FUJIFILM CORP. has released an update to its hybrid square-format instant film camera featuring new functions and color variations.
The instax SQUARE SQ20, which is an update to the earlier SQ10, is the latest addition to Fujifilm’s instant camera line. The digital-analog or hybrid film camera allows users to preview and edit photos before printing them out and store images via its built-in memory, which is expandable via a microSD card.
The SQ20 features new functions such as Motion Mode, which lets users take a video up to 15 seconds long and grab a single frame to print out.
The Time Shift Collage feature, meanwhile, combines four sequential images in one shot, with the time difference between the frames adjustable from 0.2 to two seconds.
The Split and Collage options also let users combine multiple images in one frame. The Split function offers four segmentation options — namely vertically halved, horizontally divided in three, divided in quarters, and divided in nine — while the Collage feature allows user to divide images randomly.
The SQ20 likewise offers the first digital zoom function in the instax series and is equipped with a selfie mirror. The camera is also equipped with a wider range of filters for stills and videos.
The camera has a 1/5-inch sensor, a focal length of 33.4 mm (35-mm format equivalent), and an aperture of f2.4. It has a maximum shutter speed of 1/7500 of a second and a minimum of 1/2 of a second, and a maximum of 10 seconds in Bulb mode.
The instax SQ20 is currently available in matte black and beige at an SRP of P12,999 at Fujifilm authorized dealers nationwide.