Instax Comparison Mini 7S, Mini 8, Mini 25, Mini 50, Instax 210

Instax Mini 7S
Instax Mini 7S
Instax Mini 25
Instax Mini 25
Instax Mini 50s Piano Black
Instax Mini 50s
High quality picture and simple operation by automatic film feed High quality picture and simple operation by automatic film feed High quality picture and simple operation by automatic film feed
High quality “Fujinon” lens High quality “Fujinon” lens High quality “Fujinon” lens
4 manual exposure mode Automatic exposure mode (no need to set up) Automatic exposure mode (no need to set up)
Automatic flash “Intelligent” flash that make background clear “Intelligent” flash that make background clear
Manual lens use Motorized 3 position collapsible lens Motorized 3 position collapsible lens
1 shutter button (landscape photos can be taken rotating the camera 90°) 2 shutter buttons for easy landscape or portrait photos 2 shutter buttons for easy landscape or portrait photos
Automatic built-in flash Automatic built-in flash Automatic built-in flash
Focusing from 60cm to infinity Focusing from 50cm to infinity Focusing from 60cm to infinity
Focusing from 40 cm by using close-up lens (not included in package/sold separately) Focusing from 30 cm by using close-up lens included in the package Focusing from 30 cm by using close-up lens included in the package
Alkaline batteries AA X 4 included Lithium batteries CR2 X 2 included Lithium batteries CR2 X 2 included
Standard batteries available worldwide Standard batteries available worldwide Standard batteries available worldwide
X Darken/Lighten adjust feature. Darken/Lighten adjust feature
Pink, blue, milk white, choco brown Plain white and Hello Kitty white NEW black color
Heavy and bigger size model (approx. 600 grams ) Small and lighter design (approx. 400 grams) Small and lighter design (approx. 400 grams)
Self-shot mirror not included in package/sold separately along with the close-up lens Built-in self-shot mirror Self-timer shot mode with automatic 2 consecutive shots feature

 

Instax 210 vs Instax Mini 7s

Both instax cameras produce instant, vivid colored photographs minutes after you pressed the click button, but both have very notable difference that you might need to know before deciding which instax is for you.

Here are the main differences between the two instant cameras:

Format, size and price of the film:

  • Instax 210: (Instax Wide Format Film) approximately 3.90″ x 2.44″.
  • Instax Mini 7s: (Instax Mini Film) approximately 2.0″ x 3.0″ (size of a credit card)

Dimension and weight of the camera:

  • Instax 210: Large and bulky, almost the size of a DSLR — 178.5(W) x 94.5(H) x 117.5(D) mm; 650 grams excluding battery, film and strap
  • Instax Mini 7s: Sleek and stylish, can fit a small bag or purse — 119.5(W) x 121.5(H) x 70.5(D)mm; 320 grams excluding battery and film

Technical specs:

  • Instax 210: Automatic adjusting flash, high-resolution retracting close-up lens, electronic shutter, two range selectable shooting options and an LCD control panel displaying focal distance and film count.
  • Instax Mini 7s: Four selectable shooting modes, automatic shutter and flash.

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