Fujifilm is back again and this time it comes up with its first square format Instax hybrid camera, SQ 10. This new hybrid instant camera expands the shooting opt and store photos digitally, enables photographers to capture a wealth of scenes with amazing control because it enhanced level of practicality as well as it also apply filters. According to VogaTech, the Instax Square SQ10 uses a image processing tech with a digital image sensor for capturing pictures.
Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10 Hybrid Camera Design
The SQ10 is a squarish camera, finished in black with silver accents. This new model will differ from the previous ones in the instax series since it will feature digital components for the first time including a 3.7MP digital sensor and a 3-inch LCD screen. The SQ10 will sport a 28.5mm-equivalent f/2.4 autofocus lens and also use a 86mm x 72mm film with an actual photo size of 62mm x 62mm and images can be saved to the camera’s internal memory of a microSD card. Using the screen, the photographer can apply 10 different filters to the photos before printing in addition to controlling brightness and vignette.
Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10 Hybrid Camera Features
The SQ 10 is a digital camera unlike any of the previous cameras in Fujifilm’s Instax lineup. It equipped with a 1/4-inch digital CMOS image sensor and digital image processing technology, the new Instax Square SQ10 will let you capture 3.6Mp colour photos. Images measuring 62mm x 62mm can be printed on the 1:1 format on the square format film.
Other features include auto-exposure control and facial recognition. Fujifilm says the SQ10’s digital image sensor and image processing technology allows it to take brighter photos in low-light conditions compared to traditional Instax cameras.
Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10 Hybrid Camera Price
Fujifilm has announced the Instax Square SQ10 will be available on May 19 for US$279, while 10-packs of film will run you $17.