The CP-10 uses a 4-pass printing system (yellow, magenta, cyan and a clear protective overcoat) to produce 300 x 300 dpi resolution pictures with 24-bit color depth. At this time there are two types of media available, 3.4 x 2.1-inch or the same size sheet with eight 0.9 x 0.7-inch size stickers.
As you can see, the CP-10 printer is housed in a translucent blue body that should
thrill the iMac lovers out there.
When the printer is not in use the paper cassette cover closes over the exposed end
of the paper to protect it and the front door is closed to protect the printer's
HC-18IP - Eighteen 3.4 x 2.1 in (86 x 54 mm) sheets of paper and ink ribbon
HC-36IP - Thirty-six 3.4 x 2.1 in (86 x 54 mm) sheets of paper and ink ribbon
HC-18IL - Eighteen sheets of paper with 8 stickers per sheet and ink ribbon
Steve's ConclusionThe CP-10 is a small and portable printer that can be easily taken along with you on your travels. It produces brilliant pictures in less than a minute, in fact it usually takes longer to select an image from the camera then it does to actually print it out. Setup and use is very simple, there are only a few print-time options that you can select if desired such as borders or borderless, print the date and standard or multiple prints per page.
The prints are ideal for handing out to friends or family but they're rather small so don't expect to be putting them in a picture frame, but they do fit nicely in your wallet. The printer will be available seperately or as a package with one of the new PowerShot cameras. Canon will be making a computer connection kit and a DC power kit available in the near future.
Canon CP-10 Specifications
Package Contents (U.S./N. America)
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