Fuji Instax Party Kit: Instant Memories, Instant Fun

  By Kaitlyn Kerr

It’s awesome that nowadays, pretty much everyone has a camera in their pockets. It’s awesome that we can share those photos too, but sometimes it’s nice to have a physical copy. I love having photo prints I can stick on my fridge or in my wallet. The Fujifim Instax lineup is awesome – just like old polaroids – and lets you shoot to instant prints in different formats, or print instantly from your phone.

The Camera Store is happy to add an Instax Party Kit to our rental pool – perfect for parties, weddings, showers, or whatever you can come up with. The kit includes 10 Fuji Instax Mini 9 cameras and an InstaxSHARE SP-2 Printer. Buy a minimum of 10 packs of film ($98.49 plus tax) and the rental is free!

For weddings, put a camera on every table and have guests take photos of themselves, then write a short message on the back. Instant guestbook – and years down the road, you’ll still be able to put faces to the names. For baby showers, have each guest take a photo with baby or parents and write a message for the little one to read when they grow up. Maybe you’ve got a huge family reunion coming up and want to do something different. Why not plan a photo-scavenger hunt? Each team gets a camera and a pack of film and has to take a picture in different places or doing different things!

With ten cameras, each simple and easy to use, you’re sure to capture the fun from every angle. Plus, with the SP-2 printer, anyone can connect their phone to it and print their mobile photos right then and there. No matter the event, this is a great way to get everyone involved and for you to have something to remember it by. Printed photos make for tangible memories, and instant photos make for instant fun.

Contact our rental department to book now!


Kaitlyn is a craft beer enthusiast and self-labelled film nerd. Suitably, she is one of the hosts of Calgary's Beers & Cameras meetup group. She also drinks too much coffee and wants to see too many places. When not helping coordinate events or exploring whatever city, town, or backroad she can, she also works as a freelance photographer and assistant.