Fujifilm launches camera that recreates live Instagram photos

Fujifilm has launched its new Instax Square ‘SQ10’ camera inspired by Instagram’s square-shaped photographs, which can then be printed to turn a digital experience into a tangible one.

The latest model in the Instax range is fully dedicated to the square format as well as incorporating an enhanced level of controls.

It is also the first Instax to be equipped with a digital image sensor as well as an image processing technology which enhances the camera’s ability to take brighter photos in low-light environments as well as close up shots from a distance of up to 10 cm.

Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10 has controls and buttons on the back for editing and printing.

 

The device features an integrated operation dial and buttons on the back with a graphic interface which allows users to edit images on the LCD monitor and choose which ones to print.

The camera will be available for purchase next month.

 

Instax cameras were originally launched in 1998 and since have become the leaders of instant photography over the past several years.

 

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