Mobile Printers

by Cory Rice ·Posted 11/03/2022
FUJIFILM has invented a new way to enjoy its popular SQUARE format instant film: the INSTAX SQUARE LINK Smartphone Printer. Featuring built-in Bluetooth and a dedicated app for smartphones, the LINK allows you to customize and print photos from your smartphone on SQUARE instant film. It even features the ability to add an Augmented Reality effect to smartphone images via a QR code added to your print.
by John-Paul Pale… ·Posted 06/15/2022
With its INSTAX MINI LINK 2 Smartphone Printer, FUJIFILM lets users have fun and exercise creativity when printing images using the free INSTAX MINI LINK app, which connects to your device via Bluetooth. Prior to printing, you’ll be able to decorate images with frames, filters, sketches, and stickers. You can use the INSTAXAiR feature to add bubbles, petals, neon, spray paint, glitter, doodles, and shapes to your photos, all by drawing in
by Rebecca Melville ·Posted 09/13/2023
Mobile printers have exploded in popularity in recent years, filling a niche that accompanied the surge of instant cameras. While pocket-sized printers are great for smartphone users looking to emulate the instant camera aesthetic, they can also be practical for all kinds of creative pursuits. We’re going to highlight our top mobile printers and why they might be useful to your workflow. Canon IVY 2 Mini Mobile printers don’t get much smaller than Canon’s
by Cory Rice ·Posted 02/12/2020
The latest news from Canon offers a little something for every type of photographer. Have you joined Canon’s mirrorless ranks? The RF 24-105mm f/4-7.1 IS STM Lens is a lightweight, compact lens with a flexible working range for its full-frame RF-mount lineup. In the market for a first DSLR? The EOS Rebel T8i DSLR updates Canon’s entry-
by Staff Writer ·Posted 10/10/2019
Polaroid Originals has introduced The Polaroid Originals Lab, a sleek-looking desktop “photo lab” that converts your smartphone photographs into square-format Polaroid prints. Making prints from your smartphone is as easy as selecting the photo you want to print on your phone, placing your phone face down on top of the device, pressing the red button, and your print popping out from the base of the unit.
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 07/26/2018
If you can spare the room and want to experiment on your next vacation, I would recommend adding a portable printer to your bag. Nowadays you can find compact, battery-powered options that will let you pop out physical prints from your camera and smartphone quickly and easily. It is almost as easy as posting a photo to Instagram, though the feeling of holding a photo far surpasses that of uploading an image to social media. If you make some friends during