Summary: This came in a box, could not use it, no cords no nothing really. As soon as I received it and saw how worthless it was, I through in the trash. The seller was clearly ghetto! The biggest $25 waste!
Summary: I took my printer with me to Haiti and took photos of hundreds of children with my trusty, shoot from the back of a motorcycle, Sony PSC P7. Then I printed them and gave them to the children. The first printed photo of themselves, ever. The initial photos were of children lookng a bit suspicious but then there was a near riot as we gave the completed photos back to the children Smiling faces, huge grins, something precious an image of themselves.
Summary: There are several reasons why I do not recommend this printer: 1. Lack of Customer Support. Sony is notorious for bad support. I gave them the benefit of the doubt and tried getting support via email, chat and phone and did not get any help. 2. Picture Quality. While the pictures are sharp, the colors are really off. When I have tried printing several pictures, they come out with a yellow tint. These same pictures were sent to an online printer and came back okay. 3.
Summary: "Wow!" That's just what we thought when we hooked up Sony's latest DPP-EX7 digital photo printer. The DPP-EX7 is an on the spot photo editor, borderless coated printer, and memory accessible device (no need for a PC). These qualities make it the perfect printer for quick high quality prints. Today Bytesector will explore the ups and downs of this printer.
Summary: You know you've got quality whenever you buy a Sony product. The DPP-EX7 photo printer is no exception. The sample photo this printer comes with will absolutely floor you. I have yet to produce a picture as beautiful as the sample, but I'm hardly the expert photographer. I think the trick to stellar prints is stellar photos. I take most of my digital pictures at a low setting (best for email and such) but the prints still come out great.