Fujifilm Instax Mini Evo Camera Lets You Send Snaps Right To Your Phone


Fujifilm has unveiled the Instax Mini Evo, its new flagship instant film camera with premium build, higher resolution than previous models, and improved smartphone integration. As with others Instax cameras, you can snap and develop photos instantly on Fujifilm’s credit card sized Instax Mini film, but it offers a number of features not available on previous models.

As a mirrorless camera, you can view photos on the LCD screen and choose which ones you want to print. However, the new model is the first Instax camera with a print lever and lens / film filter dials. This allows you to take a photo then choose from 100 combinations of effects (including “Soft Focus”, “Light Leak”, “Monochrome” and “Retro”) and then print the image by pulling the lever. printing. Fujifilm said the camera also delivers better quality prints because it has twice the exposure resolution of previous models.

Fujifilm Instax Mini Evo mirrorless camera has double the resolution of previous models

The Instax Mini Evo is actually a mini printer for your smartphone as well. You can transfer images from your phone to the Evo Mini wirelessly and then print them using the “Direct Print” button. And for the first time, you can transfer the pictures you took with the Mini Evo to your smartphone, with the film border. Finally, you can use your smartphone to take photos remotely with the camera.

Fujifilm also unveiled a new Instax Mini film format called “Stone Gray” with a gray background. The new camera arrives in Japan on December 3 and will arrive in the United States in February for $ 200.


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