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Key Features:Print true 4x6-inch photos in Photolab quality based on Dye Sublimation
Ultra High Printing Speed : 60 secs per photo
Wireless Printing Ready: Wifi (option), Infrared and Bluetooth (option)
Direct printing of your digital pictures: Pictbridge compliant, USB-PC for Windows & MAC
Design: exclusive new CLAMSHELL Opening System
High performance consumable: 75 prints per cartridge
CRYSTAL IMAGE one-touch red-eye reduction and photo enhancement
Specifications:
Printing method: Dye-sublimation, 3-colour inks with protective overcoating
Resolution: 300 x 300 true colour pixels per inch, with 16,7 million true colour gradation
Maximum print size: 4x6-inch (10x15 cm) photo - borderless
Print speed: 60 seconds1
File formats: JPEG / Exif v2.2, BMP, PNG, TIFF
Connections: WiFi option with AP 1100 - USB adapter not included / Infrared (IrDA) and Bluetooth option - USB adapter not included / PictBridge compliant, USB-PC for Windows & MAC2
One-touch photo enhancement: Crystal Image: photo enhancement and red-eye reduction
Dimension (WxHxD, mm): 140x200x73 (excluding paper tray)
Weight (Kg): 1,35 kg
Media & cartridge: 4x6-inch (10x15cm) photo paper and colour cartridge / 75 prints capacity
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[mod]#1
Looks good, thanks for the post the porter :)
#2
great price...but as with all of these you could pay between £29 and £39 for the "printer pack"....i.e. ink and paper......but hot vote from me for the price
#3
Does anyone know where you can get the optional Bluetooth adaptor from, and how much does it cost?
#4
Approx 26p a photo if you get the pack for £40.
#5
Sounds good to me, I have a huge number of photos on iPhoto that I want printing.

COuld anyone direct me as to which ink/paper to buy? Or is the first lot included with the printer?
banned#6
rainbowkisser
Sounds good to me, I have a huge number of photos on iPhoto that I want printing.

COuld anyone direct me as to which ink/paper to buy? Or is the first lot included with the printer?


I can assure you if you have a 'huge' amount of anything to print, then this is not the item for you.

With all of these printers the running costs very quickly mean that you should have opted for a more expensive, but far more economical printer. This kind of printer is great for taking a pic/and printing within minutes. It certainly is not the way to go for quality printing of a lot of photos.
#7
You would have to print over 500+ photos just for the printer to pay for iteself, that's before you even buy the ink and paper, when you compare it to most online retailers who do them for 5p a print.
#8
First lot of ink and 75 photo papers is included.
banned#9
DerryBhoy
Approx 26p a photo if you get the pack for £40.


I can only find 150 prints for £30 = 20p per print (this includes ink cartridges)

http://www.inkubus.co.uk/product.php/631/agfaphoto_apr_4200d_photo_printing_kit_150_prints__apr4200d_


Very expensive, but may appeal to some
#10
I was intrigued by the title stating 'wifi' but it seems the wifi adapter required is not included :x
banned#11
ms2005
You would have to print over 500+ photos just for the printer to pay for iteself, that's before you even buy the ink and paper, when you compare it to most online retailers who do them for 5p a print.


IMHO it's not fair to make a comparison like that. You can't get instant results with an online retailer. These kind of printers do have their place
#12
Lyrrad
IMHO it's not fair to make a comparison like that. You can't get instant results with an online retailer. These kind of printers do have their place



I agree but the response was to a post where someone said they had a lot of photos to print. On that basis this is not the most economical way forward for that poster.
#13
Thanks heat added, this will be great for mum. I agree if you have lots to print then go online etc but for my mum to print the odd one or two of her grandkids etc then it's fab.
#14
Who is the best online print shop then?
banned#15
hwangeruk
Who is the best online print shop then?


One of the best places for those that have a calibrated monitor is Costco as you can download their printer profiles from their website. This is for those that are trying to get the same colour they see on their screen to be reproduced on the print.

For those that are interested look here

http://www.drycreekphoto.com/icc/Profiles/UK_profiles.htm#UK
#16
hwangeruk
Who is the best online print shop then?


If you're after somewhere on-line where you can upload photos, have them print them out and send them to you, Snapfish are pretty good.

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