About The Canon Selphy CP910
If you don’t know what the Canon Selphy is, it’s a portable printer which you can connect to your phone and more. I’ve been wanting this gadget for a long time, when I finally got it I wasn’t disappointed!
The reason why I wanted to have this mini printer is because I love writing in my joural, it’s fun to be able to add pictures to my stories as well.
There are quite a few portable printers out there for example the Polaroid Zip Instant Mobile Printer and the Fujifilm Instax Share Printer. The Canon Selphy isn’t a good size to travel with but it definitely prints the best quality and is overal the cheapest. You pay 33 cents a print while with other printers it goes up to 87 cents a print. With the Canon Selphy you can also print on different sizes of paper, you do however need to purchase another cassette for the size you want to print in.
If you look at the first picture where you see a printed photo and the same photo on my iPhone, you obviously notice a slight difference in colour. But that’s the thing with printing photo’s, they always look different printed out than on a screen. You can try out different settings and filters on your phone and on the printer to try and make it kind of similar.
The standard cassette that you get can hold paper that’s 4 by 6 inch. I’ve decided to buy the casette for the creditcard sized paper too, that’s the cassette you can see in the picture below.
The thing I love about the cassettes is that you can close them as well, that way you protect the paper that’s inside when you don’t use it. When you buy a set with paper and ink, you get exactly enough ink for the amount of paper that comes in the set.
If you want you can also print collages, that way you can still print small pictures with the 4 x 6 cassette. The apps I like to use for making collages are the Fuzel Collage app and Pic Jointer app.
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