Fuji's new device will let you create prints of photos from your phone

Photography company Fujifilm is releasing a wireless smart phone printer called the Instax Share SP-2 that will bring Polaroids fully digital. You can send photos over Wi-Fi directly from your smartphone, or link to your Instagram or Facebook accounts. The tiny wireless printer will apply a Polaroid-like border around the photo, and you'll be able to type a message to add on the bottom using the Instax Share app (which also includes a photo editor with Instagram-esque filters).

The small printer (it weighs just one pound) will use laser printing to print photos in less than 10 seconds, and cost $200, while the blank film will cost $20 for 20 prints. (You can get an actual, analog Fuji Instax camera for around $50, but you might not have that on hand as often as you would your smartphone.)

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