Instax® mini 70

instax mini 70

Enjoy Instax® mini 70 in style

The modern, simple design of the Instax® Mini 70 includes six exciting colors -- "Canary Yellow", "Island Blue", "Moon White", "Passion Red", "Stardust Gold" and "Midnight Black". It’s a perfect fashion statement for any occasion, event or everyday outing.

Moon White

Canary Yellow

Island Blue

Passion Red

Stardust Gold

Midnight Black

Selfie mode for easy, excellent self portraits

The instax® mini 70 features a new 'Selfie' mode for taking perfect selfies. Just press the selfie button when shooting and the camera will automatically adjust the focal length and brightness to the ideal level for selfies.

Selfie Mirror

The selfie mirror beside the lens lets you check the framing to achieve the best angle. If you are shooting a group selfie, flip the camera and shoot horizontally.

Automatic Exposure Control gets the lighting just right

The instax® mini 70 features an Automatic Exposure Control, which captures both the subject and the background in beautiful clarity. Press the shutter button and the camera will automatically detect the amount of surrounding brightness and adjust the shutter speed and flash. Your photos will have a natural brightness even when you’re shooting indoors at a party or wedding.

  • Normal
  • Automatic exposure mode
  • Normal
  • Automatic exposure mode

Self Timer puts you in the picture

With the instax® mini 70’s ‘Self-timer’ mode, you can take group shots where you’re the center of attention. Set it up for multiple shots, and the camera will automatically take a second image once the first one has finished. Great for copies, photo booths and fun photos.

Hi-key mode for bright subjects

Brighten up your subject and capture beautiful skin tones with the hi-key mode.

  • Normal mode
  • Hi-key mode

Give your subject the right distance

Macro mode

When you’re coming in for a close-up, use the macro mode to get clear sharp photos at a minimum distance of 30cm to 60cm (1 to 2 feet) from your subject. Great for portraits, pets and flowers.

Landscape mode

Step back and get the big picture with the 'Landscape' mode. Sometimes you need a wider view and this mode will keep the lighting and exposure just right for your scenery pictures when you are more than 3m (10 feet) from the subject.

No more over-exposed faces!

With the instax® mini 70's new "Fill-in Flash" feature, you can take detailed photos of your friends against a bright background without “blowing out” their faces. Great for beach portraits or night shots with lights in the background.

Tripod mount - keeping it steady

When you're using the self timer or waiting for the perfect frame of a moving subject, set up the instax® mini 70 on a tripod using the tripod mount and eliminate camera "shake".

Better battery life

The instax® mini 70 uses two CR2 batteries giving you approximately 4x more shots than the mini 8.



Film Fujifilm Instant Color Film "Instax® mini" (separately available)
Film Size 86mm x 54mm
Picture Size 62mm x 46mm
Lens Retractable lens, 2 components, 2 elements, f = 60 mm, 1:12.7
Viewfinder Real image finder, 0.37x, with target spot
Focusing Motor-driven 3-range switching (0.3 m - 0.6 m/0.6 m - 3 m/3 m and beyond), Macro Mode (0.3 m - 0.6 m), Normal Mode (0.6 m - 3 m), Landscape Mode (3 m and beyond)
Shutter Speed Programmed electronic shutter release, 1/2 sec - 1/400 sec.
Exposure Control Automatic, Interlocking range (ISO 800) : LV 5 - LV 15.5, Exposure compensation (Hi-Key): ±2/3 EV
Film Feeding Out Automatic
Film Developing Time Approximately 90 seconds (Varies depending on the ambient temperature)
Flash Built-in, automatic electronic flash, Charging time: 0.2 sec - 7 sec (using a new battery), Flash charging indicator, Fill-in Flash Mode, Effective flash lamp range: 0.3 m - 2.7 m
Self-Timer Electronically controlled, approx. 10 second delay, Continuous shooting mode can be stopped mid-run
Liquid Crystal Exposure counter (number of unexposed films), Shooting mode (Selfie, Macro, Landscape, Fill-in Flash, Hi-Key, Auto), Self timer Mode (1 frame/2 frames continuous shooting)
Power Supply Two CR2/DL CR2 lithium batteries
Capacity: Approximately 40 Instax® mini 10-pack film packs with new CR2/DL CR2 lithium batteries
Others Film pack confirmation window, tripod mount (tripod sold separately)
Dimensions & Weight 99.2×113.7×53.2mm (W x H x D) (not including protrusions) / 281g (without battery, strap, and film pack)


  • Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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