The Instax SQ10 from Fujifilm is already available in the market, a hybrid of analog and digital camera that lets you take square-format instant photos. However, if you’re an analog lover, the company has covered you as well. The company has unveiled Instax Square SQ6, its first analog camera that shoots 62-mm square (2.4-in) photos.
Like all of Fujifilm’s other Instax camera (except SQ10), SQ6 is fully analog, means you will be shooting straight to film and will get a film print every time you press the shutter release. Every shot you take will be unique and one of a kind.
The camera covers three focus modes, such as Close-ups (0.3 to 0.5 m/1 to 1.6 ft.), Normal (0.5 to 2 m/1.6 to 6.6 ft.), and landscapes (2 m/ 6.6 ft. to infinity). Besides, it has a selfie mode, which adjusts the brightness and focuses on close-up portraits. With the help of a small camera next to the lens, you can frame your shot from the front. Plus, a tripod mount and 10 seconds self-timer will help you set your own camera rig if you want to take a photo with a larger group than just yourself.
No chance to ruin your photo
Instax Square SQ6 knows every shot is special to you, thence it includes three color filters – orange, green, and purple, which can fit over the flash to give a different look. Its auto-exposure control feature lets you manually tweak the settings to get a perfectly exposed photo. Its sensor detects the surrounding brightness and adjusts the shutter speed accordingly. It means you won’t end up losing the background to darkness.
The Instax Square SQ6 will arrive on Mat 25th with three color options – pearl white, blush gold, and graphite gray. The price is set to $130, which is less than half the cost of SQ10. To me, the price is quite okay help you give up some digital conveniences and have an all analog experience.