At the time, when digital cameras hadn’t been invented yet, people used film cameras. Another interesting example was an instant camera – when you press the button to make a photo and you get it immediately. Actually, now these devices are coming back and there’s a lot of them on the market. For example, Fujifilm decided to combine digital with analogue in its new hybrid camera called Instax Square SQ10.
Fitted with a ¼-inch CMOS image sensor (1920×1920 resolution), this camera is also compatible with Instax Square film that came out just last year. Together, film and digital technologies contribute to better image quality, especially in poorly lit conditions. In addition, the camera comes with face recognition and autofocus.
For operating the camera, there is a set of buttons on back side along with the 3-inch LCD screen. The shutter buttons are located on the top plate. As for the memory, Instax Square SQ10 can store 50 images in its internal storage but it can be expanded with a microSD card. Besides, the camera works from a rechargeable battery that lasts for about 160 photos.
Instax Square SQ10 goes on sale in the USA for $280.