Stunning prints (better than inkjet), a few caveats
Samuel A, Amazon
16 June 2008
Summary: Notes: 1. Print quality is beautiful, and in a league apart from inkjets, though I did notice a white (unprinted?) speck or two on two different pictures and in different places (out of four that I have thus far printed). 2.
Summary: What a great little photo printer! I just got mine and it's fantastic. The quality of the printed photos is outstanding. The prints look just like the ones you'd have printed at Target/Walmart/etc. The printer itself is tiny, perfect for traveling.
Summary: We love our Canon SELPHY CP510 Compact Photo Printer, even if the supplies might be considered pricey. The 4x6" prints are clear, water resistent and permanent. Although this printer is a plus when wanting to print a good, quick photo, it still lacks the capability to be the all-in-one solution...
Summary: No doubt the price of the printer, the price per print (you need to shop around for the ink though), and the quality of the print combine to be an excellent choice. Just that I have some trouble feeding the paper some time, but with that price, I won't worry about it too much.
Summary: I bought this printer on sale a few months back at staples for 49 bucks. I have a canon s410 digital elph and really like that camera. I have used it with this printer. When I was buying this printer Kodak also came out with a new printer. For 50 bucks the printer is worth it.
Summary: Upside: 1. Very easy to use and doesn't take up any space when traveling. 2. Connect directly to your camera or computer. 3. The quality of prints are fantastic although limited in size. I save paper/ink by putting multiple shots on one page.
Summary: This is a very neat and quick(ish) photo printer, that gives really professional looking results. It uses the 'dye-sub' printing technique, not ink jet, so the results come out of the printer dry, and also coated with a thin film of protective plastic!
Summary: Excellent resaults trully happy with my CP510, works fantastic off both my Canon & Kodax cameras, excellent resualts from from Windows XP machine shame there are problems with Vista. It is meant to be compatable but I can not get it to work even after downloading all the updates from Canon.