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Aim, shoot, print. Repeat.

The Canon iNSPiC instant camera printers inject some fun into photography with their affordable and iNSPiC-rational prints

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Photos taken by both the iNSPiC C (above) and the S under natural light look great with accurate exposure and colour and the printing time of 50 seconds for both isn't too slow either. Indoor shots are well-exposed too, and you can use the fill light on the iNSPiC S to brighten up your scene.

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Photos taken by both the iNSPiC C and the S (above) under natural light look great with accurate exposure and colour and the printing time of 50 seconds for both isn't too slow either. Indoor shots are well-exposed too, and you can use the fill light on the iNSPiC S to brighten up your scene.

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