Canon Offers Up Selphy CP800 Compact Photo Printer With Tilting LCD And More

Posted: Aug 19 2010, 9:18am CDT | by , in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
Canon Offers Up Selphy CP800 Compact Photo Printer with Tilting LCD and More
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Canon has announced that it has a new compact photo printer with a couple new features hitting the market soon. The printer is called the Selphy CP800 compact Photo Printer and it is designed to be used anywhere with the addition of an optional battery pack.

The printer is designed to produce 4x6 prints right after you take the picture so you can share hard copies with friends. The CP800 also has a tilting LCD measuring 2.5-inches and it has several integrated photo touch up features.

Those touch up features include Smooth Skin for balancing colors and several other image optimizing features. The CP800 will sell for $99.99 and will be offered in black or white.

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