Fujifilm Managing Director Yoshi Nakamura (second from left) at the instax camera launch at Wisma Selangor Dredging. Pic by Aswadi Alias

FUJIFILM really knows how to come out with good-looking cameras, from its retro smart X series shooters, and now to its new line of instax camera, the instax Square SQ6.

The instant camera is designed to meet the growing demand of square format film prints especially among the younger generations.

What makes instant cameras like the instax Square SQ6 cool is its simplicity and ability to print the photos you take on the spot.

Everything is automated, and the user only needs to press the shutter button to get the best result.

For example, the camera has an automatic exposure adjustment function that is automatically activated when the shutter button is pressed. It detects the ambient brightness and adjusts itself to provide the optimum shutter speed and flash light intensity.

The camera comes in three colours (from left) graphite gray, pearl white, and blush gold. Pic by Aswadi Alias

Fujifilm also claimed that the camera would be able to take clear and vivid pictures even in a low light environment.

Meanwhile, for selfie lovers, they can set he camera to the selfie mode and the settings will be adjusted to the optimum focus and brightness.

There is also a self-shot mirror attached at the side of the lens to allow users to check their composition.

The camera comes in three modes such as double exposure mode, macro mode and landscape mode. It also comes with three flash colour filters (orange, purple and green) to give users more creative photos.

The camera comes in three colours pearl white, blush gold and graphite gray, and it is priced at RM598. It also comes with a suede case, twin pack square film (plain) and one rechargeable battery.

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