myFirst Camera Insta 2 Is Snap Happy

myFirst Camera Insta 2 Is Snap Happy


Singapore—The easy-to-use myFirst Camera Insta 2 from Oaxis encourages children to experiment with photography and instantly see results. Moreover, the myFirst camera was created to bridge the gap in children’s technology. It attempts to reinvent the way children learn by engaging in easy technology and having fun while learning.

myFirst Camera Insta 2 Features

To capture moments that last a lifetime, the instant print camera uses thermal printing to create vivid and clear photos in under 10 seconds. As a result, it differs from many other instant print cameras.

Oaxis myFirst Camera Insta 2

The 12-megapixel analog camera can also record Full HD 1,920×1,080 videos. The video is recorded and saved to a microSD card (up to 32GB).

Additional camera features include a selfie camera above its 2.4-inch bright IPS screen. In addition, the camera allows children to take their masterpieces to a final level with a custom frame. They can choose from a variety of preloaded styles. Furthermore, for more options, the camera prints on sticky thermal paper to make instant stickers that can go anywhere.

What’s more, each roll of media allows 80 pictures to be printed. The Insta 2 camera also comes with three rolls of thermal paper. Consequently, children can take 240 shots and use one thermal sticker roll!

Oaxis myFirst Camera Insta 2

It also features a built-in rechargeable battery that charges in less than four hours. Weighing in at 8.3 ounces, the camera also comes with a lanyard.

“By encouraging children to pursue their hobbies, the myFirst Camera is ideal for capturing those precious family day outings, or home-learning and shooting birds in the garden,” the company announced. “The camera is also built for the rough and tumble of child’s play and will last a lifetime.”

Oaxis’s myFirst Camera Insta 2 comes in pastel pink and blue versions. It retails for  $99.90.


Founded in 2010, Oaxis Asia Pte Ltd. has garnered various design awards for its products. For instance, the company’s InkCase technology won multiple design awards in three consecutive years. Oaxis-Logo

Oaxis originates from the word “oasis,” a place in a desert with water denoting vitality, vigor and hope.

The logo forms an infinity sign with the letters “O” and “A,” representing the continuous pursuit of the limitless potential in technology.