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Reddit reviews on Fujifilm Instax Share Smartphone Printer SP-1

Sentiment score: 2
Reddit mentions: 6

We found 6 Reddit mentions of Fujifilm Instax Share Smartphone Printer SP-1. Here are the top ones.

Easy and quick Wi-Fi printing from smartphones and tabletsINSTAX Share App works with iOS and Android. This item requires the customer to download the Instax Share App from the Apple app store.  It requires iOS 5.0 or later.Enjoy a variety of templates: Real Time, Limited Edition, SNS (Facebook and Instagram), Square(Add Text) and StandardUses Instax Mini Instant FilmUses two CR2 lithium batteries (approximately 100 prints per set)

Found 6 comments on Fujifilm Instax Share Smartphone Printer SP-1:

u/gcbriel · 16 pointsr/Journaling

Oooo, this is my favourite thing to do with my journal!

  • Water colours! I am by no means an artist, but I have a kiddies pack of water colour paints and a crappy brush that I use to swipe colour over the page. I quite like the texture from the brush being bad quality! Sometimes I scrunch up toilet paper and dab the spot, half to dry it, half to add texture too. It dries quickly otherwise, or you can blow a hairdryer on it if you’re impatient like me. Sometimes I have to stick two pages together to reinforce them but I don’t mind that.

  • Distress ink pads and oil paints can be used for more vibrant colours! It just takes longer to dry and the distress ink bleeds through more, I’ve found.

  • I impulsively splurged a couple years ago and bought a Polaroid printer. It’s a tad pricey if you use it constantly but it’s SO worth it. It’s a palm-sized little thing you connect it to your phone and print whatever you want off it in a couple seconds — whether it’s personal photos or just things you find pretty. I take it with me everywhere because it makes things so much easier. (Some people prefer to just use an Instax camera but I’m a perfectionist and the thought of screwing up photos on expensive film makes me sweat, so I appreciate being able to edit beforehand. I also like being able to print off other things as well.)

  • Otherwise, I just print things off the internet using my desktop printer. I do find it super annoying to cut things out but some people enjoy it, so you do you. My printer also has a built in photocopier so I use it to get duplicates of pieces of text or art from important books/magazines, book covers — anything I can’t actually cut out of and put it in. I once copied the front cover design of a mixtape my then-girlfriend made for me and stuck it in.

  • Quite niche but if you have a typewriter, that’s great for titles and stuff to paste in.

  • Washi tape! You can usually find bins of it for cheap, or order it in bulk online. I also like it because it’s reusable, so if you don’t like what you’ve done, you can move the strip elsewhere or do away with it. I use it to stick things down and just for decoration in itself.

  • Stick in random things. Movie and train tickets, receipts, pretty wrappers, notes, maps, whatever you want. I tend to only do this while traveling, personally, but that’s just my preference.

  • Speaking of notes, I have tons of random old half-finished notebooks and notepaper I won’t use again, so sometimes I tear empty pages out of them and stick them into my journal to write on top of. I just like the look of it, really. Same works with sticky notes and such. Some people may find it sacrilegious but I also have a lame vampire novel whose pages I tear up and paste down as a sort of collage. The same one has lasted me years, so no other books have been harmed in the process.

  • Once I set a page on fire to singe around the edges. You probably shouldn’t do that but hey, it looked pretty cool.

  • Otherwise, if I don’t have anything on hand, I tend to just cramp up my writing quite a lot and leave very little free space (terrible doodles etc). That makes the pages look a tad more used. I used to use a lot of colour and still sometimes do, but currently I’m on the go and don’t always want to bring all my supplies with me. When I do, I use metallic markers, puffy gellyroll pens, various colours of fineliners, whatever. Just to make the page look more layered with the different kinds of ink and line thicknesses. Writing in different directions also helps.

  • Coin rubbings with foreign currency, jewelery etc can look pretty cool, but I find it kinda hard.

  • Sometimes I make little zines out of A4 paper. If you google you can find how to fold a zine out of one page.

    Here are examples of some of the things mentioned in case I didn’t explain clearly :) I hope this helps!
u/finaleclipse · 2 pointsr/photography

Actually a cellphone is not the worst idea. Fuji has the SP-1 Instax Printer which you can send images from your phone to the printer.

u/someguynamedjohn13 · 1 pointr/Cameras

There is always the Fujifilm Instax Share Smartphone Printer SP-1 you can use a smart phone or tablet.

The Fuji Camera looks fugly and cheap for its price. The again it looks like Polaroid makes a fugly model too. This Polaroid looks better, but cost a lot more.

u/mrdat · 1 pointr/Cameras

Only thing I can think of is the Instax Mini Printer