- Has a 2.7-inch LCD monitor
- Can print 100 photos from a single charge
- Weighs 255 grams (a half a pound)
- Saves the past 50 prints in its print history
- Prints 800x600 pixel film
- Comes with 6 filters and 10 frames
- Has a 2 second and 10-second self-timer
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Ever wondered what the perfect blend of video and photos would look like?
Fujifilm thinks its an instant photo with audio capabilities. And everyone is freaking out about it.
Fujifilm's Instax Mini LiPlay
Announced yesterday, Fujifilm's Instax Mini LiPlay is a hybrid instant camera with credit-card-sized film. The camera drops tomorrow, but this isn't your average Instax. The camera comes with an audio record button and the film prints with a QR code to access the audio the moment the photo was taken.
It works by recording up to 10 seconds of sound, which is then converted into a QR code and printed on the photos.
Fujifilm suggests this new feature will allow, "your memory of the precious moment" to stay vivid.
Editor's Tip: Using a tripod will help you capture better landscape photos. Not only will a tripod stabilize your camera and eliminate camera shake, but you can also use the few moments it takes to set up the tripod to look for interesting compositions that make your photo more appealing. Tripods come in all sizes and many different price points, but if you're working outdoors, it's nice to have a tripod with twist-lock legs for rapid deployment. Likewise, if you want to save weight for those long hikes you take to find beautiful spots to photograph, consider a carbon fiber tripod.
Fujifilm's Newest Instax Specs
The camera comes in three colors: black, silver and pink. It works with the "confetti" mini-format film.
This same film will also work with all of the instax mini series cameras.
The camera also:
If you download the Instax Mini LiPlay smartphone app for free then you can also get 20 additional design frames.
It takes just 12 seconds for each photo to print.
Plus, shockingly, the price is a cool $159.95.