The phones are the new cameras and screens the ideal place to see the result, but that does not imply that there are romantics who want their images on paper, as a decorative element or as an ideal gift souvenir. Companies like Polaroid and Fuji try this way not die, and in the case of the second proposes a system of almost instant impression.
Sharing on paper is a new option for your phone if you become one of the new printers Fuji Instax called SHARE SP-2. Its main virtue is that they are portable and very fast: in ten seconds can print the picture if you run a hurry. They not that have revolutionized the system, the previous model did practically twice as long, but it is certainly a striking breakthrough.
In addition to faster also it is quieter and offers better quality of printed image, arriving at a resolution of 800×600 points (320 dpi). The design is also new, featuring a rechargeable battery and a white body adorned by two colors: gold or silver. The you know better in the following video:
From the point of view of the functionality now also we appreciate that the connection is through WiFi. Through it we will communicate with a mobile phone application also presents a major update in both interface, now simpler, and creative filters.
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Since the application can touch before printing parameters, such as brightness, contrast or saturation. There is also an option to create collages from different images we have on the phone.
The oddest thing seems to be being able to get into our social networks and print images adapted taken from them, even showing details of their activity, such as “like” and “hearts”.
How much does the new Instax? As in the United States will appear in mid-July at a price of $200, soon expect information on its European availability. As printing sheets, known as Mini Instax Film, cost $ 20 (20 units, 62 x 46 mm).Tags: Fuji Instax, Make copies, mobile photos, ten seconds