Fujifilm's instant film printer lets you share your pictures IRL
Instant cameras are all about photography.
Composing your shot, capturing the moment and seconds later having a single tangible picture.
This is all about sharing.
It even says so in the name.
The $200 Instax Share SP-2 is Fujifilm's second mobile printer made to turn your smart phone shots into instant print.
It uses the same film packs the company's Instax mini cameras, which run about 50 cents to a dollar for each credit card sized print.
Just load a pack of film turn it on and connect to the shares direct wi-fi network with your phone or tablet.
The share app let you full photos from your gallery take a fresh shot or grab from social networks.
You can do a little editing pick a filter or drop it in a template including a new split option that let you spread a single picture across two prints.
A faster exposure system gets you a print in about 10 seconds, and quality has improved from the SB-1, giving you sharper, more detailed results.
Plus, it's all powered by removable battery, Good for 100 shots before it needs to be recharged by micro USB.
It's anytime, anywhere photo printing for immediate sharing with a touch of nostalgia.
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