It’s been a bad week for Eskom, but even South Africa’s ailing power utility had to take a back seat to the DA’s recent…
Fujifilm on Wednesday officially launched its new INSTAX SQ20 instant camera in South Africa.
Like the SQ10, users can choose images before they print them when using the updated device.
“The new Instax Square SQ20 takes instant photography one step further — users can film a short video and then select the correct frame to print,” the company reveals in a press release.
This means that you can choose stills from videos taken on the SQ20, and then have them printed out like a traditional instant camera photograph.
The feature has been dubbed “Motion Mode”, and allows users to film for up to 15 seconds.
“The video is stored on a microSD card, which can be transferred onto a computer or smartphone at a later stage,” the company also noted.
The new camera also features 4x digital zoom, a first for Instax devices, along with a number of filters.
Users can shoot with from one of two shutter buttons on either side of the device.
The Instax Square SQ20 is available for R2999, and comes with a 16GB microSD card.
Feature image: supplied, Fujifilm