Canon SELPHY CP720
Released September, 2005
The Pros:Easy to set up for entry level users, pretty simple. Photos come out highly detailed and with great color. Fairly light weight, easy to move around and store.
The Canon SELPHY CP720 is a basic dye-sublimation printer intended only for photo printing use, and has almost identical features to the CP710 model. The CP720 is portable and compact, though it does not have any options for a battery pack and must be connected to AC power.
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It connects to PictBridg-enabled digital cameras with a USB interface, and has an optional wireless Bluetooth adapter to print from Bluetooth devices. Like the CP710, it also has a built-in 1.5" LCD screen that allows previewing of images from memory cards. It can print 4" x 6" prints in about one minute and the maximum printing size is 4" x 8", which takes about 75 seconds. Max print resolution is 300 x 300 dpi with 256 levels per color and each photo is finished with a UV- and water-resistant protective coating. Photos are supposed to be long-lasting.
- Released September 2005
- Dye-sublimation photo printer
- Adds protective coating after color layers
- 1.5" LCD screen to preview images
- Reads and prints from multiple memory card formats
- 256 levels per color
- 300 x 300 dpi print resolution
- PictBridge direct printing, optional Bluetooth wireless adapter
- 4" x 6" print in 58 seconds, estimated 28 cents per print, wide-mode prints in 75 seconds
- Max print size 4" x 8" wide mode
- Borderless printing
- Long-lasting prints
User Reviews (1)
easy to set up for entry level users, pretty simple
photos come out highly detailed and with great color
fairly light weight, easy to move around and store
can print right from the camera, no need to use a PC in between
prints come out pretty quickly, usually won't wait longer than a minute or two
included instructions are fairly complete and easy to understand
prints don't smudge or fade, stay clear for a long time
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