Fujifilm Instax Mini 12 is the successor to the best instant camera for beginners


Fujifilm has launched its successor to the best instant camera for beginners – the Instax Mini 11 – and the new Instax Mini 12 boasts a key new feature that will make lining up your pictures much easier. 

Equipped with Parallax Correction, the Mini 12’s viewfinder now aligns with the lens – what you see through the viewfinder is what will materialize on your instant prints. 

Most instant cameras don’t have parallax correction, meaning the alignment between viewfinder and final print is off. In the case of vertical-format pictures with the Fujifilm Instax Mini 11, you need to be mindful to shift the camera up and to the right a little in order to get the final picture you want.

Fujifilm Instax Mini 12 in the hand with blurred subjects in background

(Image credit: Fujifilm)

Accurate composition in the Close-Up mode in particular was always a challenge, but the more you used the Mini 11, the more that reframing became second nature. In the Mini 12’s Close-Up mode, this headache is gone and we expect it will be even easier to use than the Mini 11, which is already one of our favorite instant cameras.


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