Chances are you’ve already got (or have been snapped by) Fujifilm‘s adorable Instax Mini camera. For those who love the idea of instant images but have been burned by too many out-of-focus or overexposed shots, however, Instax’s new SQUARE SQ20 is the perfect solution.
This handy little gadget encompasses all the fun of the point, shoot and print fun of instant photography but the hybrid technology allows you to actually select – and edit – your pics on the LCD monitor before committing to printing them out. Alongside this, the “Motion Mode” function allows you to shoot moving video (of up to 15 seconds) and then select and print the best frames. There’s also a “Time Shift Collage” feature that enables you to take four images with a time difference, all at the click of one button.
Available in two colorways, “Black” and pearly “Beige,” the Instax SQUARE SQ20 is slated to drop on October 20 at retailers like Amazon, for around £180 GBP (approx. $237 USD). In related news, have you seen this super-cute Gudetama camera?