Caution: Keep film in a dry, cool place. Do not use damaged or expired film, it may damage your Instax camera. Do not remove film pack from inner foil until ready to load. After the film has been ejected from the camera keep it away from direct sunlight and do not bend it. Development time is roughly 90 seconds. Do not cut, tear, peel apart or puncture either new film or newly used film. Film contains a small amount of caustic paste (highly alkaline), which may remain active for up to 10 minutes after the photo is taken. If the film is punctured. avoid contact with skin, eyes, and mouth. If skin contact occurs, immediately wash the area with plenty of water to avoid burns. In case of eye or mouth contact, immediately wash the area with plenty of water and then consult your doctor. Use at 41-104 degrees F (5-40 degrees C). To prevent possible fogging of unexposed film during X-ray inspection of luggage at airports, it is essential that all film and Instax cameras loaded with film should be carried as hand baggage (not checked baggage).