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Canon SELPHY CP810 Compact Photo Printer - White
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Turning photos into beautiful lasting prints with the SELPHY CP810 is so easy. Small, stylish and portable, with a tilting LCD and interface anyone can use, it can print anywhere in under 1 minute.
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The paper and ink are very expensive but that is not an issue for occasional use and would only knock off half a star. The reason I only give it three is that, having had it less than a year, and having upgraded my PC to Windows 8, the CP810 is no longer supported; there are no drivers for Windows 8 and Canon support have told me that they do not intend to provide any - despite the fact they are still selling it!
If you want to print directly from your camera, SD card, compact flash, microdrive or USB stick this is a great, highly portable printer but if you want to print from your picture library on your PC - forget it!
The software was easy to install and very user friendly. Very easily transported as well, due to its small size and reasonably light weight, considering its a printer. Saying that, it feels solid and well made, not flimsy or tacky. Inserting the paper and cartridges is also very easy. It took me a total of 15 mins to un-box, hook up, instal the software and start printing. Prints come out smoothly and in a mater of 30 seconds or less. While it does have basic image manipulation features, don't expect to find a copy of photoshop stuffed in there, if you want to tweak you photos a lot, then do so before you put them into the printer.
You do need to buy a USB lead to connect it to your computer if you don't have one, as it does not come with one. You also need to buy the other paper trays if you wish to print different sizes to the 6x4 postcard format. It also stresses that it should be kept and used in as dust free environment as possible, because dust on the paper will harm the print and ultimately scum up the printer, so you do need to keep it clean. It would also be nice to have a matt/canvas texture/acitate paper type packs, as it only comes in gloss as far as i'm aware.Read more ›
I bought it to allow me to print directly from memory cards from my camera at a high quality at 6" x 4". For that it's very good indeed. It can print at several other small sizes (if you buy the additional required parts), but for most people that's probably all it needs to do.
Printer ink and paper is bought in packs which together print a fixed number of prints at a cost of around 30p a print.
So, if you can wait for prints, you can get them done cheaper at your local chemist/photo shop/supermarket.
If you need to be able to print at larger sizes this is not for you.
It's tiny, like a couple of books put together, and light. he print quality is excellent (dye sublimation). It prints in passes, each of the three primary colours in turn, then a glossy layer to protect. The prints are dry to touch as soon as delivered.
So, if you need to print at this size quickly (it takes about a minute per print) it's ideal. If you don't, save the money and go to the nearest photo shop.
Very compact and portable. Prints without being connected to a PC.
Pity no cable is supplied with printer
The print quality is amazing. buying the photo paper and ink in one go is convenient. the price, ehhh, not too happy with it. wish it were about $50 cheaper just because the initial investment you have to make is quite high. the prints itself goes out to 2x as expensive compared to tradtionally printed out with the pros - and that's not counting the price of the printer in the per piece print.
still, it's very convenient - the little screen and editing functions are pretty spot on. i love the cropping tool on the screen - the only real thing i ever truly loved.
convenient and does what it's supposed to. wish it were cheaper. :)
The prints from the CP800 (and hence I presume from the CP810, because it used the same engine) are fantastic - just like those one gets back from a lab. Time will tell whether the printer will suffer from cleaning/blockage issues like every other printer I've ever had.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Produces great pictures. I like the fact that it offers different print optionsPublished 15 months ago by Stephanie Wilson
Limitation is the battery (or lack there of). To make this truly portable you have to add some additional H/W and a battery the size and weight of which would encourage you to... Read morePublished on 18 Feb. 2015 by Shopper
ten out of ten for my ten year old grandson who loves it and uses it for all his special prints.Published on 19 Dec. 2014 by Mo