The Fujifilm Instax Square SQ20 Camera Has a Plethora of Options

Just like the halcyon days of instant visual gratification, the Fujifilm Instax Square SQ20 Camera uses square format instant film to give you prints of the shots you take in the shake of a Polaroid. The great news about the SQ20 is that it is, unlike the Polaroids of old, incredibly versatile.

For starters, you don’t have to worry about timing when you’re trying to get action shots. The SQ20 shoots up to 15 seconds of video and then allows you to scroll back through that video a frame at a time. Select the frame you want to print as a photo, and you’ve got your action shot. Neat, huh? SQ20 also allows you to create a collage of four photos; you can shoot a sequence of action shots, or select four different photos from your memory to print on the shot. The timeshift collage option allows you to adjust the time between shots from 0.2 to 2.0 seconds.

Looking for more options? You can also superimpose two different images over each other with the double exposure feature, or do an extended exposure with bulb mode. With split functionality, you can select how many images you want to print on one photo and how you want them placed. You can also edit with a bounty of image effects, from full colour or partial colour filters to frames, styles, and more. There’s also a zoom and, of course, the obligatory selfie mirror next to the lens.

The SQ20 gives you enough options that you likely won’t run out of ways to capture those special moments.

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