nstant cameras arouse a curious sense of juxtaposition – they are a throwback to the good old days of cameras being simple and combine the wonders of modern-day technology. There’s something charming about cameras that print photos instantly and admit it, a printed picture is far better than one uploaded on a social network or on your smartphone. Fujifilm has launched a camera – Instax Square SQ10 — that prints instant photos but is also digital. Is it a perfect blend between vintage cameras and those that exist today? Or is Instax Square SQ10 still not good enough to survive in today’s world of Instagram and Snapchat?
Read review to find out if the Instax Square SQ 10 “clicks” or not:
The Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10 is a square shaped camera with rounded corners. Measuring 5 * 4.7 * 1.9 inches, the camera can easily fit into a small bag and is portable enough. It’s not pocket friendly but quite compact for an instant camera.
On the front, there is a 28.5mm-equivalent f/2.4 autofocus lens and 3.7MP digital sensor in the centre along with flash, the shutter and image capture buttons. On the back, there is a 3-inch, 460k-dot LCD screen through which one can take shots. Unlike other cameras by Instax, Square SQ10 lacks an optical viewfinder.
Coming to battery life of Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10, it lasted for days even after regular usage.