fujifilm instax mini link 2 contest at Best BuyFujifilm has many innovative photography solutions to consider when shopping for back to school. For many students, the inexpensive and incredibly fun Instax line of cameras and instant printers is perfect for their needs. For other students, especially those hoping to develop skills as a videographer or experiment with developing and large format printing, Fujifilm has a great range of Mirrorless cameras. Learn more about your options then enter to win their newest instant printer.

Instant photography makes going back to school fun

For teachers and students, the return to class will begin another year of solidifying old friendships, building new friendships and, creating memories that will last forever. A great way to celebrate all of this is with instant photography. See a friend; take their picture; print their picture; put that picture on a wall or in your locker or …. There are millions of ways to have fun with the images you print using an Fujifilm Instax Mini Link 2 printer. For example, you know you’ll be going to some birthday parties: friends love getting these little printed memories as gifts!

Teachers too are having fun with Instax printers. Take photos of your students for a colourful poster of goals, achievements, etc. There are tons of websites by teachers with amazingly creative ideas for having fun. What would you do?

Fujifilm innovation enables you to do more than just capture time in a bottle

Instant photography, as made possible with Fujifilm’s Instax printers, is better than just trapping time in a photo. We all do that everyday on our phones. But our phones can only do so much. Fujifilm provides solutions for everything else that photography promises for our lives. Thanks to an Instax printer, you can get those images from your phone onto a format that you can put on a wall, on your fridge, in a birthday card, or in your diary.

Fujifilm’s innovations go far beyond instant photography. They have been trailblazers in professional cameras for creating the highest quality images and videos. For example, just this month Fujifilm announced a new line of mirrorless cameras, the Fujifilm X-H2. If you want to create video in stunning 8K resolution, then this is the kind of camera you might choose. You could explore your photo and video creative limits with a camera like that! Think about what you want from photography as you enter for a chance to win one of the prizes in this contest.

How to enter

Entering this contest is easy and you can enter in two different ways.

  1. In a comment below this article, suggest at least two innovative ways students or teachers could use the instant prints that can be created using the Mini Link printers from Fujifilm.
  2. Explore the range of Fujifilm products at Best Buy, then in a comment below the X-H2 mirrorless camera announcement article on the blog,  tell us which Fujifilm product (name and model number or link) you like best and why.

What you can win

At the end of this contest we will randomly select two (2) winners. Each will receive a Fujifilm Instax Mini Link 2 Printer and a two pack of Instax Film.

This contest runs from September 22nd until Oct 6th

Remember you can enter in two different ways. However, you know many students and likely one or two teachers, who might love an opportunity to win one of these great Fujifilm prizes. Share this contest so more people you know have a chance to win.

Win a Fujifilm Instax Mini 2 Printer Contest Rules and Regulations

Good luck.

297 COMMENTS

  1. Teachers could use it for flash cards for spelling. They could also use it for photos of the kids first and last day of school!

  2. Students could use the camera to document their projects or class memories and the teacher could use it for presentations.

  3. 1) Both Students and teachers could use the prints for year books.
    2) Students could use it to create story boards for inclass presentations.

  4. This system would be amazing to have for students of any age as it could be used in so many different ways!
    1) Students could use for high quality pictures.
    2) Students could use it for awesome presentations!

  5. Those little photos look adorable! Students could use them to attach to essays (for instance showing book covers of books they’re discussing); taking photos of their friends and putting them in binders or lockers; selfies with friends for lockers, binders, memory scrap books; posing with the photo/s on social media to highlight an issue, friendship, books, etc. Librarians could take photos of book covers and hang them on string to show banned books, or recommended books. Teachers could use them as praise or encouragement of some students. Students interested in photography, journalism, etc could use them in their assignments.

  6. This makes me think it is a modern take on the old Polaroid instant printing cameras, so I imagine the instant prints would be used in a similar fashion. The prints could be traded or collected; like a limited number based on only the favs of the many pics that many take on their phones. When using photo features on phones to enhance, zoom in, or highlight certain parts of an existing photo, getting an instant print of that enhancement would be handy to help identify or study certain features when learning in a classroom.

  7. Could use for making flash card study aids
    Could use to enhance creative writing with photos or make photo stories

  8. yet another expensive single-function device to collect dust on your shelf when you realize what paper/ink for it costs

  9. Students could use them on field trips
    Teachers could post pics and bios of each student so they know one another better.

  10. 1) Students/ teachers could use the prints for year books.
    2) Students could use it to create story boards for inclass presentations.

  11. I think it would be great for Class photos and gift tags for students or teachers. There are so many fun ways you could use it!

  12. teachers could take pictures of kids and use photo to identify belongings especially those still learning to read and also also take photo’s of items for colour themed days for more fun learning

  13. I think it would be so cool for students to use this to make a book for identifying local plants in the neighborhood or schoolyard! Or to make a class yearbook using pictures taken throughout the schoolyear.

  14. Insta prints could be used to create a student scrap book of favourite moments in the year or to document visits of class guests.

  15. Elementary school teachers could use this as a way to label students’ personal cubbies, so that students who are learning to read have aid in determining what’s theirs. High school teachers could use these as part of an art project where everybody takes a picture of a different still life and then are assigned to paint their classmates’ photos at random!

  16. I think it would be great for Class photos and gift tags for students or teachers. There are so many fun ways you could use it!

  17. – Self portraits to show the classroom and students
    – Memories of learning and progress throughout the school year

  18. Teachers could post pics and bios of each student so they know one another better. Students could use them on field trips.

  19. As a teacher I could use this in multiple ways. I’d take photos during hands on learning and allow students to use them during reflection and review of process. I’d also take photos during class activities that students could add to their sharing portfolios for parent night.

  20. Students could use the prints to put on the wall in their locker.
    Students and teachers could use thee prints to put in a birthday card.

  21. Students of all ages could use this for a personal portfolio to self-assess their learning progress.
    Teachers could use it for assessment, especially in a play based learning environment where it is hard to get documentation.
    Students could use it for scavenger hunts, in the younger grades this could mean they make letter shapes in nature in order to make the word wall letters.

  22. 1) Teachers could use this as part of a photographic art project where the students take pictures, print them, and form them into collages.
    2) Students could take pictures of the stages of a science experiment and record the steps in their science journal with the pictures as illustrations of what they have done.

    • Students could use instant prints created using the MIni Link printers from Fujifilm to create photo gallery walls or else attach travel prints to a large-scale map, showing what they saw on their travels!

  23. Taking photos on outdoor field trips (especially the science type when you need pics of different plants). Photos can also be used in art class or on presentations that students give on who they are as a person.

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