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Fujifilm on Tuesday revealed the Instax Mini Link, the company’s latest Mini smartphone printer.
With a companion app and Bluetooth connectivity, users can connect to the device to access a variety of customisation tools and features for images on their smartphones.
Weighing in at 200 grams, the portable printer prints in “about 12 seconds, supports continuous printing and is capable of printing about 100 Instax prints per charge”.
“Smartphone images can also be enhanced with artistic filters or by changing the brightness, contrast and saturation of the image. Users can combine up to eight pictures into a single Instax print collage via the app,” Fujifilm said in a press release.
Through the Mini Link app, users can print stills from videos and even connect to four other smartphones to create a collaborative collage.
“The printer can also receive picture data from Fujifilm’s X Series and GFX System digital cameras via the Fujifilm Camera Remote app to produce prints,” the company further noted.
Additionally, the Mini Link boasts motion sense features that allow users to remotely shoot pictures on their smartphones too.
“A user can zoom in by facing the printer down, zoom out by facing up, and release the shutter by pressing the power button,” the company explained.
Users can also swipe up on their phones to print, and print several copies of an image by pressing the camera’s power button when holding it upside down.
According to Fujifilm South Africa, a local price and release date will be announced soon.
The Instax Mini Link will be available in Dark Denim, Ash White and Dusky Pink colour variants.
Earlier this week, Fujifilm also revealed Star Wars and Frozen-themed versions of the Instax Mini 9.
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