Fujifilm instax Wide Instant Film, 20 Exposures, White, New Packaging

Fujifilm instax Wide Instant Film, 20 Exposures, White, New Packaging
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Average customer review:
(4.5 stars, based on 781 reviews)

Product Details

  • Sales Rank: #16 in Camera & Photo
  • Size: One Size
  • Color: White
  • Brand: Fujifilm
  • Model: 20 Exposures
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 4.88" h x 1.88" w x 4.00" l, .40 pounds
  • Battery type: Lithium Ion


  • Develops instantly - Press the shutter, capture a moment, and watch the photo slide out and the image develop in front of your eyes!
  • 2 Packs, each with 10 exposures for 20 exposures total, Hi-Speed ISO 800 Film - With superb grain quality, instax film ensures vibrant color and natural skin tones
  • Wide Format - 10.6 x 8.4 cm (film size) - The unique super-wide format film allows you to fit more in your frame to capture large group shots, clear macro close-ups and far away landscapes.
  • Easy-to-Load Cartridge - Every cartridge is designed and labelled for easy loading and filled with 10 prints each
  • Highly Stable - The new emulsion performs at temperatures as low as 5 Degree and as high as 40 Degree.

Instax Wide film easy-to-load cartridges deliver ten superb wide format instant photos. Instax film ensures intense, glossy reproduction, vivid color and natural skin tones.

Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

22 of 23 people found the following review helpful.
5Overall great flim, even if you fail
By Linda Nguyen
I received my Instax for Christmas of 2014 and it's been seven months and I've restocked film 3 times since. There is definitely a learning curve when taking photos with this camera and if I'm being honest, you will probably fail a few times. I've taken roughly 60 photos with this film and four of the photos developed black, three have developed out of focus, and one photo had a tiny sun spot, this is all due to human error except for the sun spot. Some tips when dealing with the camera is to make sure you're in a lit environment, and if the area is shaded, the photos may not turn out well. Overall great flim, even if you fail, the photos will still turn out looking great. I recently went on a road trip on the west coast and the majority of the photos came out perfect

77 of 81 people found the following review helpful.
5Instax Wide Film
By C. B.
Everybody used to laugh when I would take out my honking Instax 200, but now they all want a picture to keep for themselves. I've been using this film for a couple years now. It develops quickly and has pretty good color tones. Sometimes faces can get washed out from the flash, but that is really a camera issue not the film.

FYI: This film will NOT fit in ANY polaroid camera. There has apparently been some confusion over this. It is specifically for the Fuji Instax 200 or 210 cameras. Fuji also makes pack film for OLD polaroid cameras - the kind you have to peel apart, maybe that is where the confusion began. Those films are the fp100 and fp3000.

If you want integral film for a modern Polaroid camera - the kind that pops out of the camera and develops on its own - you have to either purchase outdated old stock Polaroid film or experimental PX film through the Impossible Project:

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
5Retro Quality Film for Fujifilm Instax Wide Cameras
By benjamin bannister
I bought this instant film refill pack for my Fujifilm Instax Wide 300 Instant Film Camera (Black).

— FILM —
The film is a wide format that's great for group shots, couples, and landscape. The quality of the output is a bit "aged". Contrast is high, sometimes things look overblown or faded. None of these are bad qualities. In fact, it really does a great job of replicating the Polaroid look of the past. Don't buy this expecting crystal clear photos with bright colors. This film is for those that want the retro look.

This is a twenty pack that comes out to about 80¢ per shot. I consider that cheap when it comes to capturing a priceless moment. Recommended.

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