Japanese photography brand Fujifilm has announced the release of the 'Instax Link Wide Smartphone Printer' -- the company's newest mobile printer that offers users more extensive, wide-format printing options.
Much like the brand's 'Instax Mini Link,' the 'Instax Wide' can be connected to a smartphone via Bluetooth, where users can access the Fujifilm app to edit and print out Polaroid-like photographs taken straight from their camera rolls. However, Fujifilm's new mobile printer is significantly larger than the 'Instax Mini.' The unit itself is around the size of two credit cards put together, while the printouts it produces are close to double that of the 'Instax Mini's
According to Fujifilm, the 'Instax Link Wide' can produce approximately 100 prints per full battery charge and comes with two printing modes: 'Rich' and 'Natural.'
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