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Canon SELPHY CP-510 Everett WA

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Kits Cameras
(425) 771-7720
Kits Camera 3000 184th Street SW
Lynnwood, WA
 
Ken'S Camera
(425) 353-5533
8907 Evergreen Way
Everett, WA
 
Life Pixel Infared
(866) 610-1710
13024 Beverly Park Rd Ste 203
Mukilteo, WA
 
Talls Camera
(425) 672-7177
Alderwood Mall
Lynnwood, WA
 
Penney Jc Co Inc
(360) 568-8524
265 Pine Ave
Snohomish, WA
 
Kits Cameras
(206) 364-6224
Northgate Mall 401 NE Northgate Way
Seattle, WA
 
Kb Systems
(425) 355-8740
10407 62nd Pl W
Mukilteo, WA
 
Kits Camera
(425) 771-7720
3000 184th St Sw
Lynnwood, WA
 
Mountain Sound Inc
(360) 563-1039
7830 129th Dr Se
Snohomish, WA
 
Radioshack
(360) 568-2469
1411 Avenue D
Snohomish, WA
 

Canon SELPHY CP-510 Review at Cameratown.com

Canon SELPHY CP-510 Review

Reader Score: 6.73 (out of 10)
"Canon released the SELPHY CP-510 and SELPHY CP-710 in the fall of 2005. They are both small dye-sub printers, the major difference being that the CP-710 has a memory card reader built in. They are both compatible with the NB-CP2L battery pack for portable operation. The optional BU-20 Bluetooth adapter unit enables wireless printing from devices that support the Bluetooth standard, such as some camera phones.

For those wanting 4x6 prints from an easy to use and portable printer, the CP-510 ($95) and CP-710 ($145) are good choices. They are small enough and light enough to carry in your camera bag if you're going to an event and want to proof images on the spot. The prints are waterproof and fingerprint resistant which is something that may be very useful if you're printing pictures at an a party, plus they can be sent through the mail as postcards. You do need AC power unless you buy the optional Li-ion battery pack." ...

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