Following the launch of its inaugural SQ10 version last year, Fujifilm returns with the all-new instax SQUARE SQ20 camera. The second installment follows its predecessor with 1920 x 1920 (3.69MP) digital photos and soundless H.264 videos at 15 frames per second. However, its packed with new functions to allow owners more stylized options when shooting.
For one, it’s equipped with the franchise’s first-ever motion mode, a self-timer for group shots, and a new Frame Grab attribute lets you capture 15-second videos and choose the one frame you want to print using the dial on the camera’s back portion. Additionally, a new time shift collage function allows for four-images to be printed on a single instant photo with just one click of the shutter. When it comes to aesthetics, the innovative Sequence filter enables folks to snap moving subjects with a “dreamy feel,” as per PetaPixel. Not to mention, a tiny mirror has been fitted to the front of the camera for selfies.
The Fujifilm instax SQUARE SQ20 will release on October 20 with an estimated retail price of $200 USD at select retailers. In related news, Ricoh recently unveiled the lightweight Gr III Compact camera.