You must have the Fujifilm Instax 210 or the Fujifilm Instax Wide 300 Black Camera for this frame. This is specifically sized for the Fujifilm Instax Wide film.
This Santa's Chair Instax Folder cardboard photo frame is the newest addition to the popular design as with the 4x6 and 5x7 folders but is specifically for the Fujifilm Instax 210 camera film. This paper photo frame is made out of glossy white cardstock on the outside, and around the picture opening, and non-laminated on the inside cover. There is a green trim around the front cover and inside viewable image. The front cover of this Christmas Folder has a graphic of Santa's chair with his Christmas list and some toys. The photo matting (layer with the photo opening) is secured with a factory adhesive on the top, so you can load the photo from the bottom. The bottom of this matting is not glued. A precut slit exists on the bottom of the photo area to further secure the photo. The frame perfectly fits your Fuji Instax 210 print (not Instax mini).
Choose 2.4x3.9 (1st Photo above) if you turn the camera for vertical view. Choose the 3.9x2.4 (2nd Photo) for the standard horizontal view. The actual viewable window of this folder is 2.0x3.5 so it is slightly less than the 3.9x2.4 picture area of the film. This is so that you do not see the edges of the picture as in most matted frames.
Because Polaroid 600 film is no longer available, the Fujifilm Instax 210 has taken over the instant photo industry. You may buy the Fujifilm Instax 210 camera at Amazon for under $70.00. The film is $1.00 - $1.25 each depending on quantity. We have experimented with this camera and film ourselves, and its quality is excellent!
White with green trim.
For 3.9x2.4 picture area of the Fuji Instax film. Actual viewable area is 3.5x2.0
Glossy front cover.
How photo is inserted
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About Sizes (What size frame should I choose?)
Simply select the size below that matches your photo size. A 4x6 frame accepts a 4x6 photo. For folder frames, a 7x5 frame is for a landscape (horizontal) picture. And a 5x7 is for portrait (vertical) picture. See more about sizes in our FAQ section.