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Fujifilm Instax Square Glossy 10 Sheets Film - Twin Pack

Fujifilm Instax Square Glossy 10 Sheets Film - Twin Pack

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INSTAX SQUARE film boasts the same professional high-quality instant photograph technology found in all INSTAX film, but in a square format in a twin pack – twice as much fun! INSTAX film offers stunning instant photos that you can fit in a wallet, frame, or just give to someone you care about!


  • Develops in approx. 90 seconds – Capture the moment and watch the photo develop in front of your eyes!
  • Hi-Speed ISO 800 – With superb grain quality, INSTAX Film ensures vibrant colors and natural skin tones
  • INSTAX SQUARE film print Size: 86mm x 72mm (3.39” x 2.83”), Image size: 62mm x 62mm (2.44” x 2.44”)
  • The square-sized film is easy to carry in your bag or wallet. Leave them blank or personalize with a fun message.
  • Easy-to-Load Cartridge – Each film cartridge is designed and labeled for easy loading and filled with film for 10 credit-card-sized instant photos.
  • Highly Stable – The film emulsion performs at temperatures as low as 5 C and as high as 40 C.
  • For use in all INSTAX SQUARE Instant Cameras and INSTAX SQUARE Smartphone printers.


  • Film Size
  • 86 (W) x 72 (H) mm
  • 3.39 in. (W) x 2.83 in. (H)
  • Picture Size
  • 62 (W) x 62 (H) mm
  • 2.44 in. (W) x 2.44 in. (H)
  • Number of Print: 10 per cartridge

INSTAX Instant Film Care
See FUJIFILM INSTAX Instant films pack use instructions. 

Follow all instructions for safe and proper use.
●  Keep the film in a cool place. Do not leave the film in a place  where the temperature is extremely high (e.g., in a closed car)  for many hours.
●  Do not puncture, tear, or cut INSTAX Instant Print film. If film becomes damaged, do not use.
●  When you load a film pack, use the film as soon as possible.
●  If the film has been kept in a place where the temperature is extremely high or low, bring it to room temperature before loading or starting to print photos. 
●  Be sure to use the film before the expiration or “Use Before” date.
●  Avoid airport checked luggage inspection and other strong  X-ray illumination. The effect of fogging, etc. may appear on  unused film. Carrying your printer and film onto an aircraft in  your carry-on luggage is recommended. (Check with each airport for more information.)
●   Avoid strong light, and keep the developed prints in a cool and dry place.
● Do not puncture or cut this film as it contains a small amount of caustic paste (high alkaline). Never let children or animals put the film into their mouth. Also pay attention so that the paste does not come into contact with skin or clothes.
●  In case the paste inside the film comes into contact with skin or clothes, immediately wash off with plenty of water. If the paste comes into contact with the eyes or mouth, immediately wash the area with plenty of water and contact  a doctor. Note that the alkaline inside the film remains active for about 10 minutes after the photo has been printed. 

Loading/Unloading the INSTAX Film Pack: 
Caution to avoid the damage for instant films, as well to camera/printers used.

⚠️ Do not open the film door until you have used up the film; otherwise, the rest of the film will become exposed and turn white. The film can no longer be used. ⚠️ 

● When you load the film pack, never press the two rectangular holes on the back of the film pack. 

● Each FUJIFILM INSTAX Film pack contains one black film protective cover and number of film sheets depends on what you purchase per pack.
● Do not remove the film pack from its inner bag before loading it into the camera/printer. 
● The film cover is ejected automatically when the film door is closed.

For details, refer to the instructions and warnings on the package of FUJIFILM INSTAX Instant Print Film. 


Frequently Ask Questions (FAQs about Instax Film): 

Q: What's the best way to store my instax film?
● We suggest keep the prints away from direct sunlight and humid conditions. Keep the prints in an album within a ventilated cool dry area for maximum longevity.

Q: My film is coming out blank / white, what's the reason?
● This is usually caused when the film door on the camera or printer has been opened after film has been loaded into the camera or printer. Instant film is light sensitive, so should only be exposed to light when a picture is taken, not before. If this has happened, you may find that if you keep shooting with that pack of film the first few shots will come out blank but some of the remaining film should come out as normal. This will be as the film further back in the film cartridge did not get fully exposed to light. Obviously this will depend on how long and how intense the light was when the film was exposed.

Q: When I take a picture of the sun it develops as a black spot. Is my film faulty?
● If you take images of a scene that has a very bright element such as the sun, it will overexpose that part of the film. This will result in a little black mark shown on the film. This is normal, but to avoid, do not shoot directly into the sun or bright light source. If you really want to capture the sun in your image or similar, you can try holding some sunglasses over the lens whilst shooting as this can help reduce the chance of overexposure.

Q: My film gets jammed when ejecting from the camera
● This would usually be due to low battery power as the majority of power would go into ejecting the film. While there may have been enough power to capture the image, the camera halted while pushing the film through the unit. Replace the batteries with the lens in the open position.

Q:How do I insert the instax film into my instax product?
● After removing the film from the foil wrapper you will notice a small yellow stripe on the top right hand side of the cartridge. If you open your camera/printer back you will see the same yellow mark on the top right hand corner of the film compartment, simply align these two stripes and the film cartridge should slot in place easily. Never force the film into your product as this could damage the film and/or product.

Q: Why has my film not developed properly?
● Once a picture has been taken it takes around 90 seconds to develop, during this time it is important you don't crease, squeeze or shake the film. These types of actions can affect the distribution of film chemicals whilst the film is developing creating artefacts to your shots. Of course, some users do this for creative effect!

How To Order


  • Same-day delivery available.
  • Nationwide shipping available.
  • METRO MANILA with Delivery fee
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    - 1 to 2 days after full Payment
    - COD is available for extra Fee
  • Keep your tracking number to monitor items shipped.
  • Visit us at JG Superstore HQ in Greenhills, San Juan City, Metro Manila, PH.
  • Cash on Delivery
  • Bank deposit: BDO, BPI, Metrobank, Unionbank
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  • Gcash, Maya, Paypal or
  • Cash



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