Reviewed on 2006-01-20
Prints from computers, memory cards, and PictBridge cameras. Easy to set up and use. Once dry, output is smudgeproof, waterproof, and, for most output, true photo quality.
Cost per print varies significantly depending on which paper you use, with Canons best-quality paper costing as much 45 cents per print for the paper alone.
Two competing technologies neatly divide the world of dedicated photo printers: thermal dye, which tends to provide greater portability, and ink jet, which usually offers a lower cost per print. Canon is one of the few manufacturers that will happily...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-01-02
So what is Selphy, it is a photo printer that prints 15x10cm images. Like most other inkjet manufacturers Canon have a unit, however in shape anyway is rather different.Read more >
Reviewed on 2005-12-06
<b>Spec:</b> Ink-jet, 1 min/page, Wired, Color, PC, Mac, 4800 dpi x 1200 dpi<br> <b>Good:</b> Easy to operate; 2.5-inch LCD; built-in memory-card reader; Mac and Windows compatible.<br> <b>Bad:</b> Mediocre output quality; no battery option; printhead nozzles require frequent cleaning.<br> <b>Bottomline:</b> Although inexpensive to operate and easy to use, the Canon Selphy DS810s mediocre output limits this compact photo printers appeal for serious photo enthusiasts.<br>Read more >
Reviewed on 2005-11-14
SummaryPros: Inexpensive. Cons: No way to print black-and-white photos without using a computer; dull prints when printing from a camera card; images lose shadow detail when printed from Mac or PictBridge; no battery option. Price as rated: $150 Best C...Read more >