The Fujifilm Instax Mini 25 brings instant photos back after many years. The principle of instant photography is quite simple; after taking a picture, you wait a few minutes before getting a printout from the camera, which you can share with othe rpeople. The camera uses special photo paper that slides into the unit on a cartridge.
The body of the camera is made of plastic and it has a minimum number of controls. At first glance, you will notice the distinctive lens, a flash and a shutter with an integrated switch. A very simple viewfinder is placed next to the shutter. The lens luminance is f/12.7, but there is also a built-in flash that has a range of about 3m.
This camera has surprisingly low power consumption, which is provided by a pair of CR2 lithium batteries. After you take a photo, the camera prints it out in a few minutes. The Fujifilm Instax Mini 25 is not just an old fashion way of capturing photos; it is a lively and fun way to capture your life moments.