide 300 camera employs the bigger of Fuji's two instant film sizes, producing photographs that are 3.9 by 2.4 inches in dimensions - which is twice as large as the Instax Mini format. This camera is user-friendly and comes with an automatic flash that operates in low light settings, even if you overlook turning it on. However, there's only one other exposure adjustment available - the option to brighten or darken the picture - which might be a concern for serious photographers who prefer to have manual exposure control.
The camera comes with a close-up lens attachment that allows you to take pictures from as close as 42cm to the subject. The lens locks to a focus range of 0.9 to 3m when the camera is powered on and if you rotate the barrel of the lens, it switches to the focus range of 3 meters to infinity. There is also a socket in the camera for attaching it to a tripod so taking steady or group shots would be easier.
Instax Wide 300 comes in two colour variants: Black and Toffee at a Price of ₹6,999.