Fujifilm rolls out a square format analog Instax camera. It is named as Square SQ6 and it is an instant film camera that captures photos in 4-inch by 2.4-inch square format.
The Instax square has a feature ‘auto-exposure control’ which will adjust the settings for a perfect picture and a sensor for detecting surrounding brightness that will adjust the shutter speed accordingly. There are three color filters- orange, green and purple which will add to the flash to give different look.
You can take better close ups because of the selfie mode which will adjust the focus and brightness. Next to the lens there is a mirror that aids in good photo capture. If you want to click with larger group then use the built-in ten second timer and a tripod socket so that you can set up your own camera rig.
Other shooting modes are also possible by just pressing the shutter button twice and you can use double exposure mode to superimpose two images onto a single film. Another square camera Square SQ10 costs hefty amount of $279 and is a mixture of both analog and digital.
This IoT device comes in three different colors: gray, gold and white and you have to purchase Fujifilm Instax film separately, which costs $12.54 per pack of 10 prints on Amazon.
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