The Fujifilm Instax Mini 12 is an updated version that solves a problem that many such cameras have. The problem occurs when you want to take a close-up of something.
When you look through the viewfinder and move the camera closer to the subject, a displacement occurs – a parallax error – which means that the images are not printed with the exact same view as you saw in the viewfinder.
On the Fujifilm Instax Mini 12, the viewfinder compensates for the displacement that occurs when you turn the lens to the macro setting.
The camera is on its way to stores in several colors, and uses Fujifilm Instax Mini film, which produces images in a convenient credit card size. It has a built-in flash, automatic exposure, a close-up limit of 30 cm, and uses regular AA batteries.