Fujifilm’s new smartphone printer “Instax Mini Link” leaked online at Focus Camera ahead of the official announcement



Fujifilm's new smartphone printer “Instax Mini Link” leaked online at Focus Camera ahead of the official announcement:

  • Print photos easily using the Instax Mini Link app
  • Bluetooth capability
  • Quick printing speed of about 12 seconds
  • Approximately 90-second development time after printing
  • Add fun filters and frames to your photos
  • Connect up to 5 smartphones to print a photo collage
  • Print photos from your videos
  • Built-in motion sensor
  • Reprint photos by turning the printer upside down

Fujifilm Instax Mini Link Instant Smartphone Printer (Dusky Pink) - 16640761

Succeeding the Instax Share SP-2 Smartphone Printer, Fujifilm’s Instax Mini Link Smartphone Printer comes with a sleek and light body design, revamped app, fun social features, and Bluetooth capability. Its user-friendly free downloadable app gives you around 30 fun and colorful frames to customize your photos or create collage and split prints. The app also lets you lets you print photos from videos. With all these fun-filled features, the Instax Mini Link Smartphone Printer is sure to grab your attention!

Built-In Motion Sensor

The Instax Mini Link Printer’s built-in motion sensor lets you zoom in or zoom out to take a photo with the app by tilting the printer or reprint photos by turning the printer upside down and pressing the Instax button.

Print Mode and Fun Mode

The free Instax Mini Link App offers two modes – Print Mode and Fun Mode. With Fun Mode, you can connect up to 5 smartphones to the Instax Mini Link and print a photo collage with Party Print or have fun discovering their compatibility with others using the Compatibility Test.

Fujifilm Instax Mini Link Smartphone Printer

  • Printing speed: About 12 seconds (Approximately 90-second development time after printing)
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): Approx. 4.13 x 2 x 6.88 inches
  • Weight: 0.62 lb

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