I like the Lomo Instax Wide because it does bulb mode, and multiple exposures. Lomo beat Fuji to those features in their camera. Fuji should have included them a long time ago, like they did in the Instax Mini 90 already.
However, the Lomo Instax has a sliding focus, and I miss focus on a lot of shots. I’m just a bad judge of distance, I guess. I try to do it correctly every time. Fuji’s Instax wide cameras have just 2 focus settings. .9m-3m, and 3m-infinity. My shots are in focus a lot more often.
I tend to shoot people within a few meters of me. The Lomo’s focus ring has 3 marks on it, .9m, 1-2m, and INF. Almost half my shots are a bit out of focus. 😦
I think I’ll only use this camera when I really want to do bulb or multiple exposures, falling back to the Instax 300 for regular shooting.
Anyhow, here’s some shots from the weekend.