Canon launches the new shoot and print iNSPiC cameras


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Canon has just launched its first instant cameras under its Mini Photo Printer line up. These are the iNSPiC [S] and iNSPiC [C]. The new cameras combine a compact mini printer and digital camera in one pocket-sized gadget.

Users can also connect the cameras to their smartphones using the Canon Mini Print mobile app to print photos stored on the device or photo albums on social networking accounts. The app has a quick reprint button makes it easy to get multiple reprints off the instant camera printer.

An update comes to the app that includes a virtual shutter button for remote shooting and stickers for decorating photos before printing. The app is free to download on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.

Canon iNSPiC [S] ZV-123A

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Matt Black, Pearl White, and Rose Gold

The iNSPiC [S] boasts an ultra-slim profile and packs in an 8-megapixel fixed focus camera. This easily slips into clutch bags or pockets while still being able to shoot and print instantly.

It has a built-in LED ring light that circles the camera lens and activates a powerful fill light beautiful portrait shots. Along with this, it comes with a microSD slot that supports up to 256GB.

The iNSPiC [S] is available in Pearl White, Matte Black, and Rose Gold.

Canon iNSPiC [C] CV-123A

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Bubble Gum Pink, Bumble Bee Yellow, and Seaside Blue

The iNSPiC [C] has a built-in 5-megapixel camera and a selfie mirror next to the camera lens making it easier to take selfies.

The [C] accompanies the [S] series but is dressed in more vibrant colors such as Bubble Gum Pink, Bumble Bee Yellow, and Seaside Blue.

The iNSPiC [C] is available for PHP 7,900 while the iNSPiC [S] is priced at PHP 9,900.

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