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Canon SELPHY CP760 Compact Photo Printer (2565B001)

4.2 out of 5 stars 92 customer reviews
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  • Prints full-color 4 x 6 inch photos in less than a minute
  • No need for a computer -- print directly from a memory card or USB drive
  • Prints colorful photos at resolutions as high as 300 x 300 dpi
  • Optional BU-30 Bluetooth interface
  • Compact design measures 7.9 x 3.3 x 5.6 inches (WxHxD)
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Product Description

Canon SELPHY CP760 Compact Photo Printer - 4"X8"

From the Manufacturer

The compact Canon SELPHY CP760 Dye-Sublimation Photo Printer prints colorful, accurate photos each and every time and is extremely portable, so it goes where you go. No need for a computer, this photo printer will print directly from a memory card, USB drive, PictBridge-enabled digital camera, or via the optional BU-30 Blue tooth interface (sold separately).

Canon's advanced dye-sublimation printing process produces outstanding 4 x 6 inch photos in less than a minute and at a crystal clear 300 x 300 dpi resolution. With over 256 levels of colors available, this printer is capable of producing 16.8 million different color combinations. Enhance images using the 2.5 inch TFT display and included software in order to take full advantage of the CP760's photo processing power.

The Canon CP760 is capable of printing photos as large as 4 x 8 inches that are both water resistant and resist fading for up to 100 years. It also features an extremely compact design measuring 7.9 x 3.3 x 5.6 inches (WxHxD) and weighing just 2.1 pounds. The CP760 is compatible with both Windows and Macintosh, and it's backed by a 1-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
SELPHY CP760 Compact Photo Printer, 4 x 6 inch Trial Ink Cassette, 4 x 6 inch Paper Cassette, 4 x 6 inch Trial Standard Paper Pack, Cleaner (Inserted prior to Shipment), Compact Power Adapter, CD Printer Solution Desk, Document Kit: Cross Sell Sheet, Customer Support Leaflet, Registration, Setup Software & user's guide, CD-ROM, User Guide, Warranty Card.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 7.9 x 5.6 x 3.3 inches
Item Weight 2.1 pounds
Shipping Weight 4.4 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Item model number 2565B001
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4.2 out of 5 stars 92 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #32 in Electronics > Camera & Photo > Printers & Scanners > Portable Photo Printers
#151 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Printers > Inkjet Printers
Date first available at March 15, 2005

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I'm still using HP Photosmart A618 to print 5 x 7 & some 4 x 6 photos. I'll not compare the Inkjet technology with Dye-sublimation because the dye-sub is clearly better in image quality even with 300dpi(dye-sub) vs 600dpi(inkjet). but I'll write about what I liked & what I didn't like using Canon brand printer. btw, I print from the PC (fix the exposure, remove noise..etc photos using Lightroom or any other software) and then I use the official software to print.

What I liked:

- The photo is super clear and the printer produces amazing quality (outstanding). you will never be disappointed. I assure you that.
- The printer is fast enough.
- The paper quality is very good and you will not be worried about papers & ink (36 ink cartridge size will print 36 photos, no less no more).

What I didn't like:

- The paper size isn't perfect 4 x 6 (101.6 x 152.4). It's smaller (100mm x 148mm) in Canon and maybe more smaller than that.

I compared the HP 4 x 6 paper with Canon 4 x 6 paper and the HP was bigger by 2-3mm in width and height. I believe that HP produces a better size of 4 x 6 because when I resize any photo to 4 X 6 using any software I get (101.6 x 152.4) which means 1800x1200 ,resolution 300dpi. But When I print this photo size using Canon, the printer will crop automatically 2-5mm from width and height (Canon paper has 2 tabs at the right and left sides which can be removed after you print the photo). The printer will print at least 3mm in the tab area and will crop 2-4mm from the height.

Now if I don't want to lose any part of the photo, I should resize all the photos I have to 1748x1181 (100mm x 148mm). To do this, I must disable the constrain aspect ratio.
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I have fallen in love four times in my life. The first was a heartbreaker in college. The second, I married. The third was a Weber Q grill. And this printer was the fourth.

Now, a printer is not the kind of thing one should fall in love with. It's stupid. It's a pile of plastic and metal enclosed in a box. And while it is a very nice box, a box it is none-the-less.

But I am in love. Let me count the ways.

(1) It does what it says: it prints beautiful color photos in about a minute. The printer uses a process called dye sublimation in which a solid ink that is spread on a thin plastic sheet is transferred to the photo paper in a four step process. In the first three steps, different color inks are deposited on top of each other to create all the other colors of the spectrum. In the last step, a clear coating is applied that protects the print from minor scratches and fingerprints. (BTW, don't let the 300dpi resolution put you off. The photos look every bit as good as the "60 million by 24 million dots per blah, blah, blah of the ink jet printers. Evidently, dots per inch are not all the same.)

(2) It is simple to use. You take your picture. You insert your memory card into the front of the printer (it accepts just about every common memory card). You select your photo from the small display built in to the printer and press the print button. One minute later, your print is ready to handle and share. Want to print all the photos on the memory card? Simply select the "print all" command and it will print all the photos. No laptop or PC needed.

(3) It is cost effective - take 1. When you buy the special paper for the printer, the solid ink cartridge(s) come with the paper.
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This is my 4th "CP" Printer from Canon. I don't know why I keep upgrading because I don't need to. This one is the fastest "CP" Printer yet. I have 2 complaints...

1. They took away the retractable usb cord.
2. No battery support.

Luckily I still have my CP-710 for portability. I use the CP-760 for my desktop machine. I love the new speed, the larger display screen and design of the 760. It still produces great prints so I would rate this printer from a scale of 1 to 10 an 8.5 because of the 2 reasons I mentioned earlier.

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I was asked (told) to do photos at our school's Hallowe'en party fundraiser, and was told print out would be over a B&W laser printer or color printer through a computer

No WAY . . .

I am after all a published photographer and saw the results of laser printing, even color, on plain paper.

NO way . . .

So I got this CANON SELPHY CP760 and two boxes of 108 sheets of postcard paper (4x6) with enough color printing roll inside to cover those sheets.

Works like a charm. Beats ANY ink jet out there. While your ink jet is wasting ink cleaning its nozzles, this thing is floating out perfect photos every time, no problem, no jamming.

Case closed.

You can choose an on board color optimizing feature which might make some colors a little too hot, or deep, or vibrant, than real life, but it looks great. And fleshtones are always true to the subject. That's what counts.

It is amazing how much photo lab software can be accessed on board, as well as directly on your DSLR. No need for a computer, ever, anywhere.

Just puts out great prints - excellent PHOTO QUALITY!

I wish I could figure out a way to attach my flashdrive, but just plugging in the SD memory card (EVEN 4 gig SDHC like the Sandisk 4GB EXTREME III SDHC SD Card (SDSDX3-4096, Static Pack)) is great.

AND you do not have to turn it off to unplug the SD card and keep on shooting. Apparently a little bit of roll might get wasted from turning off and on, but you do not have to turn it off just to pull out your SD card.
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