Generalfujifilm camera??
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Does anyone on the tech game own a fujifilm camera? I have been thinking about buying one so I can make a scrap book of things my partner and I do together.
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I have a fujifilm x-e3. quite expensive and fortunately I didn't buy it myself as it was a gift when I graduated high school. super nice camera , not too sure what you're looking for though, willing to answer any questions if you want to shoot me a PM.
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A few years ago I got my girlfriend one of the Fujifilm Instax Minis. I don't remember exactly which one, but it was one of their cheaper ones and it still worked great. As long as you put the camera in the right mode it should take a great picture and it also tells you what mode to have it in.

I'd say 1-2/10 pictures comes out with flaws or just not good in general and the film can end up being a bit expensive if you take a lot of pictures but we've always been happy with it.

I'm sure if you got one of the newer and/or more expensive ones then you'd be even happier, regardless they are solid, cheap, and effective Polaroid cameras.
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Me and my partner both have one and use frequently, nine times out of ten you get terrific photos however as mentioned by maze you do get ones which aren't photo box worthy. fortunately for me my partner is a fantastic photographer and very experienced with them lmao so we rarely have bad photos.

depending on which one you are looking to get, instax minis dependant on the model are very cutting edge now with numerous settings on there for outdoor/indoor shots. we mostly take indoor shots as too much light on polaroid film can give you some very washed images. however there a various polaroids you can by but most certainly recommend the Onestep+.
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