Following its Shoot.Print.Share project to gather photos by Malaysians with the theme 'My Malaysia Memory', Fujifilm Malaysia has launched a Shoot.Print.Share Photo Exhibition 2017 at Sunway Pyramid to showcase the best 100 images.
At the event, which will run from 13-19 November and is open to the public, you can check out the top photos (Fujifilm says around 5000 were submitted in total) and take part in various fun activities.
For example, you can redeem free prints from the booths available at the Orange Atrium on LG2 or attend a free workshop on Instax photography. To see the schedules and availability of the workshops, check out the official microsite.
At the launch of the exhibition, Fujifilm also previewed its Instax Share SP-3, the latest version of its smartphone printer. Pricing and local availability have yet to be announced, but what's good to know is that the SP-3, an update to the current SP-2, provides larger, square-format photos reminiscent of the original Polaroids. It also uses the same USB-rechargeable NP-50 battery as the Instax SQ10, which will allow it to last for 160 prints per charge.
The printer can be accessed via an app and will come in two colour choices: black or white. We'll share details once pricing and availability have been confirmed in Malaysia.