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Giveaway: Win a Fuji Instax Mini 90 Instant Camera and Twenty Packs of Film!

Update: This giveaway is now over. The winner has been announced at the end of this post.


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Alright ladies and gentlemen, it’s time for the first of MANY giveaways this year (yes, many, so stick around), and we thought we’d start 2014 off with something fun: a Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic instant camera and twenty 20-count packs of film to keep you shooting all year long!

If you’re not familiar with the Instax Mini 90, it’s one of Fuji’s most popular instant cameras and was a big hit when we reviewed it earlier this month. Whether you’re a photo enthusiast who just likes taking pictures, or a professional who likes to put away your D4 or 1DX and slum it on occasion, the Mini 90 offers a glorious return to the world of instant photography.

And since a lot of people seem to feel that the price of film is a prohibitory part of the instant camera deal, we’re throwing in twenty 20-count packs of Instax Mini film. That’s 400 pictures, enough for a 365 project and then some!

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Entering is Easy

We’ve heard your feedback loud and clear, and you no longer need to have a Facebook account to enter. Just drop us a line in the comments letting us know how you intend to put the Instax Mini to good use. If you DO like our Facebook page, you’ll get a bonus entry! Just include ANOTHER comment with your personalized Facebook ID only (e.g. for facebook.com/petapixel the ID is petapixel).

And that’s it! We’ll take entries all the way from the moment this post goes live until Friday January 31st at midnight Easter Standard Time. (Note: Please don’t comment more than once — or twice if you get a bonus entry for liking our Facebook page — or we’ll have to disqualify you from the drawing).

Remember, the contest ends on Friday January 31st at midnight Eastern Standard Time, so get your entries in before that and we’ll update this post with the randomly selected winner’s name once the contest is over!

Also, this giveaway is open to everyone — the camera can be shipped abroad if you’re an international reader outside the United States.

Good luck and thank you so much for reading PetaPixel!


Update: This giveaway is now over. We received almost 3,000 entries! The randomly selected winner is:

Aileen Edwards Finney

Congratulations! Please contact our Editor in Chief directly at [email protected] to claim your prize. We’ll attempt to contact you as well.

And if you didn’t win this latest giveaway, don’t worry — we’ll be back with another one at the end of February, and it’s gonna be a doozy!


 
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  • John Lauderdale

    This would be amazing to have with my upcoming travels!

  • Stephanie S

    Take candid photos of my local entrepreneurs to go along with my blog and of course take pictures of my cats last years

  • Cleven

    I would take on a new photography project with this new camera

  • Cleven

    facebook: cleven.cui

  • Phil Justin Pastor

    :), I liked your facebook also!!! With that many cartridges, a series of strangers downtown with horse masks in their natural environments would be so amazing. I have three empty walls to fill strangers with horse masks……:P…Ima call the series, “Are we Horses or are we Dancers.”

    Because frankly, i think people have inner stallions and mustangs. We steadily lose ourselves in our coordinated choreography of life. Not a bad thing, but must not forgot the peacefulness of sometimes breaking free from the stage to graze on a vast grass field with no boundaries or fences to limit our inner growth.

    In case of the judges being females, i will leave a picture of a seductive kitten in hope of swaying their vote. And for the guys, a picture of Olivia Wilde stretching.

  • Phil Justin Pastor

    42

  • Molly Byrd

    I would love to use this with my family, so awesome!

  • Molly Byrd

    I like you on fb! molly dot byrd dot 7

  • Dan Battista

    i want.

  • Lena

    I would use the camera to help capture a bunch of memories with my best friends before having to move next semester :c My fb ID is: Elllleeeeee

  • http://syukaery.com/ Ahmad Syukaery

    I’d take use this camera to shoot strangers on my trips and give them the prints for a little smile on their faces

  • JC Tu

    would shoot with it for helping to gain acceptance of strangers for my street photography

  • Neil Blenkiron

    Facebook ID: neilblenkiron

  • Reva May

    I would use the camera and film to help document my street photography project. I plan on traveling to coast to coast documenting city life and this camera would be perfect.

  • Reva May

    FB ID: revamay

  • Tan Cheng Yu

    Will try a 365 project

  • unaunan

    I would use this camera to document a year in life with SMA (Spinal Muscular Atrophy.)

