Fujifilm leaks themselves – photos and full specs of the upcoming Instax Mini 40

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According to pttl.gr, Fujifilm has leaked themselves,  posting all of the upcoming Instax Mini 40 on the Instax website site a little early. Expected to be announced on April 7th, it looks like somebody was a little too eager with that publish button. The content has been removed from the Instax website now, although screenshots were captured by the folks at pttl.

Fujifilm has been teasing the camera on Instagram for a few days now, although there’s no word on a price yet. And while the camera might have been covered up in the Instagram post, the photos that temporarily appeared on the Instax website show the new camera from all angles, along with a complete list of specs.

FIlm Fujifilm Instax Mini instant film
Photo size 2.4×1.8″ (62 x 46mm)
Lens 2 component, 2 element, 60mm f/12.7
Viewfinder Real image finder, 0.37x with target spot
Shooting range 11.8″ (0.3m) in selfie mode, 19.7″ (0.5m) in regular mode
Shutter Programmed electronic shutter 1/2-1/250th, Slow sync for low light
Exposure control Automatic, LV 5.0 to 14.5 (ISO800)
Film ejection Automatic
Film developing time Approx 90 seconds (varies based on temperature)
Flash Constant firing flash (automatic light adjustment), recycle time 6.5 seconds or less (with new batteries), flash range 11.8″ (0.3m) to 8.9ft (2.7m)
Power uspply 2xAA Alkaline Batteries (10 packs of 10 exposures)
Auto-off power 5 minutes
Other Film counter and film pack confirmation window
Dimensions 4.09″ x 4.76″ x 2.56″ (104 x 121 x 65mm)
Weight 330g (without batteries, strap and film)

So, if this looks like something you’re interested in, keep an eye out for an official announcement from Fujifilm on Wednesday.

[via pttl.gr]

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