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    Default 4R Photo Printer

    am thinking of getting those instant Photo Printer (4R) type but have yet to decide as I saw the current print out quality is a little bit inferior to the commercial one being produce.

    The advantage of it is that I can print instantly and it is portable.

    What are your experience in this area. Please advice. Thanks.

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    Default Re: 4R Photo Printer

    the canon selphy are not bad

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    Hi, I would recommend you to get a Dye Sublimation Photo printer over a inkjet printer. See here for the explaination. And there is a set on sale in CS:

    http://forum.clubsnap.com/showthread...highlight=sony


    I got this and the paper (comes with the printing film) cost $40/120prints, so its about $0.33/print. The quality is good, no dots.


    Quote Originally Posted by FM2 View Post
    am thinking of getting those instant Photo Printer (4R) type but have yet to decide as I saw the current print out quality is a little bit inferior to the commercial one being produce.

    The advantage of it is that I can print instantly and it is portable.

    What are your experience in this area. Please advice. Thanks.

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    Will it be easy to get the catridge as compare to Canon ?

    Quote Originally Posted by lastboltnut View Post
    Hi, I would recommend you to get a Dye Sublimation Photo printer over a inkjet printer. See here for the explaination. And there is a set on sale in CS:

    http://forum.clubsnap.com/showthread...highlight=sony


    I got this and the paper (comes with the printing film) cost $40/120prints, so its about $0.33/print. The quality is good, no dots.

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    Default Re: 4R Photo Printer

    When you buy the paper, the correct amount of the film catridge comes with it. I get the paper from Sony Gallery. I understand that some shops hold stock, but not all. However, the quality it definitely better, for my personal view.

    Quote Originally Posted by FM2 View Post
    Will it be easy to get the catridge as compare to Canon ?

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