Fujifilm’s Instax Wide 300 instant film camera has two focus areas for $75 (Reg. $90+)


Amazon offers the Fujifilm Instax Wide 300 instant camera for $75 shipped. Down from a normal $90 to $110, today’s offer marks a return to the lowest price we’ve tracked in 2021 for this colorway. This camera has two focus points on the 9to5Macm f/14 lens that range from 0.9m to 3m and 3m to infinity. At the bottom, there’s a 1/4-20 tripod thread for mounting the camera, and the optical viewfinder lets you easily see what’s about to be captured. Every photo you capture is instantly printed at 2.44 x 3.9 inches to create a keepsake you can cherish for years to come. See below to find out more.

The KODAK Printomatic Digital Instant Print Camera is another great option for tighter budgets. That’s still $25 less than today’s prime offer at $50 and lets you capture images and print them instantly. The f/2 wide-angle lens shoots on a 5MP sensor and makes it easy to snap photos on family winter vacations.

If you need a new smartphone to take photos and videos instead, check out the Galaxy S21 Ultra while it’s $460 off in certified refurbished condition. You’ll also find the Note 20, Note 20 Ultra and more discounted today, so be sure to check out our previous coverage for all the ways to save.

Learn more about the Fujifilm Instax Wide 300:

  • 95 millimeter auto-extending f14 lens with two focus points (0.9 to 3 meters and 3 meters to infinity)
  • Image size 62 millimeters × 99 millimeters, close-up lens for shots up to 40 centimeters from the subject. Shutter – Programmed electronic shutter, 1/64 sec – 1/200 sec. Power – Four 1.5V AA alkaline batteries (LR6), Capacity – 10 film packs (Based on our testing conditions)
  • Light and dark control to help add high and low effects in the picture. Fill-in flash by flash button activated

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