When Polaroid announced that they were discontinuing their instant photography line, I was devastated. Along with styling, photography has been one of my biggest passions, and Polaroid Instant Film had a huge influence on my becoming a budding photographer. I soon began my search for my Polaroid’s replacement. It was around this time last year I found what I lovingly call my Fuji-roid.
 

 

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Fuji-roid is actually an Instax Mini 7S Instant Film Camera by Fujifilm. This adorable camera takes cute, little credit card sized photos and, unlike Polaroid, comes with exposure control settings to create the perfect photo! Here are a few of my mini masterpieces:

 
 

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Although, with the help of Lady Gaga, Polaroid is now making instant film again, but I am going to stick with my Fuji-roid. You can purchase your own over at B&H photography.
 
Now I leave you ladies with one question: which do you prefer: Fuji or Polaroid?