Instax Mini 40 by Fujifilm is the latest instant print camera from the Japanese company and includes automatic exposure, so you don’t have to waste time turning the buttons and wheels. Also, it has a selfie mode activated by pulling out the front edge of the camera lens.

As with all Fujifilm Instax cameras, when you press the shutter button, the device emits a tiny impression that takes about 90 seconds to develop. The camera, which has been on sale since April, is powered by several AA-size batteries, which should match about 10 Instax Mini movie packages, each of which offers 10 photos.