Leica Sofort Instant Camera
The Polaroid of old may be dead, but the Leica Sofort Instant Camera is a sign that somebody thinks this quick shooting, quick developing photography niche isn’t. It’s neither cheap nor unaffordable but dropping down three hundred on this compact camera nets you the ability to set the focusing distance manually and a variety of shooting modes that include automatic, sport, action, macro, and a self-timer with two different delays, with the chosen settings displayed on a narrow black & white LCD screen on the back. It’ll work with both color and monochrome Instax Mini instant films, includes a flash that can be set to on/off/auto, and sports a small rectangular mirror in front (directly above the lens) for properly framing selfies.
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