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A review of the Instax mini Evo on location in KyaSands by Megan Hunter
I have always been a fan of Instax and own an Instax mini 11. I love creating memories, printing out photos and putting these up around my home. To be fair, I hadn’t printed photos for years until I got my Instax and was reminded how much I love having my memories to look at in person instead of simply forgetting them on my phone.
Recently I was sent the Instax mini Evo to review, and I was so excited when I was first informed of this. I started doing some research and knew that I wanted to bring the camera with me during one of my community outreach days so I could take some pics for the people we visit. Printing photos is a novel concept in reality, and this camera had some super cool functions that I wanted to put to the test.
[Please note that all featured photos have been used with permission of the person photographed.]
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