Snap up a Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 camera for $45 in this limited-time sale

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Amazon has the Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 Instant Camera (opens in new tab) on sale for $44.99 in a few colors right now. Typically these sell for around $56 when not on sale. The discount applies to the ice blue (opens in new tab) and flamingo pink (opens in new tab) versions, with other colors at $50. The deal is matching a one-day sale at Best Buy so we expect the price to go back up once that sale is over.

These cameras are awesome — and that's not just us saying that (opens in new tab). This model features a selfie mirror, which ensures that you'll get a good angle, as well as a macro lens adapter for close-up shots. Users can also enjoy High-Key mode for dreamy, soft, bright portraits that will look great hanging in a locker or on a bedroom wall. The Instax Mini 9 automatically detects ambient light and recommends an aperture setting using a flashing LED. To adjust your setting, you just have to rotate a dial. They're insanely user-friendly and the fact that they look super cute doesn't hurt either. Each camera requires two AA batteries (opens in new tab).

Note that these don't come with film. You can get a Film Value Pack (opens in new tab) for $35 right now. You'll get enough for 60 photos in that pack. Or experiment with some moody Monochrome (opens in new tab) film while it's on sale. I also recommend picking up a sweet matching camera case (opens in new tab), or perhaps one of these fun accessory bundles (opens in new tab) that come with items like a photo album and gel filters for the lens.

Adam Oram

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.

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