The Fujifilm SQ20 Lets You Print Out Your Memories on Square Film

It even lets you capture videos!

( While a phone is always a handy tool for capturing moments on the go, sometimes you would want something to make the memory even more special or authentic—and film photography is a fun way to do just that! If you're a fan of instant film cameras, then you're gonna want to check out Fujifilm's latest release: The Instax Square SQ20. It's a lot like its predecessor, the Instax Square SQ10, but this one comes with even more ground-breaking features.


Apart from printing out photos on square film, you can use the digital-film hybrid camera to record 15-second soundless videos which you can later go back to so you can pick your favorite moments and print them out. The Instax SQ20 is equipped with cool vintage-inspired filters, a zooming ability, collage features, and even a selfie mirror so you can use this baby even when you're on your own. It also has a built-in crop tool so you can frame your photo to perfection. Plus, unlike regular instant film cameras, this one lets you choose the photos you want to print out so you don't waste any film.

If you'd really like to capture a moment exactly as it happened, this camera will help you capture movement with features like the timeshift collage (which lets you capture four different moments in one action) as well as the sequence filter (which showcases the motion of an action by layering several small movements together). It even supports JPEG images in case you've got older photos you'd like to print out vintage-polaroid-style.

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It comes in matte black and beige. Check it out:

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The selfie mirror will come in handy for quick group shots.
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Use the Fujifilm Instax SQ20 to capture your favorite moment from a short video.
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Get clearer photos using the zoom feature. 
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The Fujifilm Instax SQ20 is available for P12,999 at selected Fujifilm stores and retailers nationwide.

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