Fujifilm might be known to some for its Instax series of cameras. For those unfamiliar with these cameras, basically they’re film cameras that can print photos taken on the spot. For the most part the photos printed are rectangular in shape, but for those who are fans of the square format, you might be interested in Fujifilm’s latest offering.
The company has recently announced their latest Instax camera in the form of the Instax Square SQ6. For those the most part the SQ6 will function similarly to other Fujifilm Instax camera where it will let photographers take photos and print them instantly, but the main difference would be that the format printed will be square.
There will be other features such as a programmable electronic shutter release, a motor-based macro, landscape, and double exposure focus modes. There will also be a 10-second timer if you are trying to get a group shot. Fujifilm is also claiming that users will be able to get about 300 pictures worth on a single charge.
Film will be sold separately, of course, and will be available in packs of 10. As for pricing, the SQ6 is priced at $130 and will be available come 25th of May. This is not the first square format camera Fujifilm has launched, with the previous model being the hybrid SQ10 which is almost double the price of the SQ6.
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