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instax mini 40 | FUJIFILM

instax mini 40 | FUJIFILM




Automatic Exposure

The mini 40 automatically

adjusts to surrounding brightness

Selfie Mode


Simply pull out the lens

to start taking selfies

More fun with

Selfie Mode

Selfie Mode also
captures close-up shots clearly

Close-up range

30 to 50 cm



FUJIFILM instax mini instant film

Photo Picture Size

62 mm × 46 mm


2 components, 2 elements, f = 60 mm, 1:12. 7


Real image finder, 0.37×, with target spot

Shooting Range

0.3 m and beyond (use selfie mode for 0.3 m to 0.5 m)


Programmed electronic shutter 1/2 to 1/250 sec. Slow synchro for low light

Exposure Control

Automatic, Lv 5.0 to 14.5 (ISO 800)

Film Ejection


Film Developing Time

Approx. 90 seconds (varies depending on the ambient temperature)


Constant firing flash (automatic light adjustment), recycle time: 6.5 seconds or less (when using new batteries), effective flash range: 0.3 to 2.7 m

Power Supply

Two AA-size alkaline batteries (LR6), capacity: approx. 10 instax mini film packs of 10 exposures each

* Manganese batteries cannot be used.

Auto Power Off Time

After 5 minutes


Includes film counter and film pack confirmation window


104 mm × 121 mm × 65 mm


330 g (without batteries, strap, and film)


Camera Case (sold separately)

Compatible film

Instant Film

Film size : 86mm×54mm

Image size : 62mm×46mm

See film lineup here

What is Automatic Exposure?


Selfie Mode

Press the power button to automatically extend the lens

Pull out the lens to switch to Selfie Mode. When you see the SELFIE ON mark, you’re ready to Selfie!

Using the mirror, check your framing and take your shot


instax mini 12™ – Instax

Selfie Mode

Simple Operation

Iconic Design

instax mini 12™


Mirror, mirror on the instax mini 12™

With a perfectly positioned selfie mirror, close-up mode and automatic flash control the instax mini 12™ is more than just a pretty face. It’s a selfie extraordinaire

Twist & shoot

The instax mini 12™ is designed for true on-the-go, in-the-moment use. Twist the lens to turn on. Twist further to use close-up mode. Twist to turn off. That’s it, lesson over!

Style that pops

The instax mini 12™ brings an “inflated” look to an already iconic design with five colors to choose from – Pastel Blue, Mint Green, Blossom Pink, Lilac Purple and Clay White.

Ready when you are

The instax mini 12™ features automatic exposure and flash control, so there’s no need to adjust any settings or fiddle with the flash. Just point, click and enjoy your instax mini™ instant photo!


And they’re off

It’s fast. Approximately 5 seconds fast. Take your pic and watch it eject lightning quick (development time approximately 90 seconds), all without compromising on image quality.

Center yourself

Introducing parallax correction, aka, “what you see is what you get.” Twist into close-up mode and the viewfinder lines up neatly with the lens, so the shot you get is always the shot you see.

Get the instax

® experience with our Smartphone App

Introducing the instax UP!™ App, a new way to keep all your instax® photos digitally in one  place. Simply scan your physical instax® photos  with your Smartphone to turn them into sharable, digital photos that you can edit, tag and save.

Download the free instax UP!™ App

for Apple iOS and Android


Credit card-

sized joy.

The folks at Fujifilm went the extra mile to deliver prints that’ll last a lifetime, whether you’re putting them on your wall or sharing them with a friend.

Explore All Film

Shop MINI Twin Film Pack

Dare to go wild?

Bold colors. Fun patterns. Throwback vibes. All that and more on the frames of our instant film.

MINI Twin Film Pack

MINI Heart Sketch film

MINI Stone Gray Film

MINI Spray Art Film

MINI Contact Sheet Film 

MINI Blue Marble Film

MINI Macaron Film

MINI Rainbow Film

MINI Candy Pop Film

MINI Monochrome Film

MINI Black Border Film

MINI Confetti Film

MINI Sky Blue Film

MINI Pink Lemonade Film

MINI Mermaid Tail Film


Film type

  • Uses Fujifilm instax miniTM instant color film (available separately)

Film Size

  • Full size of print – 86 mm x 54 mm
  • Size of picture – 62 mm x 46 mm

Developing Time

  • Approx. 90 seconds (varies depending on ambient temperature)
  • 0.37x real image viewfinder with target spot
  • 2 components, 2 elements

Focal length

  • f = 60 mm, 1:12.7

Shooting range

  • 30 cm and beyond (use selfie mode for 30 cm to 50 cm)

Programmed electronic shutter

  • 1/2 to 1/250 sec. Slow synchro for low light


  • Lv 5.0 to 14.5 (ISO 800)

Exposure control

  • Automatic
  • Two AA-size alkaline batteries (LR6), capacity approx. 10 instax® mini film packets of 10 exposures each

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instax mini 11 | FUJIFILM

Promotion Movie

Tutorial Movie

‘s high-precision metering system automatically sets the optimum shutter speed and flash intensity according to the brightness of the environment—no need for special settings.


Other cameras instax mini

The light from the flash does not reach the background, making the photo look dark.

instax mini 11


mini 11 automatically adjusts the flash brightness so that the subject and background are equally bright.

