A visit to Clydach with the Fujifilm Instax Evo

When you have a new camera, its great to get out and try it out in the field. The Instax Evo is a little different, as its Fujifilm’s latest Instax, instant print camera, that combines a digital sensor with the ability to print out on Instax film. A true hybrid, that was pushed to its limits on a walk around Clydach in Swansea.

It was a bit of a grey day, that changed as we walked around Clydach in Swansea. 18 of us turned out in the end, and we took a fantastic walk that was roughly 3 miles in length. We followed the canal, the river, went through woodland and explored a tiny ruin. What made this trip special for me was it was the first time I partly videoed using the Fujifilm X-T3 and used the Fujifilm Instax Evo for stills.

Here is the video. Please enjoy it, I think it’s my best yet! Also please like it and subscribe to my channel. It really helps!

All the below images are from the Fujifilm Instax Evo, and shows that it really is a capable little camera. I enjoyed using it for the day as my main camera, and it’s given me memories to keep forever. I love the tone of the images that the camera produced.

The more I use the Fujifilm Instax Evo, the more I enjoy it. I have already given my initial impressions and shared my first 10 frames with you. This is a further 18 frames from the camera, which is quickly becoming my everyday camera. The prints look stunning, and the hybrid nature of the camera means you don’t waste film.

I am a semi-professional photographer who runs a weekly meeting photography group as well as numerous Facebook groups (Great Photography Walks South Wales and Fujifilm Lovers Worldwide Group). I also have a brand-new blog website dedicated to various other things which I like to call The Ramblings Of A Welshman. I hope you can join me there; you might find it interesting! You’ll find my YouTube Channel Here!

Published by Mark G.Adams

Fujifilm And Olympus Documentary Photographer, YouTuber & Blogger.

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