Rediscovering Instant Photography with the NONS SLR

In a world dominated by digital images, the allure of instant photography is experiencing a powerful resurgence. And at the forefront of this revival is Hong-Kong based brand, NONS, a company that’s redefining the art of instant imaging. Learn about NONS and its exciting line of instant photography gear, including the innovative SL645 and SL660 Instant Cameras. Here, we’ll also delve into the unique feature that sets NONS apart – their adapters, which allow you to use virtually any lens with their instant cameras, unlocking a world of creative possibilities.

Meet NONS: Instant Photography Reimagined

NONS is a brand that’s passionate about preserving the essence of analog photography while infusing it with modern technology and innovation. Their commitment to this vision is evident in their impressive range of instant photography products.

The SL645 Instant Camera

The NONS SL645 Instant Camera is a true game-changer in the world of instant photography. Here’s why:

NONS SL645 Instant Camera.
  • Interchangeable Lenses: The SL645 boasts interchangeable lenses, giving photographers the freedom to experiment with different focal lengths and creative effects. This versatility allows you to capture stunning instant prints with your unique artistic touch.
  • Manual Controls: For those who relish full control over their shots, the SL645 offers manual exposure controls. Adjust settings like aperture and shutter speed to achieve your desired photographic effect, creating instant masterpieces with precision.
  • Digital Integration: In a nod to modern convenience, the SL645 is equipped with Bluetooth connectivity. This feature enables you to transfer digital copies of your instant prints to your smartphone, seamlessly bridging the gap between analog and digital.

The SL660 Instant Camera

The NONS SL660 Instant Camera is a sibling to the SL645, sharing its remarkable features and capabilities. However, it differs in one significant way – the SL660 produces wide instant images, which is a larger format than the Instax mini film used by the SL645. This larger format provides photographers with even more space to craft their vision, resulting in instant prints that are truly captivating.

NONS SL660 Instant Camera.

Like its sister model, the SL660 pairs well with the NONS 50mm f/1.8 and 35mm f/2.4 manual lenses. The 50mm lens excels at capturing close-up shots, while the 35mm lens is ideal for landscapes and wider compositions.

Unlocking Creative Freedom with NONS Adapters:

What truly sets NONS apart is their range of adapters, which allow you to use almost any lens with their instant cameras. This means you can take your photography to new heights by experimenting with a wide variety of lenses, from fisheye to macro, and beyond. The possibilities are only limited by your imagination.

The NONS brand is breathing new life into instant photography with their innovative SL645 and SL660 Instant Cameras, offering a blend of analog charm and modern convenience. Whether you’re a seasoned photographer looking to expand your horizons or a creative soul seeking a tangible connection to your art, NONS has something to offer.

But what truly sets NONS apart is their adapters, which open up a universe of creative possibilities. These adapters empower you to use virtually any lens with their instant cameras, transforming your photography experience into a canvas of endless potential.

So, if you’re ready to embark on a journey of instant creativity, explore the world of NONS – where innovation meets tradition, and where every moment is captured with a touch of magic. With the SL645 and SL660, the choice is yours, and the world of instant photography is at your fingertips. Tour the NONS brand’s line of cameras and instant photo gear at the Photodom store. 

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Isis Jannierre
Isis Jannierre
New York City-based fine arts photographer, Parsons School of Design alumna - capturing and highlighting environmental, social, and cultural issues through an objective lens.
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