The Fujifilm Instax SQ6 has been my favorite instant camera for several years now. The relatively extensive features, film size, and overall compact design make it a brilliant option. The question is, how does the SQ6 compare against the new instant camera from Polaroid?
In our latest video, we compare the Fujifilm Instax SQ6 to the Polaroid Now I-Type camera. Both of these cameras use a square format film, however, the Polaroid film is significantly larger. In fact, the film Polaroid uses is even larger than the Instax wide film, which is the largest instant film currently produced by Fujifilm.
For some of you, the difference in film size may be enough of a reason to pick the Polaroid over the Fujifilm. However, for those of you that prefer a more detailed comparison, the video above may be of benefit.
In the comparison video linked above, we put both cameras through their paces to find out which is the best. Shooting in a mixture of different locations and scenarios we were able to demonstrate how each camera performs. Fortunately, what's good to know is that both cameras are brilliant options. The majority of the differences come down to personal preferences and neither seem to have any major problems or deal-breakers.
Check out the full video linked above to find out which instant camera is the best one for you.
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