How Instant Photo Printer Work?

Have you ever wondered how an instant photo printer works its magic? Let's dive into the fascinating process behind this innovative technology.

Insert the Instax Mini Film Cassette

The first step in using an instant photo printer is to insert the Instax Mini Film Cassette. This specialized film contains all the necessary components to produce a high-quality photo.

The Jollylook Eye is an instant digital-to-analog photo printer. Transform digital photos from your smartphone into real-life instant prints in just a few simple steps. Enjoy the modern convenience of digital photos with the physical nostalgia of real prints.

Pick a photo on your phone

Next, select a photo on your phone that you would like to print. Choose a memorable moment or a beautiful landscape to capture in print.

Position EYE on the phone screen

Position the EYE of the instant photo printer on your phone screen. This allows the printer to capture the image and begin the printing process.

Scale the photo to the desired size

Adjust the size of the photo on your phone screen to your desired dimensions. This step ensures that the printed photo will be the perfect size for your needs.

Press the shutter release

Once you have positioned and scaled the photo, press the shutter release button on the instant photo printer. This action signals the printer to begin the printing process.

Spin the crank to develop the photo

After pressing the shutter release, spin the crank on the instant photo printer. This motion initiates the development process, bringing your photo to life before your eyes.

In half a minute, you can touch your magically printed memory!

In just half a minute, your photo will be fully developed and ready to touch. Experience the joy of holding a physical copy of your digital memory in your hands.

Now that you understand how an instant photo printer works, you can appreciate the technology behind this convenient and fun device. Capture your favorite moments in an instant with the magic of instant photo printing!

Back to blog