Fujifilm Instax Share SP-2 Mobile Printer (Silver)
Print Resolution, 10 Seconds, A Faster Printing Time, High Resolution Images, The Share Printer App, Print Data Transfer
What We Like
- Comes with print pixels of 800x600 dots that allows for high resolution images
- Laser exposure system that allows for a faster printing time of 10 seconds
- Manual adjustment on the share printer app allows to make image darker or lighter
- may be difficult to set-up
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 85,058 reviews for 77 products in the Photo Printers category.
We then analyzed 1,199 reviews for this product. Of these, 483 reviews were recent.
Around 78% of reviews were positive and about 22% were negative.
9.61 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about Fujifilm Instax Share SP-2 Mobile Printer (Silver)
I like that this printer prints fast and quality is on par with what you would expect from an instant, polaroid-like film.
It looks better than an actual instax camera, but I think I might have mishandled the picture while it was developing, it was a good purchase and the only reason.
I'm satisfied with the quality of the normal photo prints, even though I was disappointed with the templates and special print features.
If the battery dies, the SP-2 can still be used as a car charger, computer or portable battery, because it has a USB charging cable.
I can't without because I don't see myself using them, but the feature on the instagram is pretty cool, but they cut out your picture to provide that info so keep that in mind, I think it would have been cooler if there was a way to print that stuff out
I'm new to this kind of stuff and I don't know if the printer runs out of ink or if the films have the ink.
The Fuji Instax mini instant film is used in the SP-2 and you can print it on your own. When you "print" the image, you're basically exposing the Instax film in the printer, and then it develops/fixes on its own over 5-15 minutes after it
How is this different from the previous SP-1 model?
The SP-2 has a higher resolution and seems to fix the exposure issue, which was the case with the SP-1.
Is it possible that I can't print pictures outside if I'm only connected by the internet?
The printer has its own wireless signal, so you can have multiple people connected at the same time, and all print as long as they have the instax app.
If you take a photo on a digital camera and then send it to your email and save it to your cell phone, would the quality of the picture be bad?
The SP-1 seems to work better with photos from a digital camera than with photos taken on your phone.
I let mine charge over night and it still wont turn on, just flashes read and turns off again.
I had the same issue, but I had the battery in the wrong place.