Donnerstag, 9. Januar 2014
the instax SHARE Smartphone Printer SP-1
So, it seems like fuji copied the instant lab with its new instax SHARE Smartphone Printer SP-1. It's basically the same idea, some integral material gets exposed and ejected like in a fuji- or polaroid-camera (or the instant lab).
So where is the difference?
- the instax share has almost the same size
- the pictures are smaller (and personally I don't like the instax mini format)
- the picture is not mechanically transferred by the iPhone-display, it is transferred via bluetooth on a 640x480 screen (which means 254 dpi) and thus the picture is exposed.
Personally I don't like the instant lab but this one sounds worse. Especially the last point, since bluetooth is famous for not working and also even the iPhone 4 has 326 dpi with its 960x640 resolution. Can someone tell me if this difference matters? Oh, and since Fuji stopped the FP-3000 integral film, there is another reason not to buy something by Fuji again ;)