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Fujifilm Instax 100 favori envoyer Print
Photos by Sylvain Halgand text by Sylvain Halgand. From the collection of Sylvain Halgand
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Manufactured in Japon from 1998 until 0.
Index of rarity in France : Frequent (among non-specialized garage sales)
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Fujifilm Instax 100

Traduction de David Bain, Grande-Bretagne

Everyone knows by now the reasons for the disappearance of Kodak's instant picture cameras. What is not so well known, though, is that Kodak, at the beginning of the eighties, had licenced Fuji to use its instant developing films. Fuji thus found itself a victim in Polaroid's action against Kodak. After the judgement, Polaroid allowed Fuji to carry on using Kodak-type instant films but solely in its home market. For some years they produced the instant film in one packing - Fuji Instax 10 exposure of 800 ASA. This is the camera they produced specially for it; inexpensive and easy to use. Its lens is protected when not in use by a cover. Switching on causes this to open and the lens to spring into place ready for use. It is quite a large camera but is easy to handle; its most disorientating feature being the offset viewfinder.

The photograph produced is, overall,9cm by 11cm; the actual image size being 6cm by 10cm.