This is a POSTCARD printer, not a 4x6 photo printer
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9 May 2006
Summary: This is the first time I've felt compelled to add a review, and it's negative. Unfortunately the review from J. Cole is accurate -- this printer prints on postcard paper, which is 1/4" smaller on each edge. I would not buy this printer again with this knowledge. So if you buy this printer, be sure you're not looking to put the prints in 4x6 frames because they'll have an ugly "border" around them where the frame backing shows through.
Summary: This is the second one I've bought. Its very neat and nothing complicated about it. However, it does seem a bit flimsy and the front cover has broken off both times very soon after purchase. The retractable lead stopped working on the first one but it does come with a separate plug in lead you can use and you need to clean it regularly to maintain the quality of the pictures. Fine for holiday snaps but not award winning stuff.
Summary: I bought CP510 and tried to install the softwear on to Vista OS, could not get link from computor to printer, down loaded driver for Vista from Canon site, what a mess this site is, still did not run. Tried other ways to get the printer to run, no good. Installed every thing on XP OS worked first time.
Summary: Hace tiempo publiqué una opinión sobre mi cámara de fotos una Canon, aqui dejo el enlace por si la quereis leer, http://www.ciao.es/Canon_Powershot_A420__Opinion_1477414, en esa opinión decía, lo cual era cierto, que la había conseguido con el periódico que compro todos los días, pero también había adquirido por el mismo método, de hecho llegaron las dos el mismo día, la impresora de la que voy a hablar a continuación.