Say “hello” to the Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10, a hybrid instant camera that offers the convenience of digital capture and storage with the ability to produce a physical instant print!
The digital photography revolution has been pretty awesome so far and sharing your images instantly in the digital realm becomes easier and easier. That said, there’s still something very special about being able to physically hold a picture and watch as it develops in your hand just seconds after you’ve taken it. But what if you can have both? Meet the all new Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10, an instant camera with a twist.
Featuring a square format digital 1/4″ CMOS image sensor the Fuji Instax Square SQ10 hybrid instant camera offers the convenience of digital capture and storage with the ability to produce a physical instant print – the best of both worlds!
The camera prints to Fujifilm’s new Instax Square instant film with a film size of 86mm x 72mm, and an image size of 62mm x 62mm (Wider than the Instax Mini). The Instax Square SQ10 camera stores images on either its own internal memory or onto external microSD cards. All stored photos can be printed at any time, and as many times as you want.
Watch as we join Lauren Lim, at Photography Concentrate takes a closer look at the Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10 camera. Including what you get in the box, the film, the camera functionality, and features.
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