The Fujifilm Instax Mini LiPlay combines the features of an analog instant film camera with digital camera convenience in the smallest package possible.

Like the company's Instax Square SQ10, the LiPlay (pronounced LEE-play) is a hybrid instant film camera.

It doesn't shoot straight to instant film like analog Instax cameras, but instead uses a very small 1/5-inch digital image sensor that captures 2,560x1,920-pixel images (about 5 megapixels).

The prints are small like those from other Instax Mini cameras at 3.4 by 2.1 inches (86 by 54 mm), though the actual image size is 2.4 by 1.8 inches (62 by 46 mm).

To that end, you get a small LCD on the back to frame your shots, and all your pictures are stored to either internal memory or an optional microSD card.

This means you can print just the shots you want, instead of getting a print every time you press the shutter release.

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