If you haven't yet heard, Fujifilm's latest release is a perfect combination of digital and film. Named the Instax SQ10, this new addition to the line of Instax cameras completely changes the 'instant photo' game. After the launch of SQ10, I had the opportunity to test the camera for a span of two weeks. Here's my verdict.
GETTING IN LINE
I knew collecting these secondhand Instax cameras would come in handy one day. Here’s a side-by-side comparison of the Instax Mini 8, Instax Mini 9, Instax Wide 210, and Instax SQ10.
Left to right: Instax Mini 8, Instax SQ10, Instax Wide 210, Instax Mini 9
- The design of the SQ10 is flat compared to the protruding push-out-to-power-up lenses of the Instax Minis.
- The SQ10 is heavier compared to the minis, due to its digital components.
- The Instax Wide 210 is still the bulkiest and heaviest of them all.