Mint Camera InstantKon RF70_auto Instant Film Camera

BH #MIRF70A • MFR #INSTANTKON RF70-A
Mint Camera InstantKon RF70_auto Instant Film Camera
Key Features
  • Accepts INSTAX Wide Instant Film
  • Aperture Priority Exposure Control
  • 93mm f/5.6 Multi-Coated Glass Lens
  • Mechanical Rangefinder, Manual Focus
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With simple-but-flexible operation, the InstantKon RF70_auto from MiNT is an INSTAX Wide-format instant film camera featuring a distinct folding design along with intuitive aperture priority exposure control. In addition to the vintage-inspired folding design, the RF70_auto also sports a mechanical rangefinder that enables precise manual focus operation and supports an accurate 0.44x-magnification optical viewfinder for composing shots. In terms of exposure control, a manual aperture ring is available for choosing from f/5.6 to f/22, along with support for multiple exposure and bulb functions and +/- 1 EV exposure compensation for creative results. The integrated 93mm f/5.6 lens features a triplet optical layout, with individual glass elements sporting an aspherical design and a multi-coating for high sharpness, contrast, and color accuracy. Additionally, the camera has a built-in flash, features a 2.5mm port for connecting an optional external strobe, is compatible with threaded cable releases, has a 1/4"-20 tripod mount, and features a settings LCD screen for reviewing exposure settings.
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Mint Camera Instantkon RF70 Overview

With simple-but-flexible operation, the InstantKon RF70_auto from MiNT is an INSTAX Wide-format instant film camera featuring a distinct folding design along with intuitive aperture priority exposure control. In addition to the vintage-inspired folding design, the RF70_auto also sports a mechanical rangefinder that enables precise manual focus operation and supports an accurate 0.44x-magnification optical viewfinder for composing shots. In terms of exposure control, a manual aperture ring is available for choosing from f/5.6 to f/22, along with support for multiple exposure and bulb functions and +/- 1 EV exposure compensation for creative results. The integrated 93mm f/5.6 lens features a triplet optical layout, with individual glass elements sporting an aspherical design and a multi-coating for high sharpness, contrast, and color accuracy. Additionally, the camera has a built-in flash, features a 2.5mm port for connecting an optional external strobe, is compatible with threaded cable releases, has a 1/4"-20 tripod mount, and features a settings LCD screen for reviewing exposure settings.

Folding design uses a bellows to maintain a relatively compact form factor when the camera is not in use, but still accommodates the large INSTAX Wide film format.
Mechanical rangefinder design enables precise manual focus control for working with subjects as close as 2.5' away.
Automatic (aperture priority) exposure control is possible with aperture settings from f/5.6 to f/22 available. Also, A+1 and A-1 exposure compensation settings can be used.
Bulb setting is available for making long exposures up to 10 minutes long.
Multiple exposure lever enables making an unlimited number of exposures on a single sheet of film.
Built-in pop-up flash can be used for fill flash or to provide additional illumination to the scene for working in low-light conditions, and a 2.5mm port is also available for connecting an optional external strobe.
Integrated rear LCD highlights shooting settings for more intuitive manual exposure control.
Fixed 93mm f/5.6 lens features an all-glass triplet optical design with multi-coated elements to provide high contrast and color saturation. Individual elements also feature an aspherical design for impressive sharpness and low distortion.
Optical viewfinder features a 0.44x magnification and works in conjunction with the rangefinder design to provide an accurate field of view for composing shots.
Threaded shutter release button accepts standard cable releases, and a 1/4"-20 mount is also featured for working atop a tripod or a monopod.
Two AA batteries are used as the power source for the built-in light meter and LCD screen.

Mint Camera Instantkon RF70 Specs

Film FormatINSTAX Wide
Optics
Focal Length93mm
Aperturef/5.6 to 22
Focus TypeManual Focus
Minimum Focus Distance2.46' / 75 cm
Viewfinder/Display
Viewfinder TypeOptical
Viewfinder MagnificationApprox. 0.44x
Exposure Control
Exposure ModesAutomatic
Shutter Speed1 to 1/500 Sec, Bulb Mode
Exposure Compensation-1 to 1 EV (in 1 EV Steps)
Flash
Built-In FlashYes
Flash ModesAuto, Fill
General
Tripod Mounting Thread1/4"-20 Female
Battery Type2 x AA
Dimensions (W x H x D)7.17 x 4.8 x 2.52" / 182 x 122 x 64 mm
Weight1.77 lb / 806 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.46 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.7 x 6.3 x 3.6"
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