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JB, you have to initiate the print process, unlike the old Polaroids. What is great about this is your option to select which ones to print, crop if you'd like, and add borders if you'd like. All this is done via the back screen. Or you can simply just ask it to print.
I agree with Stephanie. Buy or recycle an SD … see more
JB, you have to initiate the print process, unlike the old Polaroids. What is great about this is your option to select which ones to print, crop if you'd like, and add borders if you'd like. All this is done via the back screen. Or you can simply just ask it to print.
I agree with Stephanie. Buy or recycle an SD card you have to add to memory. see less
JB, you have to initiate the print process, unlike the old Polaroids. What is great about this is your option to select which ones to print, crop if you'd like, and add borders if you'd like. All this is done via the back screen. Or you can simply just ask it to print.
I agree with Stephanie. Buy or recycle an SD card you have to add to memory.

By Jeff Ray on December 9, 2013
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You just have to buy the paper. The zinc paper has all the ink it needs inside of it. Be sure to brighten up the photo before you print. =)
By CDAVILA2830 on January 1, 2014
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It's about 2"x3" - like a business card. The quality is somewhat lo-if for printing, but I uploaded the photos to my computer and the camera is a great point and shoot.
By Kristen C. on March 25, 2014
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FUJI MAKES SEVERAL MODELS WITH BIGGER PHOTOS
By Ace Photo SELLER on June 13, 2014
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Yes, you can print photos from your smartphone SD card. Remove the SD card from ur phone, if it is a mini card, use the adapter to make it normal sized. Open battery door of the camera and lock the SD card into place and cose the lid. Turn on the camera and slide the slider on the backside of the camera to the far left… see more Yes, you can print photos from your smartphone SD card. Remove the SD card from ur phone, if it is a mini card, use the adapter to make it normal sized. Open battery door of the camera and lock the SD card into place and cose the lid. Turn on the camera and slide the slider on the backside of the camera to the far left. You will see the photos from the SD card. Move through the photos and find the photo you want to print. Hit the Print button. The camera will ask for confirmation to print. Bear in mind that the only part of the photo that will print lies between the yellow brackets on the screen. Photo size is 2 x 3, just shy of a business card. There is also editing software in the camera, so you can brighten the photo before printing. Move your hand away from the printer slot and in seconds, you will have a printed photo. see less Yes, you can print photos from your smartphone SD card. Remove the SD card from ur phone, if it is a mini card, use the adapter to make it normal sized. Open battery door of the camera and lock the SD card into place and cose the lid. Turn on the camera and slide the slider on the backside of the camera to the far left. You will see the photos from the SD card. Move through the photos and find the photo you want to print. Hit the Print button. The camera will ask for confirmation to print. Bear in mind that the only part of the photo that will print lies between the yellow brackets on the screen. Photo size is 2 x 3, just shy of a business card. There is also editing software in the camera, so you can brighten the photo before printing. Move your hand away from the printer slot and in seconds, you will have a printed photo.
By Steffie Rae on August 27, 2014
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If your asking can you repeat printing of any picture. Yes, it will ask you how many copies you want
By David Gray on January 31, 2014
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I am going on three months and the pictures still look like the day they were taken
By Lisbeth Pratt on October 15, 2015
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A regular sized SD card, not a mini. I took an 8 gig SD card out of another camera and put it in this one. It will also take up to a 32 gig.
By Steffie Rae on August 4, 2014
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Not very big, about 3"x 2"
By DENNIS J. on November 30, 2013
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no the two films are different sizes. The film for this camera is smaller. Hope this helped!
By Mayra M. on December 30, 2014