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Fujifilm SQ6: The First Analog Square-Format Instax Camera

5 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

Fujifilm has just announced the new Instax Square SQ6, the world's first analog square-format Instax camera.
Fujifilm announced the square-format SQ10 camera in 2017 , but that's a hybrid camera that can create both digital images as well as square-format instant photos. The new SQ6 does away with the digital side of things and is purely for shooting analog square-format Instax film.
The SQ6 features a flash system that automatically calculates ambient brightness to adjust shutter speed for properly exposing both the subject and the background, even in dim settings.
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