Fujifilm Launches Adorable Nintendo Switch Instax Mini Link Camera
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Fujifilm Launches Adorable Nintendo Switch Instax Mini Link Camera

Looking for what to get to the Nintendo fan in your life? This collaboration between Fujifilm and Nintendo might do the trick.

Fujifilm is launching a Switch-themed Instax Mini Link photo printer with red and blue trims.

Want to up the cute factor to the max?

There’s an Instax Mini Link case with Pikachu.

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The printer will also come with a new app that lets you edit Switch screenshots, then print them on the Instax film, or add Nintendo characters to your own photos.

The app will have filters and frames from most Nintendo games, from classics like Super Mario to the New Pokemon Snap or Animal Crossing: New Horizon.

“There are many scenes game players want to preserve as a screenshot, such as a memorable moment in “Animal Crossing: New Horizons,” a moment of completing a stage in “Super Mario” and picture-perfect encounters with Pokémon in New Pokémon Snap(to be released on April 30, 2021). The new app makes it possible to easily create an instax print of such screenshots or videos, recorded in the Nintendo Switch, to start a collection of images or use the pictures to decorate a room, bringing the world of a favorite game or character to daily life,” says Fujifilm.

To transfer your screenshots from the Nintendo Switch to the instax mini Link for Nintendo Switch app, you’ll just have to use a QR code.

You’ll be able to buy the new Instax Mini Link on April 30 for $100 but, if you wait until May, Fujifilm will release then the Pikachu case bundle for $120. The new app will also be available starting with April 30 and will be free to download.

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Fujifilm Launches Adorable Nintendo Switch Instax Mini Link Camera
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