A new portable photo printer called LifePrint creates 'living' photos by combining a printed photograph with a digital video.
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mobileMar 19, 2014 at 17:16
LifePrint adds a social element to mobile printing with its wireless printer and app.
mobileJan 6, 2014 at 08:00
Instax Share SP-1 acts as its own Wi-Fi hotspot, and works with both iOS and Android.
mobileJul 19, 2013 at 20:22
What would you pay for this Android-based camera/printer combo?
We normally don't cover film cameras on DPReview, but this one's too cool to pass up. Twenty-four year old Léo Marius has created a 35mm film SLR using a 3D printer, complete with a viewfinder and compatibility for any lens mount (once the appropriate mount is created and attached, of course). The camera isn't available for sale, but Marius provides instructions for creating your own. Click through for more details, and pictures of the homemade camera.
ou've unboxed that shiny new printer, followed the setup guide down to the last step, and can't wait to start printing your masterpieces. In this article we're going to explore the various steps involved in successfully transferring your photographic vision from screen to print.
Jul 10, 2012 at 15:09
Canon has unveiled the Selphy CP900, a Wi-Fi-enabled dye-sub compact photo printer. The CP900 can print borderless 4x6" photos in as little as 47 seconds. The built-in screen and control interface allows you to browse computers on the same Wi-Fi network to locate your images. There are also iOS and Android apps that allow direct printing to the CP900. In addition to it Wi-Fi capabilities, the CP900 is also smaller and lighter than the existing CP800 model. An equivalent model has not been announced for Europe (though a non-Wi-Fi CP810 variant exists). The CP900 will cost around $100.
Just posted: Our in-depth review of the Canon Pixma Pro-1. Canon's latest 13-inch pigment-ink printer is aimed at enthusiasts and professionals, with a 12 channel inkset, 4800 x 2400 dpi print head resolution and direct support for third party fine art papers. The printer is optimized for b/w printing with a total of five monochrome inks and is compatible with Canon's free ICC profiling software. Does the Pro-1 have what it takes to compete against rival and fine art market leader Epson? Read our in-depth review to find out.
The Pixma Pro-1 is Canon's latest addition to its A3+ (13-inch) pigment ink printer lineup. Intended to sit a category above, rather than replace either the Pixma Pro9000 Mark II or Pro9500 Mark II models, the Pro-1 sets its sights on a more discriminating and demanding user. As Canon described to us in an interview at the printer's launch, 'This is a top-of-the-line product...geared towards a 5D or 7D customer'.
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