I had the Instax mini 50S before and have now sold it as I wanted to upgrade to the Neo Classic, due to multiple exposures, macro inbuilt and ability to turn off flash by using bulb mode (to eliminate the flash spot in reflective surfaces).

But recently, Lomography has released a competitor - Lomo'Instax to Fuji's Intax flagship - the mini 90 Neo Classic.

I'm leaning more towards the Neo Classic due to it's probable lighter weight - the Lomo'Instax uses 4 AAA batteries instead of a rechargeable, and is smaller in size from what I can see. Also the Neo Classic is able to focus in closer - 30cm compared to the Lomo.

But the Lomo'Instax has "unlimited" multiple exposures compared to the two max exposures of the Neo Classic. Is there any downside to this? Also the larger aperture offered by the Lomo, is there any specific use for shots that could not be accomplished by the Fuji Neo?

I'm not the biggest fan of the fisheye and "portrait" lens, so that's not really a big deal for me.

I would love to hear what others think about these two instant cameras.

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