A great choice for mid-level shooters that want a compromise between automatic modes and manual control. It is one of the premium Fuji Instax models that offers just enough manual control for most needs. As its name suggests, the Instax Wide 300 also uses the Instax Wide film.
Pro Good picture quality in automatic mode
This camera does a decent job of taking good quality photos without any additional tweaking. It generally does pretty well at setting the exposure needed, resulting in accurately exposed pictures. The flash will fire automatically in dim conditions, even if it is not turned on.
Con Counter-intuitive focusing mechanism
There are two focus settings: 0.9 - 3m or 3m to infinity. While the camera does a decent job at taking pictures in these modes, it does become confusing when the subject is approximately 3 meters away and you have to guess the mode that you need to use.
Con Easy to understand controls.
The Instax Wide 300 only includes the basic controls. The shutter button is easy to access in landscape or portrait mode. There are only two buttons on the back, one to switch enable/disable the flash and a button for adjusting exposure compensation. A back display shows film count and current shooting mode. The focus mode can be changed by twisting the lens.