It would be a dramatic understatement to say that 2021 was a big year for K-Pop sensation BTS. They released chart-topping singles like "Permission to Dance" and "My Universe"—the second being a groundbreaking collaboration with Coldplay—and recently performed some huge stadium concerts in the U.S. with attendees from all over the world. Though the group recently announced an "extended period of rest," we doubt diehard fans will be toning down their dedication any time soon. But ARMY, we also know you tend to get separation anxiety from Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook, so if you’re looking to watch, listen to, and purchase all things BTS in the next few weeks, we understand. Here's something to add to that list: Fujifilm just unveiled their new BTS x Instax "Butter" Mini 11, a revamped version of their famous instant-print camera with a design inspired by the hit BTS song "Butter!"
The Instax Mini 11 was first released in mid-2020 and it’s a successor to previous instant film cameras from the Japanese brand featuring a more compact build as well as cool new features like automatic shutter-speed adjustment for less film waste. The device comes in a variety of colors—Instax is even known for releasing their film cameras in themed designs inspired by pop-culture faves like Star Wars and Mickey Mouse. This time around, BTS is the inspiration for their latest model—more specifically their hit single "Butter" and its bright, whimsical aesthetic. The new instant-print camera features a soft yellow body with a colorful print circling the lens—we know you recognize that pattern, ARMY—and the "Butter" logo" printed up top. It also comes with a handy strap that matches the lens design as well as "Butter"-themed film. In case you already own an Instax camera, the film can also be purchased separately for P450.
Check out the new BTS-themed Instax Mini 11, inspired by the hit single "Butter":
The BTS x Instax "Butter" Mini 11 will be available in the Philippines starting December 17. It’s now available for pre-order at selected Fujifilm retailers.
For more information, log on to Fujifilm Instax Philippines' Facebook page.
This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.