Summary: i know that this is becoming outdated but for home photo printers these smaller kodaks are my favorites the pictures come out so well and are very tough despite the abuse the average paper takes, the downside is that if there is a paperjam that isn't easily resolved it is pretty much the death march of the printer to the trash as this is my third printer for paper jam reasons.
Summary: Nice printer for only around 60$ (Target) . Prints relativley high lab-quality prints in about 50 Seconds per print. It's not bulky at all and fits great on the corner of my desk without interfering with anything. The refill packs are a great price as well. 40 prints for about 15$ and 160 for 55$ and that includes everything, cartridge and paper. Great little printer for 60$ , I'd recomend it to anyone.
Summary: Going against good sense after reading consumer reviews of Kodak PP300, I still took the plunge and bought one because it was indeed inexpensive. The pros ended with the price of the printer. After loading the sampler cartridge and switching the printer on, the film tore. After replacing it with a 40-sheet film cartridge, it started printing the first sheet but the film tore as it applied the laminate.