Fujifilm NX-800M multi-function dye-sub printer
Not to be outdone by Sony and their DPP-SV88 multi-function printer Fujifilm has today announced the 'FinePix Memory Printer' NX-800M which provides the ability to archive and print. The NX-800M has both SmartMedia and PCMCIA slots for storage cards which can then be archived directly to CD-R/RW or printed on the internal 4 x 6 dye-sub printer. Prints can also then be made at a later date from the archived photos. The NX-800M also has a small LCD screen for preview / setup as well as connectivity to a TV/Monitor and/or PC/Mac via USB.
Phil: A few things the Sony DPP-SV88 has got going for it versus this new Fujifilm unit is the print size (the Fujifilm's max is 5 x 3.3 in) as well as the overall bulk of the unit, the Fujifilm box does look rather large.
Fujifilm FinePix Memory Printer NX-800M Specifications
|Paper size||148 x 100 mm (5.8 x 3.9 in)|
|Print size (max)||126 x 85 mm (5 x 3.3 in)|
|Print pixels||1024 x 1518|
|Print step||256 per colour|
|Print time||135 seconds|
|Print Function||Normal, Multi-Print, All scene, Effect, Zoom, Rotation, DPOF, CD-R Index Print, ID photo / postcard / photo-frame (Templates)|
|Media input||SmartMedia (up to 128 MB), PCMCIA Type II|
|Input image size||160 x 120 -> 4096 x 4096|
|Input format||DCF and EXIF JPEG and TIFF, DPOF, BMP, AVI and WAV|
|CD media||CD-R / CD-RW|
|CD-R speed||128 MB ~ 11 mins, 64 MB ~ 7 mins, 32 MB ~ 4 mins|
|Write speed||CD-R, 600 KB/s (max) / CD-RW, 600 KB/s (max)|
|Write methods||Track at once, Disc at once, Multi-Session, Packet writing|
|I/O||USB, Video Out|
|Paper feed||Automatic, 20 pieces or less|
|Weight||5 kg (11 lb)|
|Dimensions||300 x 290 x 130 mm (12 x 11.4 x 5.1 in)|
|O/S support||Windows 98 / 98 SE / Me / 2000
MacOS 8.6 - 9.1
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