KiiPix

KiiPix is a portable and easy-to-use instant film printer that requires no apps to capture, print, and share photos! Simply open up your KiiPix, place your phone on top, push the button, and turn the crank. The photo will come right out looking as high-quality as it did on your phone! I received a sky blue KiiPix and immediately ripped it out of the box.  The first thing I noticed was that there was no batteries or cords required meaning that I can literally take this device with me anywhere! The KiiPix only requires FUJIFILM Instax mini film which creates photos about 2.4 in. x 1.8 (credit-card size). Unlike traditional instant cameras, KiiPix allows me to enhance the contrast or play with filter options before printing my photo. This means I am guaranteed to have a perfect photo without blurred faces or red eyes. It does take a bit of practice to get the photo to print properly, however maximizing my phone’s brightness and securing my phone to the KiiPix frame seems to have created the best images. I know that with a little more practice I will be a KiiPix pro in no-time!

 KiiPix is currently available on Amazon and comes in Sky Blue, Black, and Pink. Fujifilm INSTAX Mini Instant Film is also available on Amazon.PicMonkey Collage.jpg

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  1. The Product is adorable.I am pretty sure this is a new way of polaroid camera. I would like to buy this someday, I like little fancy things in my life. I hope there are various colours also like red or crimson.

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  2. This is amazing! I was just looking for a present for my teenage niece and she would love this! I love film photography and this would be great to remembe rto prjnt those images from my phone!

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