How does film get developed on Fujifilm Instax Mini 9?
Best answer: Your Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 film gets developed automatically and instantly after you shoot your image. The Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 is an instant camera, meaning that all you have to do is aim, shoot, print, and wait, thanks to the convenient and easy-to-install film.Amazon: Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 ($55)
A quick and efficient way to shoot your photographs
The Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 works with a film that has ink embedded into the paper/prints themselves, making it clean and convenient to use at home or on the go. This type of film is called Integral film and is super easy to install and print.
Integral film works because it contains layers of dye that are compressed into a single sheet that's ready to be printed one you aim and shoot. The chemicals that allow the photo to develop on the sheet are at the bottom of the film, hence the wider bottom border on the paper. These chemicals are activated once the film is pushed out of the camera after you snap your photo.
Some instant cameras require you to shake your image or peel off an additional layer in order for it to develop, but that's not something you have to worry about with the Instax Mini 9. Instead, just install your film, aim, shoot, print, and enjoy!
Why buy the Fujifilm Instax Mini 9?
The Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 remains one of the most popular instant cameras on the market because of its ease of use and price. Featuring a selfie mirror and Macro lens for close-ups, the camera is ideally suited for those looking for a retro camera experience refreshed for the 21st century.
An adorable camera
We're so used to shooting digitally that taking a break and playing with film can be a real treat. Simply pick the type of film you'd like to use (black and white, rainbow borders, stained glass accents, etc), shoot your masterpiece, print, wait, and show off to the world — it's that simple!
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