seller for the printer cannon 200 worked & was good blue ball no good .no .
7 October 2014
Summary: The product above was great but another product I bought earlier did not work and I attempted to contact e-Bay and they could not do anything for me and I had all problems with signing on e-bay the object was a blue Olympia blue ball and I have decided not to use E-bay any more.
Summary: This is one of the worst pieces of junk I have ever purchased. I've had it a few years and it never has worked right. The paper feeder carriage never quite fit in to the main printer and if you don't have it just right, it stops printing. Don't, I repeat DO NOT even consider this POS. Buy something else!
Summary: I got my parents one of these cute little printers for Christmas. It prints excellent pictures, but only on special Canon "post card" paper! Even though it says it makes 4x6 prints, you cannot use generic 4x6 photo paper in the printer. This fact is not completely clear in the documentation and makes the prints more expensive than anticipated, not to mention that the special paper is difficult to locate in neighborhood office supply stores!
Summary: Canon's CP-200 and CP-300 printers are really cool compact gadgets. Finally after you take a picture on your digital camera not only can you print it imediatelily but print it anywhere (there's AC outlet). I recommend the 300 model more because it has rechargable battery pack, where-as 200 model doesn't. Another big caveat is you need to carry extra ink and paper, so the total travel weight may be much more than you think.
Summary: I bought this printer on an impulse after taking lots of digital pictures with my Canon A80 on a vacation. There is no warning about how pricey this printer can become. It came with 5 postcard size sheets and a cartridge that would print only the 5 pictures. Once they were gone, since you hadn't been warned, it was back to the store for another ink cartridge and paper. You have to buy an ink cartridge and paper pack for the number of prints you.
Summary: I got the CP-200 as a Christmas gift (one that I requested specifically) and have been reasonably happy with it so far. Fit and finish of the printer are remarkable - very solid construction, very nice workmanship, very classy design. I have a Canon S30 camera and the two look like they are made to go together. I would give the print quality a 8.5 out of 10, with 10 being 35mm photoshop quality.
Summary: The photos produced by this printer move home digital photography into a new realm. They are as good, or better, than 35mm prints. The brilliant vivid saturated colors have to be seen to be appreciated, and they also have an archival coating. The prints are a bit expensive at $0.55 each, but since you only print the good ones, and you can modify the image before printing, I think it is worth it. Maybe if everybody buys one the media will get cheaper.