FUJIFILM Instax 210 Instant Color Print Film (20 Shots)

FUJIFILM Instax 210 Instant Color Print Film (20 Shots)

FUJIFILM Instax 210 Instant Color Print Film (20 Shots)

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  • ISO 800 / Works Well in Low Light
  • Works With Instax Wide Cameras
  • Daylight Balanced / Glossy Finish
  • Ultra Sharp for a High-Speed Film
  • Vibrant Color Reproduction
  • Faster Development Times
  • Enhanced Stability for Long-Term Storage
  • Extended Operating Temperature Range
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FUJIFILM 15050476 Overview

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This is a twin pack (20 shots) of Instax 210 Film from Fuji. This is an incredibly sharp, daylight-balanced ISO 800 film made for use in Instax series cameras. Recognized for its excellent color reproduction, the film has a glossy finish and is an excellent choice for general use, portraiture or even with electronic flash. It's also a fun film to use - easy to load, shoot and best of all - no wasted time at the lab wondering how your images came out.

Even in low light scenarios, due to its high-speed rating, Instax 210 Film will produce amazingly sharp images. Another user benefit is that it has been improved to lessen the developing time before you see your print - a real benefit when you're photographing young children who are notorious for wanting everything "yesterday". Instax 210 has also been enhanced to maintain its stability over the years making it a good choice for archival storage. Those pictures you shot when your kid was 4 - or during that trip to Disneyland will still be around long after he's out of high school. Fuji has also extended the working temperature range of this film to include 40 - 104°F so you need not worry about using it year round.

Sharp Grain
It produces very fine grain yet with all the high-speed advantages of an ISO 800 film
Vibrant Color Reproduction
No color mixing between film layers - skin tones will be neutral
Faster Image Formation
Enhanced developing process produces a more rapid image - less waiting time for complete development
Long-Term Stability
Resulting from improved emulsion, development accelerators and development control technology it will keep your images color-true for years
Extended Temperature Range
Working range is 5° - 40°C (41 - 104°F)
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FUJIFILM 15050476 Specs

Type Instax
Film size: 4.25 x 3.4"  (108 x 86 mm) (WH)
Picture size:  3.9 x 2.4"  (99 x 62 mm) (WH)
Speed ISO 800
Applications General purpose photography
Process Instant
Color Saturation Excellent
Grain Very fine
Sharpness Very sharp
Exposure Latitude Not Specified by Manufacturer
Push/Pull Not Specified by Manufacturer

FUJIFILM 15050476 Reviews

Instax 210 Instant Color Print Film (20 Shots) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 94.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Astounding Quality for Instant Film Although I primarily use a Nikon D200, there are occasions when I need one or two photos quickly. Polaroid used to fulfill this need. However, with the discontinuance of Polaroid instant film, I needed a substitute. Several years ago, I bought an Instax camera in Europe out of curiosity. Much to my surprise, the quality of the photos was extremely high. Very sharp, almost no grain, and very accurate colors. The picture compare favorably to 35mm photos and surpass both Polaroid integral and peel-apart film. This system isn't for everyone. But for those who have a need for instant photos, you will not be disappointed. Rather, you will be exceptionally delighted.
Date published: 2009-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Surprising results I've started to bring an Instax instant camera when I don't want to carry a bulk DSLR. It's great for tourist snaps, social activities and any situations where you're not taking your work too seriously. If memory serves me correctly, Instax film takes a little longer than Polaroid did to develop, which can test your patience as you eagerly await results. But color saturation is excellent and in some cases, I've liked my Instax proofs better than identical images taken with a Canon 5D II. There is somehow more joy associated with shooting instant film - like you're a kid again, just experimenting and seeing what kind of results you get.
Date published: 2010-12-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Price to the Quality and Experince I got this film for my girlfriend along with the 210 Instax Camera. She tried the Impossible project film and didn't like it very much so I figured I'd get her something reliable and cheaper. This film is great, the colors are vivid and clean, it responds well to different lighting conditions, and the instant picture style is timeless.Just being able to have physical prints instantly is worth the money in its on. If you think of it in the context of shooting 35 you pay about 8 dollars for a roll of 36 exposures but then need to invest another 10 or so dollars into getting it processed. Granted this is not 35 quality but it defiantly is a fun little toy.
Date published: 2012-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Get your instant fix I got hooked on Fuji Instax a few years ago when I picked up an Instax 200 wide camera and some film. I was a long time fan of SX-70 but was finding it increasingly difficult to get film. Anything I could find also tended to carry a big fat price tag. I never thought I could ever replace the look and feel of SX-70 until I got my hands on the Fuji Instax products. The cameras are fully automatic but offer some control. The film is sharp and fast. A little technique will also allow you to vary the overall look and color of your images from colors that pop to that muted, old school dreamy fade. This stuff is fun. And instant!
Date published: 2011-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good value I've seen this film in a particular retail store that carries the Fujifilm Instax cameras, and the price was more expensive, and there wasn't as much film in the package for what they were charging. So, overall, I think this is a great value. I don't know the mechanics of film, so I can't really speak on any technical stuff. But, what I can say is I like the size of this film - pretty similar to the size of the old Polaroid film. But, the layout is different (landscape, as opposed to the Polaroid film's portrait layout), which is fine, because the size of the picture is pretty big compared to the Fujifilm Instax Mini 7s.
Date published: 2011-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful Pictures, Limited Tonal Range The Instax film pack works flawlessly in the Instax 210 camera. Picture quality is excellent, clearly superior to Polaroid. The tonal range is limited. If you include people with very light and very dark skin in the same flash or sunlit photograph, one or the other will be wrong, depending on how you set the camera's Light/Normal/Dark control. Just to make it clear - the camera ejects the picture. You don't have to pull anything or do anything except take pictures. Fujifilm does not come out and say that in any of their marketing. I tried to remove the picture's plastic coat, hoping to manipulate the wet emulsion, unsuccessfully. What you get is what you get.
Date published: 2009-12-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good, but not the original integral film I am a fine artist and mostly use this film to shoot landscapes. This film is great for shooting landscape because it is more panoramic in nature compared to any of the original integral films ever made. I come from a cinema background and love movies like Lawrence of Arabia and anything Kubrick so working in this aspect ratio with instant film is interesting. This film is also available FRESH so you don't have to worry about reliability. It also seems very sharp compared to the original integral film. Something I don't like about this film is that it seems extremely cool in tone, to the extent that I have had a notoriously hard time working with it and getting the results I want, but I heavily favor warm tones so I may have a heavily biased opinion.
Date published: 2011-08-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Best remaining instant film Color rendition is excellent under tungsten and fluorescent -- haven't tried daylight yet. If you want instant film this is the only one easily available in the US, so you have to work around the Fuji cameras' limitations or give up on instant. I've decided I really want a Polaroid-like camera, so I'm learning how to use the Instax camera as well as I can.
Date published: 2009-03-01
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