About My Canon SELPHY CP760 Dye Sublimation Printer
Canon Selphy CP760 Printer Review
The Canon Selphy CP760 is affordable, but doesn’t offer a lot of features. It is perfect for home use, but won’t allow you to do anything advanced. Print quality with the Canon CP760 is above average and text quality is outstanding.
The Canon Selphy CP760 is small and perfect for traveling. It's only 180 by 73 by 127mm allowing you to easily pack it and take it on the road. It comes with a wired power adaptor, a paper cassette and some trial sheets of 152x102mm (6x4-inch) paper. A wireless Bluetooth USB key will cost you extra.
The Selphy CP760 was built so that anyone can use it. All you have to do is to plug it in and press print. With this printer you get several auto-editing settings, which include red-eye elimination, portrait image optimize, and scene select. One drawback is that you cannot view photos before you print. This is a small defect, but it can really be time consuming to go through thousands of photos to locate the one you want to print.
A single ink cartridge will get you through a single ream of paper without a problem. With this printer you get a one-year warranty with Web support. The Canon Web site provides you with manual downloads, FAQs, driver updates, and additional technical support.
Outstanding performance is what you get with the Canon Selphy CP760. It offers outstanding speeds that are above average while providing outstanding quality. It is perfect to use with friends and Canon beats the competition hands down. The Selphy CP760 offers prints with precise detail and separation.
The Canon Selphy CP760 is a lot of fun and allows you to print photos for your friends. At first it might seem to be expensive, however you get excellent quality as well as the appeal of instant gratification, it doesn't seem like a lot to pay for such a fun device.
There really isn’t much not to like about the Canon Selphy CP760. The only improvement could be the quality of color printing. When printing images you will see dithering and colors sometimes are muddy.