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Firmware update for Fujifilm X-Series cameras
Mark Peters : July 28th 2014 - 11:15 CET
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FujifilmNew firmware update for Fujifilm X-series digital cameras : Fujifilm Corporation has launched a new firmware for X-Series digital cameras that makes it possible to send images via Wi-Fi to an instax Share smartphone printer SP-1 for instax instant film prints. The new firmware update is designed for three Fujifilm X-Series cameras: the Fujifilm XQ1 (a premium compact camera), the Fujifilm X-M1 and the Fujifilm X-A1 (APS-C sized sensor mirrorless cameras). With the compact instax Share Smartphone Printer SP-1, it is easy and fast to make on-the-spot instax prints of photos taken with a smartphone. Install the Fujifilm Instax Share app on your smartphone, and then send your images via a wireless LAN connection to the SP-1 to print instax photos.

Fujifilm X-Series cameras

Fujifilm X-Series cameras
Ever since its launch in February 2014, users have loved making fun and unique prints, and especially enjoyed a diverse lineup of templates and image editing functions. Many people wanted to send their digital camera photos directly to an instax printer for instant printing, and now Fujifilm is proud to offer this feature for photo enthusiasts that use an XQ1, X-M1 or X-A1 digital camera. By updating to this latest firmware, users can easily send digital camera photos directly to the instax Share Smartphone Printer SP-1 for great quality prints of their family, friends, pets and more, even if they are fast moving. Additionally, portrait images are produced with a pleasant out-of-focus background for amazing one-of-a-kind instant prints - perfect for home d├ęcor.

Instax Share Smartphone printer SP-1

Instax Share Smartphone Printer SP-1
Fujifilm will continue to expand its line-up of digital cameras that support the instax Share Smartphone Printer for people to enjoy the instax instant photo print system. We are committed to enhancing the enjoyment of photography worldwide, and want all users to experience the gratification of taking, giving and preserving pictures with their family and friends.

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