This blog contains a simple steps on how to use and insert instax mini film to Instax Mini 25s.
For first time use make sure that the battery was already inserted on the side of the camera.
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1. Get your film.
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3. Open the film plastic pack.
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2. Open the film box.
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4. You will see the black box that contains the film. DON'T OPEN this box for it will expose the unused films.
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5. Slide the "FILM" switch on the side of the camera to open the back where you need to put in the film.

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6. Back cover of the camera opens.
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7. Now, insert the black box (instax mini film) inside the camera. The yellow mark will serve as your guide to insert the film correctly.
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8. Close the back cover of the camera. You should be able to see from the yellow mark on the small glass hole at the camera's back.

Now you're almost done with the preparation for your first instax photo.
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(box cover of the film)
9. Turn on your instax camera.
10. Do you first shot.
REMEMBER: The first shot will remove the cover of the box not film.
Now you are ready to shoot! Just click the shutter button and you're instax photos will be develop in minutes right before your very eyes!
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Film will come out at the top of the camera. Film counter also displays the unexposed number of films.
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instax photo using instax mini 25s
 


Comments

Cherrie
06/28/2012 1:41am

Hi! I have an old instax. Instax mini 20. Im wondering if what film should be used? Do you sell films for instax mini20? Thank you!

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Instaxcular
06/28/2012 3:49pm

Actually I am not really familiar with Instax Mini 20. But based from what I know it also uses Instax Mini Film, since the film area and image area is same with Mini 7s, 25s and 50s. I came across this article online, I am hoping that somehow it will help you :)

http://en.polaroid-passion.com/fujifilm-instax-films.php?id=85

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Megan
04/10/2013 1:41pm

Hi! I just inserted my first lot of film into a new Instax Mini 7S and shot the first "blank shot" to remove the cover but have just realised that I actually may want to use some other special character film for an event coming up soon... So I was just wondering if I can remove this plain film before it is used with it still remaining unexposed while I use up the special character film? In other words, can I switch film packets while keeping them unexposed for future use? Thanks! :D

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Instaxcular
04/10/2013 3:11pm

Hi Megan,

As soon as you've taken the 1st shot (blank shot) you can't remove/replace it with new film. The blank shot serves as the protection for the films to remain unexposed. It is better that you consume all the films first before inserting a new one.

Anyways there are more ways to decorate your plain film and make it as colorful as the character film. You may use pens and sleeves in this case.

Hope this helps.

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Joan
07/17/2013 6:27pm

Hi! Should i remove the battery when the camera is not in use? or is it okay to just leave it in the camera?

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Instaxcular
07/17/2013 6:43pm

Either way it will do no harm to your camera. Removing it will make it's life longer but even if not you can still use it for at least a year. I've been using my camera since February 2012 and it's batteries has never been replaced/removed up to this moment. The batteries still works perfectly! :)

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Instaxcular
07/17/2013 6:54pm

you may like our page in at www.facebook.com/Instaxcular. we do online selling only.

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