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Canon SELPHY CP900 Black Wireless Color Photo Printer

Canon SELPHY CP900 Black Wireless Color Photo Printer

High-Quality, Easy-to-Use Wireless Compact Photo Printer

  • New wireless capabilities lets you print right from your computer, iOS and Android devices
  • Light, compact body and an optional battery makes it easy to take this printer with you
  • Preview your images on the built-in 2.7-inch tilt-up LCD
  • Enhance your photos with the improved “Portrait Image Optimize”
  • Print water resistant photos that last up to 100 years in just 47 seconds

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  1. 37 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great LIttle Printer, October 7, 2012

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    We can’t get this printer in the UK yet so I had to purchase from the US but apart from a brief stay in customs it all arrived fine. The single reason for purchasing the printer is that it can print directly from an iPad over WiFi without needing the need for a router and it does that just great and I’m very happy with the print quality. There are a couple of points to be aware, it uses coloured film to produce the photo and it does it a layer at a time printing CMYK so the paper is passed back and forth through the printer 4 times laying down each colour. This means it is a little slow printing but the resulting photo is totally dry and ready to handle as soon as it is finished and the film cartridges are easy to handle and as the printer is portable means there will be no spills and leaks as it gets thrown around. The cartridges do have a fixed number of prints they can produce and the one that comes with the printer is only capable of 5 so make sure you order more cartridges and paper as once a cartridge has produced its set number of prints its useless, you can’t squeeze another print out, you can’t refill them. As the cartridges are basically a spool of coloured film its also important to understand that printing a little colour of pic of something is going to use up one print, the same as printing a full borderless image so there is no point in trying to be efficient and conserve ‘ink’. However buying more cartridges and paper isn’t too expensive and you can get kits that bundle them together but it does means being reliant on Canon as no one else can produce ‘refills. Another thing to point out is that if you want truly portable printing and go for a battery option you also need a charger and the two of them together cost more than the printer itself and they set external to the printer and plug into the power port on the printer so the printer is never free of wires. This is a real shame and its unfortunate that Canon couldn’t find a way of making the battery clip on to the printer itself but I guess one positive is that as the battery is pretty large, much larger than anything for a camera or camcorder it should last a long time in between charges. In summary I am really happy with the printer and everyone I have shown it to agrees and if you need photo printing on the move with an iPad, iPhone etc its really the only option I have found that does it this well, yes its a pain the battery is external and you yes you need special consumables but all in all I have no regrets purchasing it. Oh and one last thing, I wanted to take full size screen prints from the iPad (pushing the Home and Sleep button together) and print them out but if you do that you can only print with a border and not borderless as it cuts off the edges of the image so if you find prints losing part of the image switch borderless printing off. This is done within the Canon app for the iPad/iPhone which you need to download to use with the printer, you can’t print natively from the iPad direct to the printer in the way AirPrint works you do need the free Canon app.

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  2. 62 of 69 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great little printer!!, September 17, 2012

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    After reading almost all the reviews on Amazon to buy a new photo printer, I decided on The Selphy. My mom also has it and I liked the quality of the prints. I have had 2 photo printers, a HP Photosmart (LOVED IT!!) and a Kodak all in one (HATE IT!!) All I wanted was a photo printer! Not a fax, copier, scanner, printer. Who would have thought that would be so difficult? The Photosmart was the best printer for quality. The Kodak, a HUGE let down. Lines through my photos, really? But this Selphy was very easy to install and super easy to use! I just printed the 5 it comes with, so I haven’t used it much, but I can’t believe the quality of pictures! They are beautiful! I do a lot of scrapbooking and can’t wait to do my next album! I printed day, night, people, and places. ALL turned out great!! I would just like to say, if you need a good little printer for 4 x 6 or smaller prints, this is your machine! I am so excited to print more! Do get the color ink/ paper set when you order the printer. It’s a great deal for 108 prints!

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  3. 33 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent quality prints and WiFi is awesome. No compact flash card support, December 4, 2012
    M. Erb

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    I was really excited to get this new WiFi enabled Selphy CP900 printer. I already own the Selphy CP730 Canon Compact Photo Printer Selphy CP730 and what I love about that one is the battery pack that lets me print even when no AC power is available. But it does not have WiFi capability.

    The CP900 is quite a compact printer. Setting it up is fairly straightforward but you would be advised to read through the user guide, particularly because WiFi setup was not that intuitive. I was able to connect to my network with WiFi however.

    I was also able to create an Ad Hoc network between my iPhone4 and my iPad3 using IOS 6.0.1. Connecting via an Ad Hoc network is great particularly when you are in a location that does not have an accessible WiFi network. An Ad Hoc network creates a wireless connection directly between the device you are using such as an iPhone, computer, iPad or other capable device and the printer. I did have a few glitches establishing the connection but repeated tries finally got it working.

    Once the printer is connected to your network, you’ll also need to install the appropriate app on your smartphone. I’ve got an iPhone and the app is called “Canon Easy-PhotoPrint”. Once the app is installed you allow it to access your photos and you’re good to go. The app is barebones but allows you to select photos from your album and add them to the print queue. You are also able to select borderless or bordered prints. You are also able to remove photos from the queue if you change your mind prior to printing.

    In my video I show the lid of the paper tray resting against the printer in an upright position. That’s actually the paper tray and normally you would flip that down and as photos are printed, they end up in that paper tray when printing is finished.

    Dye-sublimation printers are great because unlike ink-jet printed photos, you don’t have to let them dry and you don’t have to worry about water drops making them run. The colors are bright and sharp and the blacks are dark. The cost is higher than your Big Box photo processor, but you get instant satisfaction and the convenience of being able to print immediately after taking a photo with your smartphone.

    The WiFi printing is only available to iOS, Android and Computers. As far as I know, there are no WiFi enabled cameras that are able to print directly to the printer. So in those cases you print the old-fashioned way, by attaching the USB cable to your camera or by inserting the SD card directly into the card slot on the printer. It is unfortunate that Canon dropped support for compact flash cards in this printer. But you are still able to connect a camera directly via USB to print from the camera.

    There is a CameraWindow app that enables you to transfer photos from your Canon PowerShot ELPH 320 HS or ELPH 530 HS to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and from there you can wirelessly print from the iOS device. But other cameras are not supported in that way as far as I know. I was not able to test that feature as I don’t have the applicable Canon camera.

    I did have some glitches with the Canon Easy-PhotoPrint app on the iPhone. Several times I’ve had two prints in the queue. Printing would start and after one photo was printed, I ran out of paper. When I installed new paper and ribbon cartridge, the printer printed the photo it had already printed again and then the second photo was printed. Other than that I love this printer.

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