Reviews and Problems with Sony Color Video Printer DPP-SV77
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Glorious prints, implementation a bit clunky
A. Block, Amazon
18 November 2003
Summary: I bought the DPP-SV77 because I wanted a way to take my digicam media (CompactFlash) directly from the camera and make prints without using a PC. While the DPP can be connected to a computer, the built-in LCD makes this really unnecessary.
Summary: If you enjoy printing photos at home from your digital camera, then the Sony Digital Photo printer is a must! I purchased this item a few days ago and have come to the conclusion that the pros definitely outweigh the cons.
Summary: I now have three photo printers, including the HP 1315, which prints 8X10s with great fidelity. But all things considered this is the best photo printer I own. Why? The answer lies in the process. The finest commercial printing establishments use dye sublimation printers.
Summary: We use this printer as a standalone photo printer with our Sony digital camera and 128 meg memory stick. Well worth the investment. Photos are professional quality. Yes, the paper is expensive, about 50 cents a photo more or less. You get a new cartridge with each box of 25 photos.
Summary: I bought the Sony Digital Photo Printer (DPP-SV77) about a year ago with the intention of using it for all my photo printing. It is easy to use, compact, and fits anywhere. It produces a great looking photo.
worth the money if you don't want to mess with a PC
Christopher J. Cross, Amazon
20 October 2003
Summary: We bought the DPP-SV77 because we recently had twins and wanted to make photos available immediately for friends and family. Our printer for our PC just wasn't up to the job. This printer has some legitimate problems but does a credible job if you don't mind some oversaturation on your color prints.
Summary: This is one of the easiest electronic products to use from the many that I have purchased. You plug it in and put in your digital cameras photo stick and it does the rest. The photos appear on the screen and you can scroll through them and when you see the one you want to print you hit the print...
Summary: In my book, if you deliver a product that works you've hit the target. If it doesn't work out of the box then you get to test the support system -- in this case, Sony gets an "F". I have a Dell with Windows ME (original OS install - seemed to matter to Sony support).