A look at Fujifilm’s new Instax Share SP-3

Fujifilm has released its new Instax SHARE SP-3 pocket printer, bringing the square film format together with the ease and fun of mobile printing.

What sets the sleek device apart from bulky instant cameras is that the SP-3 doesn’t take its own photos. Rather, it receives photos via Wi-Fi from the Instax Share app.

As a result, the device is small enough to carry around, and there is no time-consuming import process – as the app has access to your smartphone’s camera roll.

Users can also print photos straight from their social media accounts.

Ease of use

A look at Fujifilm’s new Instax Share SP-3

The Instax Share SP-3 is incredibly easy to use. It includes a power button on one side and a reprint button on the other side.

The SP-3 is powered by a 1,000mAh rechargeable lithium-ion battery, which can be charged inside the device or easily removed and replaced.

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