For awhile Fuji has been making these Instax cameras, which are basically modern polaroids. I wanted an instant camera, but I didn’t like the film shape. They had mini and wide, which are both rectangles. Instant photos should be square!
I mentioned on the show back when they finally released Instax Square format. It’s smaller than original polaroids, but still good, and obviously square. The problem is that the first, and only, Instax Square camera wasn’t a “real” instant camera. It was a digital camera with a printer attached to it that used instant film. You would take photos, and then only print the ones you wanted after reviewing them on the LCD.
Well, leave it to Lomography to develop the first actual analog camera that uses the Instax Square film. I kickstarted it.