To instantly switch to selfie mode
, just pull out the lens!


  1. Press the power button and the lens will pop out automatically.

  2. Pull the lens ring out. If you see the “SELFIE ON” mark, then it is in selfie mode!

  3. You can check your framing with a mirror next to the lens.

In selfie mode, you can shoot up to 30 cm away.

The instax printouts are for illustrative purposes only.

Camera design

Accessories (sold separately)

Cases for cameras

See accessories list

Compatible film Snapshot


pack of 10 frames
pack of 20 frames

Film size : 86mm×54mm
Image size : 62mm×46mm


pack of 10 frames

Film size : 86mm×54mm
Image size : 62mm×46mm

See film range here


See specifications

Photo paper FUJIFILM instax mini instant photo paper
Image size 62 mm × 46 mm
Lens Two-piece, two-element lens, f=60mm, 1:12.7
Viewfinder Real image viewfinder, 0. 37x magnification, with focus point
Shooting range 0.3m or more (Use self-portrait mode for 0.3-0.5m)
Closure Programmed electronic shutter 1/2 – 1/250 sec. Slow sync in low light
Exposure control Automatic, LV 5.0 – 14.5 (ISO 800)
Photo output Automatic
Photo paper development time Approx. 90 seconds (time dependent on ambient temperature)
Flash Continuous flash (auto light control), recycling time: 6.5 seconds or less (when using new batteries), effective flash range: 0.3-2.7 m
Food Two AA (LR6) alkaline batteries, capacity: approx. 10 instax mini cartridges, 10 sheets each
Auto power off time After 5 minutes
Other Includes frame counter and photo paper loading confirmation window
Dimensions 107. 6 mm × 121.2 mm × 67.3 mm
Weight 293 g (excluding batteries, strap and photo paper)

For products manufactured from June 2022, the shutter button accessories have been replaced with a sticker.

Download user manual

Fuji Instax Mini B&W Film Review
– The Retrocam

Instax Mini ran into a number of issues, the biggest being the lack of really good lenses. Shooting at ISO 800 means you won’t have the same opportunities as with ISO 400, 100 or 200. Plus, keep in mind that this is analog photography. The absolute best shots we’ve seen come from Steven Lloyd and Brock Saddler, who found ways to work with vintage cameras through a variety of simple and fun tricks. Manual control of aperture and shutter speed, combined with the ability to work with studio flashes, will be a godsend. But at the moment, it seems that no one from Fuji Instax wants to give us that opportunity.

So sad because the Instax Mini is essentially a 645 format.





Instax Mini Monochrome Film


4 x 0.75 x 2.5 in.


0.1 lb

Pack quantity


Gross weight

0.22 lbs

Ease of use/Field notes

Loading film into the camera. You simply insert the film with the yellow label facing out, take a test shot to remove the black label, and you’re done. It’s as simple as 1, 2, 3. But where it really gets difficult in the end is in understanding how to work with it. And some of the cameras it’s designed for just don’t make it that easy to use. It’s not really a lack of film – it’s just like I love using the “pinhole” mode on the Diana F+ and I also like using the viewfinder when I attach an ND filter to create a “pinhole” effect. On top of that, cameras like the Mint TL70 often take lighting effects into a factor and make it quite difficult to expose a scene. You have control over the aperture, but that’s about it.

Studio flashes are also quite difficult to use with all these cameras, with the exception of the Diana F+. Paired with glass lenses, you get something a little more.

Instax Monochrome medium contrast black and white film. I wouldn’t describe it as high contrast or low contrast, it depends a lot on how you expose the scene. It’s easy to light up a scene, so if manual exposure is possible, I recommend lowering the f-number. Unfortunately, it will be difficult at first if you don’t know your camera’s shutter speed. It’s a little easier with Diana F+ because you know your shutter speed is always 1/60 and your aperture changes based on your settings. But again, film is quite difficult to work with simply because of the lack of suitable cameras available.

For my own purposes, I decided to use the camera with this film for portrait and pinhole shooting. If you understand a little about “pinhole”, then be sure to shoot on b / w cassettes. Portrait photography is also definitely suitable for this type of film. I firmly believe it’s a waste of time to load your camera with this film and just use it at parties. Color film does an excellent job of partying, but black and white makes you feel artistic emotions.

Because of all these variables, I recommend shooting in a fully controlled environment or in absolutely shitty weather. Some of the best pinholes are made in terrible weather. Some of these “pinholes” were made in terrible weather.

Image quality

Despite my doubts about the quality of Instax cameras, the film itself is very good. It’s capable of very detailed images, the shots are pleasing, and it’s just plain fun to work with instax black and white film. I strongly recommend it for “portrait photographers” because it is demanding on settings, but at the same time it stands out from other films in terms of quality.

Unlike the same Polaroid film, it is impossible to imagine that the monochrome tones of Instax cards will become sepia. The cards retain their black and white look and are really hard to make disappear. Plus, instax mini is a unique compact format that is appreciated in certain circles of photographers. It has a small size, which is very valuable for many photographers. To be fair, it must be said that the Polaroid film is a little bit different.


So do I like Fujifilm Instax Mini Monochrome 901 74? Yes. I think she is fantastic. Do I like the cameras for which it was created? No. Do other people like these cameras? Of course they love them. However, I dream of the day when I can attach my 120 mm f 2.