Fujifilm’s Instax instant-print cameras are pretty popular, especially these days when it seems that film is making a comeback of sorts. The downside to the majority of these cameras is that the focus and emphasis is placed on being able to create physical prints on the spot, but what if you wanted a digital copy that you can share online as well?

Not to worry because Fujifilm has you covered. The company has announced their latest Instax camera in the form of the Mini LiPlay. This is a “hybrid” camera, according to the company, because it combines the best of both worlds. Not only can this print images on the spot, but it can also store a digital copy which can then be transferred to your smartphone wirelessly where you can then upload it to your social media.

Granted, it might not necessarily be the best quality as far as digital cameras are concerned, but at least it will be better than taking a photo of the physical print or scanning it in. Other specs of the Instax Mini LiPlay include a 1/5-inch CMOS sensor, a fixed 28mm f/2.0 lens, a 2.7-inch LCD monitor, the ability to support audio recordings, and also an integrated flash and selfie mirror.

It will be priced at $160 and will accept Instax Mini Instant Films. It is currently available for pre-order via Adorama and B&H.

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