  • unaunan

    tuanishere

  • Chong Chee Yee

    I would use it to take one photo a day of my friends, interesting things and animals!

  • Suhing

    Insta memories for many adventures … Will be great to have and explore the world with it . :D

  • Suhing

    Facebook ID : suhing.ventura

  • Dennis Juchems

    I could put this little beauty to good use rekindling my old joy of polaroids. :)

  • Dennis Juchems

    I’m also liking the facebook page, my ID on facebook is Dennis.Juchems :)

  • laura w

    i would just use it. i would use it to capture anything. especially the kids.

  • Aymon Blundell

    Do an old vs new project, taking instant photos of places and then later on holding the instant photo in front of the scene and taking a photo of it. Already liked your facebook page

  • William

    I really would love to have the opportunity to win this for my dad. He is a life long lover of photography and the arts. I can’t think of a single day where he hasn’t at least tried to show me something photo related. The beauty of his undying love for the art of capturing photons on a photon receptor inside of a dark box is that he is not just set on one style or method of capturing an image. All forms are welcome. My father loves everything from Nicephore Neipce, all the way up to HDR. That being said, I know he will appreciate this beautiful camera which has such good heritage, I mean come on, it’s a Fuji! He will make timeless cameos to be shared with the world. He won’t let you down, and in my humble opinion, there is no better candidate.
    Thank you,
    William

  • http://swelike.wordpress.com/ Mark

    I would just use this to have fun. Everyone loves instant film.

  • Michael Rasmussen

    This is the best thing I’ve heard of since the SX70 SE.
    Remeber? You mailed in your “failed” photos to Polaroid and got vouchers for replacment film at a 1:1 ratio.

  • eszra

    cool

  • Josh Johnston

    I would give it to my daughter who told me tonight she is saving for one. I’d love to surprise her.

  • ek

    me please!

  • katerinajo

    I would take pictures of people, things, adventures, and then store them in a time capsule!

  • katerinajo

    Facebook: katerinaja

  • AlanSmithee75

    I’m putting together a trip to visit refugee areas in Palestine and Nepal this summer to collect portraits and stories. I’d love to use this camera and film in that project! Thanks for everything!

  • Kismet{Unreal Bride}

    Ooh the multiple exposure feature really excites me! I would document ‘the people I know’and the ‘places I go’.

  • Valentin Leung

    Look like a nice camera.

  • http://tarikd.com/ Tarik Dobbs

    My facebook ID would be: tarikd9

  • J2000

    Looking forward to documenting artists’ work

  • Andrew G

    Will post on here with original thoughts on FB: This
    would bring me back at an old camera we used to have where each picture
    has to be perfect and came out naturally stunning. I would use it when I
    travel to different states to take pictures of landscapes, monuments,
    angles of the sun and moon rising… reflecting on the surface of the
    water or nature. Would add to my album which is collecting dust.

  • J2000

    fb: J2000Clay

  • Iits_rj

    I would most definitely use this camera to capture those great moments at parties and such, I mean of course I could use a smart phone, but what happens when I lose that phone ? I lose all the memories within it. This camera would make it much easier to scrapbook too, no more running to the store to print my photos, I could print it right then and there

  • Erika Weierick

    Facebook ID: itsanerika213
    I commented a couple of days ago but added my ID with my original comment. So I never commented twice.

  • heartless141

    would loooveee to start a 365 project with it!

  • Carla M. Rodriguez

    I will use it to document my best friends and I travels in our beautiful Puerto Rico.

  • Evie Toh

    Thank you for the giveaway! I’ll give this to my mother-to-be best friend, who will be thrilled to finally own her first camera and be able to capture moments of and with her first born.

  • Parampreet Dhatt

    I’ve always been intrigued by film photography and this will give me a chance to foray into this.

  • Parampreet Dhatt

    Facebook id: parampreet.dhatt

  • Justine

    I would absolutely love to have this camera for the wedding guest book album my fiancé and I have decided to create for our nuptials. I’ve always loved instant film cameras but it wasn’t until recently that I have become determined to add one to my camera collection. Once I started researching I came across this beauty and I’ve been smitten ever since.

  • Irene

    I’ll be going to Burma this year to visit family and would love to capture those candid moments!

  • Kelly

    This would be a great way to document my family living with an incurable cancer with the hope of giving strength and courage to others in similar situations.