Fujifilm instax mini Monochrome Instant Film (10 Exposures)

Fujifilm instax mini Monochrome Instant Film (10 Exposures)

Fujifilm instax mini Monochrome Instant Film (10 Exposures)

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Fujifilm instax mini Monochrome Instant Film (10 Exposures)

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  • For Fujifilm instax mini Cameras
  • Credit Card-Sized Prints
  • ISO 800/30°
  • Daylight-Balanced Film
  • Glossy Surface Type
  • Neutral Tonality and Normal Contrast
  • Excellent Sharpness and Grain Structure
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This single pack of Fujifilm instax mini Monochrome Instant Film contains 10 sheets of instant black & white film that is compatible for use with the Fujifilm instax mini series of cameras or instax SHARE printers. This film features neutral gray tonality and normal contrast with natural shadow and highlight response when used under daylight or electronic flash lighting conditions. A refined grain structure provides high image sharpness and clarity as well as a versatile ISO 800 film speed for use with a wide variety of subjects. Each sheet of film produces a 2.4 x 1.8" glossy image area that is surrounded by a simple white border. Quick, instant developing is possible when working in temperatures between 41-104°F.

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  • 1Description
Film Format instax mini
Film Type Monochrome
Film Speed ISO 800
Image Area 1.8 x 2.4" / 46 x 62 mm
Image Shape Rectangle
Film Size (W x H) 2.1 x 3.4" / 5.3 x 8.6 cm
Border White
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 3.9 x 2.6 x 0.9"
instax mini Monochrome Instant Film (10 Exposures) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 25.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Definitely an interesting addition but also a bit odd Couldn't wait to try this new Instax film. Ever since Fuji discontinued FP-3000B, I was looking for a new instant B&W (Impossible Project is too expensive). First of all, this film doesn't seem to be a true black and white. I suspect it's a reworked version of their color film that's designed to create a grayscale image. Blacks are not very deep and there are definite color casts at times. When viewed by daylight, images are slightly greenish. Indoor illumination looks more neutral. Overall the feeling is cool rather than warm. Some people have claimed that strong colors actually come through as colors in the image (yellows particularly). I haven't seen this but think it's possible based on the color casts I've seen. So it appears that this film may not be a genuine B&W chemistry but a kind of chromogenic system. That said, it's a lot of fun to use and produces some very nice images. Like the color Instax film, the latitude is a lot like slide film (virtually zero!) High-contrast scenes will have blown highlights and blocked shadows. This can look great for certain situations, but if it bothers you, stick to low contrast lighting. There is a fairly nice range of grays if you can expose the film correctly. Unfortunately, most Instax cameras (I'm using a Neo 90) are a bit unreliable in this department. The key is to experiment to get a sense of how the film and camera's exposure system work together. (I wish somebody would bring out a really GOOD camera for Instax). I scan my images to 16-bit grayscale using an Epson Perfection V600 scanner, so this takes care of the non-neutral tone. Results are pretty good. Give this new film a try. It's enjoyable and interesting. And above all, we need to encourage Fuji to keep B&W instant film alive and perhaps expand into other sizes!
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A step in the right direction, but not perfect I've had mixed results with this film. Some images are stunning with the perfect amount of contrast and some are bland. I'm also not a big fan of the mini format, but I really wanted to try this out. I'm glad Fujifilm has gone in this direction and hope that B&W makes its way to the Wide format soon.
Date published: 2016-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly What Film Shooters Wanted, thank you Fuji! On the heels of the discontinuation of their peel apart instant films, Fuji's Instax Monochrome offers some comfort to the mourners! It's no FP-3000p but it's probably the next best thing, particularly when used with a MiNT TL70. Fuji Instax Monochrome renders true b&w. While processing, you may see various hues but afterthe film is fully processed and cured, the resulting image is a faithful monochrome without tinting. Contrast and tonality are well-balanced and sharpness is on par with color Instax. Monochrome seems true to the 800 ISO of Fuji's color Instax films and it processes in about the same amount of time and has the same temperature sensitivities. One thing I don't like is that the foil packaging for this and all Instax films is identical. As a result, you either have to label it or take the entire box for each film out on shoots. Not a big deal, but seems odd to package different films in identical wrappers. The peel aparts had unique ones. This film has certainly renewed my interest in shooting Instax. It's slightly more costly than color but well worth it!
Date published: 2017-03-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Instax over Impossible I bought the Instax mini and large format cameras after seeing the quality of the shots and film. I had been using an old Polaroid 600 and impossible films. Both the B&W and color films are brighter sharper and far more consistent. I wish they could buy rights to the Polaroid cartridge sizes! Oh and the film is CHEAPER TOO! Great service and delivery from B+H as always!
Date published: 2017-01-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good for the Job Asked of It I love these little films for fun family snaps and events. We all know it isn't Ilford 64 speed B&W, so don't hold it to that standard. You get the occasional bad image or odd color line at the edges, but over all it is excellent for the job is it asked to perform. It sometimes as a bit of a color cast to it. My favorite trick with it is using an orange filter over the camera lens to make the photo look like a 1850s or '60s Daguerreotype!
Date published: 2017-12-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Black & White Instax Mini 8 Instant Fun! Bought 60 year old sister a raspberry Instax Mini 8 and knew she'd need/use a lot of film from the start! Prices for the film are steep and bought some color but was pleased to discover Fujiifilm black and white existed and was offered by B&H where I was buying the color so I added two packages. I appreciate I was able to add it to her present this Christmas.
Date published: 2017-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great black and white instant film I really liked the tonal range in this instant black and white film. I hope it is a popular choice so it continues to produced because film is very different than converting digital to black and white.
Date published: 2017-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love would buy again Instax minis are absolutely fun, but the neo 90 looks, feels, and has many more features than the mini 8.
Date published: 2016-12-12
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