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Fujifilm Instax Mini 7s Indigo Instant Film Camera (Indigo or Red) EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has Fujifilm Instax Mini 7s Indigo Instant Film Camera (Indigo or Red) on sale for $39.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Discombobulated

Also available, Amazon.com has Fujifilm Instax Mini 7s Indigo + 10 Exposures Instant Film Camera on sale for $45.99. Shipping is free.

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Yes, but how could she be expected to use if if nobody bought her more film? It's like saying "We gave her one tank of gas and ever since it ran out she hasn't driven the car".
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Yes, the film is expensive. If you buy combo packs you can get below $1/photo ($0.84 in my last purchase). Compared to digital it would be stupid to do this, right?

It turns out, people like having an actual photo to show people. They like that it looks bad, but in a way that feels comfortable. They like that they can give it to a friend or stick it on the wall or hang it the clothes they were wearing when they took it.

Sure, you can get digital prints for less, if you're willing to wait days or weeks. Where's the fun in that?

These cameras are getting very popular for a reason. Mostly I've seen them with kids and college students but of course anyone could have fun with it.
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Fujifilm instant film camera with two colors available - Indigo Blue and Red - on a Deal of the Day. Option to buy base camera only for $39.99 or with a film pack for $45.99 (Indigo only).
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My local Walmart has them for 49.99 with a pack of 10 photos. If someone needs it sooner.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Fujifi...k/20512790
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This is the older version
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Film packs are pricy for these cameras. Bought 1 for my kid last Christmas & I don't think she's used it since she ran out of of film. Not really a kids camera unless you don't mind paying on average $1 per picture.
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I'm also getting the option of an additional 15% percent off coupon for an extra few bucks off.
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I don't think she's used it since she ran out of of film.
I hear you about the cost of film but how exactly does one use it without film?
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I hear you about the cost of film but how exactly does one use it without film?
He/She said their daughter hasn't used it since she ran out of film.
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He/She said their daughter hasn't used it since she ran out of film.
Yes, but how could she be expected to use if if nobody bought her more film? It's like saying "We gave her one tank of gas and ever since it ran out she hasn't driven the car".
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i think ive seen these before at places like ross and marshals . not sure when they became a fad, but i guess kids are so use to digital stuff instant film seems like sorcery again
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Yes, the film is expensive. If you buy combo packs you can get below $1/photo ($0.84 in my last purchase). Compared to digital it would be stupid to do this, right?

It turns out, people like having an actual photo to show people. They like that it looks bad, but in a way that feels comfortable. They like that they can give it to a friend or stick it on the wall or hang it the clothes they were wearing when they took it.

Sure, you can get digital prints for less, if you're willing to wait days or weeks. Where's the fun in that?

These cameras are getting very popular for a reason. Mostly I've seen them with kids and college students but of course anyone could have fun with it.
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I bought the the instamax 9 was on sale from staples for $50. Any differences between the two?
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Film packs are pricy for these cameras. Bought 1 for my kid last Christmas & I don't think she's used it since she ran out of of film. Not really a kids camera unless you don't mind paying on average $1 per picture.
Depending on price fluctuations you can get closer to 55-60 cents per photo with these. Amazon right now at their worst prices average about $0.75/ea. Still pricey but considering that they're wallet sized and last much longer than Zink thermal paper (Polaroid's attempt) it's well worth the higher price.
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