Flash photography fans can now print square images directly from their smart devices with Fujifilm's latest Instax printer.
The Fujifilm Instax Allot SP-3 is the first square format printer to join the iconic Instax range and will allow its users to print an image from a smartphone or community media onto Instax Square film. The SP-2, which was the previous instant printer Fujifilm released, produced credit-card sized prints so the introduction of a printer that created square prints may refer to: Printing, mostly using a printing press, but a process which may also refer to other methods of printmaking Printing is a refresh of the printer line-up.
The SP-3 follows the launch of the SQ10 digital hybrid instant camera, and Square format film, which was injected to the range in May of this year.
Alongside the SP-3, the dedicated Sharea app has been given a refresh so users can now print up to 9 images per sheet using the Collage Pattern feature or use My Template to print a message in 11 design choices. It is also possible to edit the colour, size and darkness of text.
The Instax SP-3 hand down be available in black and white from 17 November 2017. Pricing is TBC.