Fujifilm announces B&W Instax Mini Monochrome Film
Film's Not Dead
September 7, 2016
Great news for Instax/instant shooters! Fujifilm announced yesterday that they’re going to be introducing a new Instax instant film in black-and-white called ‘Instax Mini Film Monochrome’, which is aiming to hit the shelves October 2016.
Fujfilm’s says: “The ‘Instax Mini Film Monochrome responds to the increasingly sophisticated demands of users. Enabling them to expand the artistic potential of their photographic expression and adding a further dimension of fun to using Instax cameras and films.”
Just like the other films, it will come in packs of 10 exposures.
Pricing has yet to be revealed, but it will likely be similar to the company’s colour Instax Mini film, which currently costs around £8.80.
Updated:February 11, 2017
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