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Fujifilm launches Instax Share, an instant smartphone printer


With the flourishing demand of Fujifilm’s instax mini instant cameras and frequent requests from users who wish to create prints from their smartphone images, Fujifilm officially rolled out its smartphone printer, the Instax SHARE Smartphone Printer SP-1, that prints smartphone images through the app.

Via the downloaded app (free on both App Store and Play Store), users can easily select the photo they’d like to print, choose from the built-in templates, and seamlessly send it to the printer. Users can choose photos from their gallery, or from their Facebook and Instagram accounts.

The Instax Printer uses the traditional instax film pack, making it more accessible to many. The printer and the app indicate the remaining film the printer has to keep track of the film you have consumed.  Check out the specs after the cut.

Almost the size of a tall glass.
Almost the size of a tall glass.

SRP: Php 9,990
Film: Fujifilm Instant Color Film
Film size: 86mm x 54mm
Image size: 62mm x 46mm
Supported image size: 640 x 480 dots
Supported image format: JPEG
Printing time: Approx 16 seconds
Power supply: Two CR2/DL CR2 Lithium batteries; AC power adapter (sold separately)
Printing capacity: Approx 100 prints (when CR2 Lithum batteries are used)
Dimensions/Weight: 101.6mm x 42mm x 122.5mm / 253g (without battery and film pack)