Dye sub printers.

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Joseph Miller, Aug 8, 2003.

  1. We just bought a new Canon CP 200 dye sub printer for $177. My wife was
    accumulating a vast number of images and wanted something extremely
    straightforward to use at home. This printer prints up ti 4x6 prints,
    and the qyuality is close to photographic. You can print directly from
    the camera with the USB cable going directly to the printer (with a
    Canon camera its rediculously simple, or you print very simply from the
    computer. It's more expensive than going to Costco or the like at 36
    sheets including dye for $17 (the price I just paid), but it's instantly
    available, the prints look great, and the prints have a good protective
    coating.

    jsm
    Joseph Miller, Aug 8, 2003
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