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Canon CP-300 Photo Printer

by Canon

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  • 300 x 300 dpi resolution, dye-sublimation technology for rich color
  • Prints 4-by-6-inch snapshots in as little as 85 seconds
  • Supports PictBridge for direct digital-camera printing, no PC required
  • Includes rechargeable Ni-MH battery pack for complete portability
  • USB interface, PC and Mac compatible; 1-year warranty
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Product Description

Product Description

Print 4x6" or credit-card size photos at 300x300 dpi directly from your Canon Powershot digital camera with this Canon digital direct photo printer. Includes rechargeable Li-Ion battery and charger and dye-sublimation thermal transfer technology for rich color.

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Amazon.com Product Description It's the coolest party toy since the Polaroid: the new Canon CP-300 Photo Printer. Connect it directly to your Powershot-series Canon or other PictBridge-supporting digital camera, and you'll be printing snapshots and stickers faster than you can say "cheese." PictBridge is an industry standard that lets you print images by directly connecting your digital camera to your printer, regardless of the brand or model, without using a computer.

This printer can connect directly to select digital cameras. Learn more about PictBridge.
The included USB cable adapter also lets you connect the CP-300 to your camera or your computer for access to images stored there.

Each wee image features 256-level color and 300 dpi resolution; the dye-sublimation process provides results similar to traditional photos, with rich detail and accurate skin tones. Supported papers include a variety of sizes, as well as bordered and borderless options. Whatever you choose, your images print in seconds--about 85 seconds for a postcard size, 40 for tiny labels or credit card size, when printing directly from Canon PowerShot cameras.

For added portability, the CP-300 includes a rechargeable Ni-MH battery pack and supports an optional car battery adapter (model CBA-CP100). Canon provides a one-year warranty covering parts and service.

What's in the Box:
Card Photo Printer CP-300 body, paper cassettes (4-by-6-inch and credit card size), ink cassette, Ni-MH battery, compact power adapter, CD-ROM driver, trial standard paper (4-by-6-inch size)


Product Details

Product Manual [2.06mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 4.8 x 6.7 x 2.2 inches ; 15 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000B0ADO
  • Item model number: 8790A005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 30, 2003

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Print quality is only 300dpi but good.
Chris Lee
Just take the photo, print it in the car (the cp 300 comes with a battery pack!), slap a stamp on it, and toss it in a mailbox.
curious j
Skin tones come out perfect and no dither or dots are visible anywhere in the print.
bmw5002

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

81 of 81 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 19, 2003
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I've been around technology for many years, and you know, a lot of things aren't what they're promised to be. Not so with the CP-300 - it's everything Canon said it would be - print quality is incredible, cost per print is reasonable, printer setup and operation are simple, and printing is fast. All technology should be like this.
Print quality is far far far superior to my Epson Photo 820 or my older HP Photosmart P1000. When I show the 4x6 prints from the CP-300 to friends, they're uniformly surprised - you really can't tell that they're not normal photographic prints. Cost per print (ink + paper) is reasonable and actually cheaper than either inkjet printer.
Printing from either the computer or direct from my Canon S50 couldn't be easier. Canon did a great job with a simple, straightforward print driver for Windows. They didn't seem to need to include all the complexity (and hassle) of the Epson and HP drivers. The CP-300 is easy to live with - printing is easy, cartridge & paper loading is easy, no head cleaning, no head alignment, no head priming. Battery life has been fine for the limited on-battery printing I've done so far with it.
I will never again print photos on anything less than the CP-300.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Chris Lee on December 28, 2003
Canon's CP-200 and CP-300 printers are really cool compact gadgets. Finally after you take a picture on your digital camera not only can you print it imediatelily but print it anywhere (there's AC outlet). I recommend the 300 model more because it has rechargable battery pack, where-as 200 model doesn't. A big caveat is you need to carry extra ink and paper (and maybe batteries and charger!), so the total travel weight may be much more than you think. Is it worth the money? I think if you take a lot of travel pix yes, considering how photography can win you friends and printing photos for your subjects can, boy, double-win over friends for life. Just be prepared for the extra 4-5 pounds for the entire travel package.
Print quality is only 300dpi but good. It's slow, but the colors are well toned. Finally my cat ...... looks her natural color (brownish gray) on paper... No previous HP printers did her beautiful coat justice.
These pair of printers work with almost all major brand digital cameras: Canon, Minolta, Nikon, Panasonic, Pentax, Sanyo, Sony, Toshiba, HP, Kodak, Polaroid, etc. Will NOT work with lesser brands like SiPx, Targus, Samsung, Picty, etc. because they don't support the technology.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By bmw5002 on February 23, 2004
So here is my review of the Canon CP-300 printer. It is a bit long, but you should learn everything you need to know about this product in that time. Here goes.
I was supposed to get this for christmas, but it was on backorder for quite some time, and it has just arrived today, February 23. I was impressed with the product before even setting it up; the packaging job canon did was nice and protected everything through the shipping process.
The printer itself is fairly small, but it would seem to be a pain to carry around all the accessories. Anyway, the print quality is awesome, [much better than] my epson c80 inkjet. Dye sub/thermal technology is amazing, you really can't tell the difference between it and photolab prints. I haven't used the battery yet, but I plan on it in the near future, and a highly portable photo printer is definitely a plus. The computer drivers installed on XP pro without a hitch.
There was one problem I had, but I can't blame it on the printer. My Canon powershot s110 was an older model, and the firmware needed updating. So I followed canon's instructions exactly, and it seemed to work. But now when I switch my camera to replay mode, it totally freezes up with a black screen, and I have to pull out the battery and put it back in. It is tempermental, sometimes it freezes, sometimes it doesnt. So I haven't been able to test the printing directly from the camera yet.
Some other quirks related to the printer are the availability of printing media. Not many local retailers carry the supplies, if not any. Canon needs to push their print media into the stores, and maybe once this product gets more popular, the media prices will drop.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By curious j on April 5, 2004
I own a Canon A70 digital camera and wanted a non-inkjet photo printer for lab-quality photos. The CP 300 exceeded all of my expectations. The 4x6 paper comes ready with post card formatting on the back for an absolutely perfect road trip tool! Just take the photo, print it in the car (the cp 300 comes with a battery pack!), slap a stamp on it, and toss it in a mailbox. Brilliant. Plus, the small credit card size photos are adorable and you can get the sticker kind (either full label or mini labels) which I anticipate will be even more fun. Tip: a business card holder is a perfect album for these little pics.
All of this you've heard before. What you may not know is that you can print more than just photos with your cp 300! I do a little graphic art on the side and have been able to make high quality prints of original non-photo artwork (created in other programs and saved as a tiff) right through the software that comes with the printer!!
The only aspect of this printer that is less than ideal is that the paper/ink packs are proprietary and not universally available yet, even online (especially the label kind).
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