Do you ever wish your digital photo frame was bigger, uglier and just generally less attractive? Well, Epson has just released the product for you!
Category: Photo Printers
Epson is coming out with a printer that will do just about everything you could ask for from a 4-in-1 device, and even better, it can all be done via Wi-Fi.
Remember working with flash cards while you were in school? What if those flash cards actually had pictures of “real” things you encountered in your everyday life on them? Goosie Cards is a company that takes your pictures and turns them into flash cards your children can use to learn with.
The first thing you’ll notice about Dell’s new Wasabi PZ310 mobile printer, is that it doesn’t use any ink. The ultra-compact printer can produce 2×3-inch prints in under a minute, and does it all without using any ink.
Photo District News has announced their picks for â€œPhotography Gear of the Year.â€ The site has made some picks for the camera of the year as well as the lens, printer, computer, laptop, storage device, and monitor of the year for professional photographers. While most of these items are out of the price range (and the needs) of amateur photographers and consumers, it’s interesting to see what earned top honors.
BuyThisImage is an online sales partner for professional photographers. Photographers can put the BuyThisImage widget on their Web site or blog, and then site visitors can use the widget to streamline the process of purchasing prints of the photographs. As a photographer you can choose to offer a variety of different print sizes or specialty items with your picture on them and adjust prices for the items (although some basic price guidelines are pre-set by BuyThisImage).
Japanese based company Takara Tomy has announced the new XIAO Tip-521 digital camera. The 5 megapixel camera has some of the same specs as you would find in similar camera models with one interesting twist: it also prints photos.
Polaroid has created a point and shoot digital camera with a bit of an old school feel. The company is reportedly working on creating a digital camera with photo printer attached that will look like the original Polaroid from years past.
There are those in this world who can splurge on a $500 photo printer. Most of us can’t or those that can spend $500 would rather use it for something else. Almost every expensive photo printer I’ve seen doesn’t do well when it comes to grayscale or black and white text. Canon, once again, comes to the rescue with the Pixma iP4300 inkjet printer.