Photography firm Fujifilm has released the latest addition to its Fujifilm Instax series — the “mini Link” smartphone printer which also has a mobile application that allows basic photo editing before printing on-the-go.
an entire charge, it is capable of continuous printing of up to a hundred
photos – the reason why it is being marketed as the perfect partner for social
gatherings and parties.
its Bluetooth-enabled mobile application, users can simply resize their photos,
tweak settings, and even apply filter presets. The device is lightweight at 200
grams and can also fit in the palm of a user’s hand.
application, which was released on September 29, has been updated last October
8 and has been downloaded for than 1,000 times. Aside from technical features
like cropping and image adjustments, the mini Link app also has quirky features
like Match Test which shows the compatibility of people in the frame.
the Video Print mode enables the user to print a specific time frame from a
video much like a screenshot, and the Party Print enables five connected
devices to send their photos to the device, which in turn produces a collage-like
mini Link comes equipped with a built-in motion sensor that can act as a remote
control for the camera app of the connected smartphone. While in the gallery,
swiping up can also trigger an automatic printing command to the printer.
Aside from mobile connectivity, X and GFX Series users, through the Fujifilm Camera Remote App, can transfer data to the mini Link app and print the picture instantly. Every single photo is printed in just 12 seconds, one of the series’ fastest performers to date.
for P6,999.00, purchasing the compact smartphone printer also entitles
customers to a complimentary pack of Mini Glossy 10s which is also available in
all Fujifilm Instax dealers in the country. For online purchasing, the mini
Link is available at Wonder Photo Shop at wonderphotoshop.ph.
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