Fujifilm Australia has announced the launch of the $219 Instax Square Link smartphone printer, which while it doesn’t actually print smartphones produces square format prints which Fuji says are 50 percent larger than currently available.
Prints are 62 mm × 62 mm rather than the standard 62mm x 46mm.
Features (via APP):
‘Augmented Reality’ print: Add special effects, text, images, background colours, doodles, and animations.
Instax Connect: Share INSTAX images digitally by selecting a Smartphone image, adding text and effects, and sending it to any connected device. Users can add text to their images and get text responses sent back directly on the image. What fun. Recipients who are also Square Link users can print a copy of the image with or without ‘augmented reality’.
Other stuff: Square Link includes a variety of frame templates, digital stickers, and print mode options; two print mode options – ‘rich’ and ‘natural’; artistic filters and adjustments to brightness, contrast, and saturation; combine up to nine Smartphone images on a single print.
Square Link transfers an image from the user’s Smartphone and commences printing in about 12 seconds and finish in about 90 seconds, supports continuous printing, and is capable of printing about 100 Instax prints per Bluetooth charge.
Square Link will be offered in white and green at an RRP of $219.
Fujifilm has also announced that the Instax Min 11 will now also be available in pastel green.