This week Fujifilm announced the launch of a new device in their Instax series of instant still cameras, the Fujifilm Square SQ10, it is an impressive compact camera that packs all of the features that you need from a camera into a digital image printer.

This hybrid instant camera brings Instax into the future with a 0.25-inch CMOS sensor that features an f/2.4 aperture and has been designed to perform well in low-light conditions when compared to the previous Instax cameras that Fujifilm launched.

It also features a 28.5mm equivalent fixed focal length, with the ability to take close-up shots from a distance of up to 10cm, along with a built-in autofocus feature, facial recognition, and automatic exposure control.

To top that off, it has built-in printing capabilities to make your moments instant and solid.

Or you can just view them from the built-in 3-inch LCD display.

You can also apply one of the ten preset filters that Fujifilm has included in the camera, before or after shooting a photo. It also has vignette controls and brightness adjustments via the three buttons on the top of the camera.

You can store photos on either the SQ10’s internal memory or on a microSD card and as we previously mentioned, you can print photos out in a 1:1 aspect ratio with a 62mm x 62mm print out that takes 12 seconds to print.

You will be able to pick up a 10-pack of these Instax Square film items for £8.99 and the printer to use them with from mid-May for £249.


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