Imaging at Maplin


Capture special moments, stay connected and communicate effectively with our Imaging range.

We stock a wide range of different Photography Cameras to suit your needs. Instant cameras are ideal for fun, immediate results, while DSLR and Bridge cameras offer an extra degree of control and expertise. Compact cameras are an ideal middle-ground, with tough and 360-cameras particularly ideal for adventures.

In terms of Video Cameras, camcorders are the next level up on simply using your phone to record videos. To stay safe, explore our body cams and dash cams. Webcams are ideal for keeping in touch with friends, family and colleagues using services such as Skype, Discord and Zoom.

Of course, you'll need the tech to take your photography to the next level. Lenses, memory cards, bags and more are available in our Accessories range.

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Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 at Maplin

How do I use the Fujifilm Instax Mini 11?

The Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 is an ideal choice if you’re looking for an instant camera. It’s easy to use, won’t break the bank, and provides plenty of entertainment. But if you’re not sure how to use the Mini 11, Maplin are here to help you out.

360 cameras at Maplin

What are 360 cameras?

Whether you’re heading out on an adventurous holiday or want to capture a walking tour around your favourite city, 360-cameras are a fantastic choice to record everything happening around you.

But what exactly is a 360 camera? Maplin are here to help you understand this impressive piece of photography tech.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does Instax film last?

Once opened, you should ideally try to use Instax film within 2 weeks for best results, and definitely within a month.

Do Instax cameras need an SD card?

No, Instax cameras do not require an SD card as they instantly print each image they take onto the specialist film.

Should I shake Instax film to help the image develop?

Ironically, no! We know this is a common trait associated with instant cameras, but to get the best results you should not crease, squeeze or shake the film.

Once the picture has printed, it normally takes a minute or two to develop.