Sunday, October 9, 2016

It's okay to do a double-take. "Leica" and "instant camera" aren't words you see used together very often. Or at least they weren't. The Leica Sofort Instant Camera is the company's first take on instant photography, combining the convenience of built-in prints with the brand's signature tank-like build quality. It uses Fujifilm's popular, readily-available Instax Mini film, and while you can take manual control of the focus, flash, and EV, it has a bunch of built-in modes like macro, bulb, people, sports, and selfie that make for foolproof shooting. Available in mint, orange, or white.

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