Thursday, May 08, 2008

Canon Introduces Selphy CP770 and CP760 Photo Printers for the Home Users

If you want to build a photo lab in your home, even without facing all the complex operations of a typical photo lab, then you can go for Canon Selphy CP770 and CP760, two newly added photo printers of the company’s Selphy range of photo printers. Now, let us see what the catches of the two products are.

Well, both the machines some attractive features to impress. Canon Selphy CP770 comes with a 2.5in colour LCD display. Using this display screen you can see the preview of what you are going to print out, before pressing the print button. You can navigate the menus very easily. Canon Inc. (TYO:7751) provides some more features with this two photo printers.

PC Advisor reported:

Basic on-body editing options include red-eye reduction, cropping, resizing and rotating.

However, these standard features are joined by tools that automatically recognise faces and corrects the brightness levels for this part of the image to make subjects look their best. Skintones are also automatically corrected to flatter the subject.

As well as printing out standard-size prints of their digital snaps, users can now output business card-sized images or produce photo stickers. As little as 52 seconds is required for a print to appear.

You can send photos and images to the printer through the removable media cards from your digital camera, or if you have a Bluetooth supported mobile phone you can send pictures from your phone set as well using an optional Bluetooth adapter. Canon Selphy CP770 also supports infrared wireless which allows its users sending pictures through infrared wireless technology. You know that Canon Selphy printers can provide with splashproof , scratch-resistant coating on the prints.

If you are interested to know details of the features of Canon Selphy CP770 and CP760 then click here.


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