Saturday, 25 May 2019

Fujifilm introduces the second generation of its hybrid instant camera


SQ20SQ20 - More than a year after introducing its first hybrid instant camera, this time Fujifilm announced the second generation of its product line. Fujifilm has just introduced the second generation of its hybrid instant camera which carries the name Instax Square SQ20. A number of new features were also presented from the successor to this SQ10.

One of them is Motion Mode. This feature allows users to take recordings for 15 seconds, then select certain moments in them to be printed in physical form. The recording can also be saved via an external memory card. If you rely on internal memory, the length of time the video can be recorded only reaches three seconds.

In addition, there is also a Time Shift Collage that allows users to take four images with time lag. The four images will be collated directly on the printed photo from this camera. There is also Collage mode that allows users to take pictures freely and put them together on one photo paper. The form of collage produced can also be adjusted.

For the lens, the SQ20 still maintains openings at f / 2.4, such as the SQ10, with an additional 4.0x zoom function, as well as being the first of all cameras in the Instax line. Unfortunately, the sensor is smaller than its predecessor, which was previously 1/4 inch to 1/5 inch.

Based on information in its official website, SQ20 will go on sale on October 20. There are two color choices provided by Fujifilm, namely Beige and Matte Black. For the price, the Japanese company has not provided further information. As an illustration, SQ10 announced in April 2017 was launched with a price tag of USD 280 and now the price has dropped to USD 200.


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