American fashion brand Michael Kors has teamed up with Japanese camera company Fujifilm on a collaborative release of the Instax Mini 70 Polaroid camera. The popular device shoots instant credit card-sized film Polaroids.
Fujifilm has teamed up with famous Michael Kors to offer a limited edition Instax Mini 70 camera. Instant cameras are a hot item right now — we’ve seen new ones announced this month from both Leica and Polaroid — and no doubt someone out there would like to get their hands on a classy model.
This limited edition Mini 70 is designed to be stylish with a gold color and the Michael Kors signature printed on the camera’s back.
The limited-edition shooter comes in an “exclusive” gold metallic color that “captures the jet-set Michael Kors aesthetic,” according to the press release.
Fashion and photography are about giving a voice to individuals as they express themselves, and this exclusive INSTAX Mini 70 by Michael Kors is the pinnacle of style and substance.
said Mark Yamamoto, President and CEO, FUJIFILM North America Corporation.
The camera for perfect selfies
Celebrated for its ability to produce sharp, physical photos in an instant, the new Mini 70 features a sleek design, special selfie mode and high-performance flash that automatically calculates surrounding brightness and adjusts shutter speeds accordingly.
As an added bonus, the camera has a smart selfie mode that automatically adjusts settings to capture picture-perfect selfies.
The Instax Mini 70 earned a good rating in PCMag’s review, which notes it has some fun features that will appeal to millennials, including a front mirror for framing selfies.
The Michael Kors Fujifilm Instax Mini 70 camera is sold on Amazon for $119.99.