Instax Camera/Printer Guide

 

Instax Cameras/Printer Manual

If you have purchased a instax camera with instruction manual that is not in your language,
you can download a copy of multi-languages (with english) instruction manual here:


Instax Camera/Printer


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Instax Mini 8

Instax Mini 8

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Instax Mini 7s

Instax Mini 7s

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Instax Mini 25

Instax Mini 25

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Instax Mini 50s

Instax Mini 50s

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Instax Mini 70

Instax Mini 70

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Instax Mini 90

Instax Mini 90

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Instax Mini 9

Instax Mini 9

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Instax Mini Hello Kitty

Instax Mini Hello Kitty

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Instax Square 6

Instax Square 6

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Instax Square 10

Instax Square 10

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Instax Square 20

Instax Square 20

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Instax Wide 210

Instax Wide 210

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Instax Wide 300

Instax Wide 300

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Instax Share SP-1

Instax Share SP-1

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Instax Share SP-2

Instax Share SP-2

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Instax Share SP-3

Instax Share SP-3

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For Mini 7/7s/8 owners: Do remember to take out your Batteries, if not intending to use for more than 2 weeks.
For Mini 25/50s: These cameras use CR2 batteries, and they do not need to be remove.

Batteries leakage occurs if they experience excessive voltage, high temperature or is a defective battery cell.
So it is best to store your batteries at room temperature or as suggested on the packaging of the batteries.

Battery leak can cause damage to your electronics. You can determine if your battery is leaking if it is wet. The substance leaked is not water, it is oily and smells like rust. When the liquid dries up,  it will leave a visible powdery residual. 

If the leakage is not excesive(only around the battery place), you can clean the powdery surface with a little vinegar or lemon juice. DO NOT use water! 

 
Tips for ensuring a long lasting life your Instax camera (or other electronics)  :)

1. Never store or expose your electronics to high temperatures.
Example: keeping camera in your car while you often park it outside under the sun.

2. When you do not intend to use your camera for a long period of time,
it is better to take out the batteries instead of keeping them inside the camera.
 

I hope you'll find today's tips useful :) 

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