Fujifulm's Instax cameras are among the modern inheritors of Polaroid's evaporated mantle: snap a photo, get a print right there on the spot. In an age of instant social sharing, though, the instant physical copy is a curious thing to want, and folks are often given to assuming a certain cynicism about it all. Will the new Neo Classic model, with its rangefinder-like looks, better lens and enhanced features make a difference? I rather like it--but would find it hard to go back to the old ways. After all, there's no real truth to the uneditable moment it supposedly offers: if you can afford a $200 instant camera, you can afford to take as many shots as you like.