Save up to 31% on Fujifilm Instax instant film cameras during Amazon’s Black Friday sale

Fujifilm's fun film cameras are a fantastic gift or a great way to make friends at a holiday party.
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Even serious photographers can appreciate just how fun Instax instant film cameras make photography. Right now, Amazon has one of the most stylish Instax cameras on sale for more than 30 percent off. These deals always go really fast because the TikTok crowd loves an instant photograph. So, if you want one at this price, don’t sleep.

Fujifilm Instax Square SQ6 – Instant Film Camera $89 (was $129)

Fujifilm Instax Square SQ6 – Instant Film Camera

This unique-looking camera shoots Instax Square film, which embraces a square 1:1 aspect ratio that’s close to what the original square-ish Polaroids from the past used. This camera offers a simple point-and-shoot process that emphasizes flash and mimics the truly old-school style from decades ago. But the lens is sharp and the photos are surprisingly detailed, so it’s a hit at any party to which you bring it (and potentially too detailed for anyone who wakes up the next day having overindulged).

Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 Instant Camera $59 (was $76)

Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 Instant Camera

If you want an even cheaper overall Instax experience, this is the way to go. This camera offers the same point-and-shoot experience, but it spits out Instax Mini prints, which are smaller and cheaper than their square counterparts.

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Stan Horaczek is the executive gear editor at Popular Science. He oversees a team of gear-obsessed writers and editors dedicated to finding and featuring the newest, best, and most innovative gadgets on the market and beyond. He lives in upstate New York with his family, a three-legged dog, and a truly unreasonable collection of hundreds of vintage film cameras and lenses.