If I’m honest, I’m impressed by how many Instax models that FujiFilm keep releasing, and you’ll be forgiven if you’ve lost count, or not entirely sure where it fits in. To give you a brief overview, Fujifilm have the Instax Mini, Instax Wide, and Instax Square range. This doesn’t even touch on the Instax Share SP-3 printer I reviewed in June.
To bring you back to speed, the Instax Square range was introduced only last year, in 2017. Let’s just say that Instagram gave rise to the 1:1 ratio of photos and Fujifilm wants you to be able to print instant photos in the same format. Even though the social network now allows you to share photos in a wide or longer formats, I still prefer square photos. The same goes for the Instax range.