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Fujifilm’s SQ10 Is The Love Child Of A Digital Camera And A Polaroid Camera
By Izza Sofia, 21 Apr 2017
Fujifilm has revealed the Instax Square SQ10—the first hybrid instant camera with a new square format film “INSTAX SQUARE Film”.
According to Peta Pixel, it is the first in its range that is equipped with a digital image sensor and digital image processing technology, which allows more creativity and an artful interpretation on screen, before printing. With a single charge, this camera can shoot up to 160 frames and you can instantly turn it into a Instax photo.
Boasting a 3-inch LCD screen, users can choose up to 10 different filters, alongside editing the color, contrast and brightness of the picture, while it can save up to 50 photos on its internal memory, and even more on a memory card with the final photos printed in a square format.
The camera is scheduled to drop in May 2017 for US$280, and a 10-pack of SQUARE film would cost US$17.
Learn more about this new camera at Peta Pixel.
[via Peta Pixel]
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