Fujifilm INSTAX SHARE SP-2 Smart Phone Printer Review

Ever wish that you could instantly print your Instagram photos, or any photo for that matter, instantly? With the INSTAX SHARE SP-2, you can wirelessly print from your smartphone within seconds. Check out how in this video.

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pocketcalculator says:

I actually want a wedding party to “hijack” it, so how many people can connect to this at the same time?

Seo Lydia says:

When your printer was dead how long did it take to charge? I’ve been charging mine for hours and it still won’t work

Mike Winifred says:

Nice videos. I have a Sp-2 and I get “light-leak” like streaks on the longer edges of the prints (one should closely see to notice the streak) . Interestingly, I did not see those streaks on the Sp-1 print. Do you think is it something I need to send the printer out for repair? Thanks.

michaelpetersenfilm says:

Basically you make an all-analog instant photo of a digital file. Never in the history of instant photography was it recommended to shake a photo during development. It’s a chemical reaction well timed that should be left alone and that can’t be altered anyway. Maybe the shaking originated from the peel-apart instant photos that were a little damp after peeling.

Timeless14 says:

really? no closeup of the pic? lame.

Renz Matthew says:

Do some of your prints have hazy edges?

Sawyer Eddins says:

Awesome review! I would love to have an SP-2 Printer. I love this because I can make memories that last a lifetime. I love this printer. I hope to get one soon!

Type G says:

Lol on you

Ghost_Vinyl_Media58 says:

don’t shake it man….Instax don’t require it

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