The first camera I'd like to talk about is the Fuji Instax Mini 90. It's an old style Polaroid camera that I found fun to use as the pictures it produces really reminds me of the late '70's, early 80's when I was a teenager. It just bring me back to that time every time I take a picture.
It has rechargeable battery with various shooting modes (i.e. flash on, flash off, bulb, double exposure, landscape, portrait, timer, etc), many of which, I will not use (or to put it more bluntly, I'm too scared to use 'cause of film costs). It's also got a tripod mount and two shutter release buttons to make shooting in either portrait or landscape mode easy.
I like to use it in the regular 'point and shoot" mode where I don't have to think too much. One thing you really have to remember is to check your composition very carefully as 20 shots will cost you $30! For example, one picture I took of my dad's wife had a lamp growing out of her head, something which I did not notice when I took the picture, and something she pointed out to me later.
I think what really is cool about this is that you watch the picture develop right in front of your eyes. I forgot what a thrill that was to do. In about 2 minutes, you can start to see the image form, and after 5 minutes, you get the final picture. The pictures aren't really sharp, but they give you that "analog" experience
Also what's cool about it is that it's like an Instagram picture right from the get go without any post processing (OK, full disclosure, I don't have an Instagram account or have ever been on Instagram, but the pictures I have seen look like this).
Lastly, the pictures are smaller than the original Polaroid’s. They're about half to a third less in size.
I got this as gift from my wife for Xmas. Would I buy it myself??? Maybe, well actually, yes. The only thing is the film is a tad expensive (I'm a cheapskate at heart - yeah, I know, this is coming from a guy who has a bunch of Canon L lenses.)