Smile! The top-rated Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 camera is on sale for $60 with a free accessory bundle

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The Fujifilm Instax Max 11 is for impatient photographers: It cranks out a self-developing print right after you click the shutter. (Photo: Fujifilm)
The Fujifilm Instax Max 11 is for impatient photographers: It cranks out a self-developing print right after you click the shutter. (Photo: Fujifilm)

Remember those classic instant-print cameras of yesteryear? If you thought they went the way of VCRs and cassette tapes, think again: The Fujifilm Instax Max 11 snaps photos and immediately churns out a self-developing print.

These are great fun for parties and weddings, and I especially like them as a screen-free kid activity. Sound good? Don't miss this deal: For a limited time, the Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 camera bundle is on sale at HSN for $60. For sake of comparison, the camera normally sells for $70 by itself, so here you're saving $10 and getting a bunch of extra goodies. (Pro tip: First order at HSN? Save an extra $20 with promo code HSN2021! You can also make three interest-free payments if you'd rather spread out the cost.)

$60 $80 at HSN

Available in white or blue, the Instax Mini 11 works like an old-fashioned point-and-shoot. There's a front-facing mirror for snapping selfies, and it even has a built-in flash (remember those?). Once you press the shutter, the camera spits out a 2x3-inch print that you'll instinctively fan while it develops (not that you need to do so).

Speaking of prints, normally the camera ships without any film (really, Fuji?), but this bundle includes a 10-print pack. When you're ready for more, head to Amazon, where you can get a 50-pack for $41.

The bundle also comes with two different photo frames to display your best prints and an album to preserve others. The Instax Idea Booklet is included as well.

There's only a single user review of the Instax Max 11 at HSN, but over at Amazon, it scored a rather jaw-dropping 4.8-star average from over 16,000 buyers. While I'm the first to state that user reviews don't tell the whole story, there's no escaping this story: People love these cameras. (Want to learn more? Watch the video that's available on HSN's product page.)

At $60 for a nice little bundle, what's not to like?

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