How do I take good pictures with my Instax Mini 8?
10 tips for shooting better instax photos
- Keep your distance to avoid a selfie fail.
- Avoid subjects too small in the frame.
- Don’t allow fingers in the shot or obscure the flash.
- Use natural light where possible.
- Try the same subject from different angles.
- Good subjects for instant photography.
- Contrast your subject with their background.
Is the Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 worth it?
FujiFilm Instax Mini 8 Film
They come in packs of 10 shots, so it’s worth picking up a few boxes. I’ve found that the bundle packs often present good value, and it’s handy to have spares on hand. The film is ISO 800, so is usable under flexible lighting conditions.
Does Instax Mini 8 and 9 use the same film?
In the case of the Instax Mini 8 and 9, however, they are so similar that you could easily be tricked into thinking they were the same camera. Not only do they share the same friendly, almost toy-like design, but the brightness settings, lens and film are also identical.
What are the different settings on Instax Mini 8?
Instax® Mini 8
Brightness Adjustment Dial – Automatically determines the best brightness and suitable setting by lighting the corresponding mode (Indoors, Cloudy, Sunny, Very Sunny). High-Key Photo – Setting the brightness adjustment dial to high-key mode allow you to take images with a softer impression.