Sorry, I was not precise enough: The Classic Neo 90 has *three* exposure compensation settings, one of which is "strong overexpose" (really only about +1) - that's missing on the Sofort. It has "standard" over- and underexpose, like some of the cheaper Fujifilm cameras. I think it's about +-3/4 of a stop - but given the very limited latitude of the Instax film, the quarter stop actually can make a difference. However, it's not that big a deal.The Sofort is so beautiful, they really got the design right with that one. It is a little discouraging to hear that they took the exposure compensation feature away - my wife has the Neo 90 and I've made use of that feature many times in taking pictures of her and friends when requested. All in all I'd kind of like to see the Instax Mini format fade away in favor of newer and better Instax wide and/or square cameras. The mini format has always been a little too small. I keep getting ready to pull the trigger on a camera in one of the larger formats to replace my wife's Neo 90, but none of these cameras have won me over yet.
[thinks] Wish I had a Leica M7 like that guy. But, I've got some black gaffer tape and he doesn't, so I guess we're equal.