Fujifilm has released a new Instax printer that supports its larger, more polaroid-like films. The Instax Link Wide smartphone printer is designed to connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth and print camera roll photos that are twice as wide as the original credit card size image. Instax Mini Link Printer. It allows you to transfer and print pictures directly from Fujifilm’s X-S10 Mirrorless camera, no need for smartphone.
As before, the new printer runs on batteries and can print about 100 instaxes on a single charge. According to Fujifilm, you can choose from two print modes, “Instax Rich, Deep, Warm Color, and Instax Natural, which emphasizes the underlying melodies of the image.” You can also use the Instax Link app, which offers about filts, collages, texts, digital stickers and frame templates, while you can import and add handwriting and sketches to a photo.
Instax Link Wide smartphone printer supports Fujifilm Wide format movies, Which costs 20 20 for a pack of 10 – uses it too Instax 300 Wide The camera also, Fujifilm has launched a new black-border version of Instax Wide Film, available for ট 22 for the Ten-Pack. The Instax Link Wide Smartphone Printer comes in at 149.95 later this month
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