Fujifilm has just announced a new hybrid camera that can create both instant prints and digital photos.
Named the Instax Square SQ10, the camera produces square prints (86×72mm including the border) similar to those made famous by Polaroid. The digital versions are 1920×1920-pixel JPEGs, 50 of which can be stored on the cameras internal memory (which can be expanded via the microSD card slot). The lens has a 28.5mm fixed focal length and an f/2.4 aperture. There's also an LCD screen on the back.
"The SQ10 uses a new INSTAX SQUARE Film format that delivers exceptional image quality with numerous artistic expressions," says Fujifilm. "This new system takes the image quality of INSTAX to the next level and allows everyone to add a creative, artistic edge to their photography with an intuitive interface designed especially for the SQ10."
Additional features include facial recognition, autofocus, 10 different filter options, vignette control, brightness adjustment, live view, and built-in photo editing.
The Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10 will be released in May 2017 for $280 (approx. £220) and a pack of prints (10 shots) will cost $17 (approx. £13.50).