When the world first started switching over to digital cameras, leaving their film-based picture-takers in the recycle bin, everyone wondered how you would go about getting high-quality prints. Sure, you could take it to the local photo lab, but more and more people are opting to print at home with their own high-quality printers.
The SELPHY line from Canon has been leading the charge in simple, home photo printing, and now they’ve got a couple of new additions — the CP720 and CP730 — both of which are compact and easy to use.
Most likely the cheaper of the two, the SELPHY CP720 features a 1.5-inch color display and 300×300 dpi resolution. In the package, you’ll find some free accessories like a paper cassette, compact power adapter, cleaner stick, and CP Printer Solution disk.
The Canon SELPHY CP730 bumps the on-board display to a full two-inches, but the rest of the spec list reads much the same as the 720, with 300 x 300 dpi (256 gradations/color) resolution, borderless image mode, my colors mode, and a smattering of accessories.
No word on pricing or availability on either unit.