The Fujifilm SQ10 is the latest in the line of Instax cameras which can output small instant prints. Announced in April 2017, it’s the first model in the series to output square images and the first to employ a digital sensor and screen.
The SQ10 employs a 3.6 Megapixel CMOS sensor (1/4in size) and allows you to compose images on a 3in / 460k dot screen. Further cementing itself as a digital camera, the SQ10 can also apply a selection of ten filters, adjust colour, contrast and brightness, before recording them to a Micro SD card, although falls short of having Wifi.
While it’s the first digital Instax, its core premise though remains the same as previous models – the ability to output instant prints, but now for the first time in the square format. The SQ10 will be available in May 2017 for 249 GBP.