Create prints that will outlast you for a long time with the all-new Canon Selphy printer. This compact range of photo printers helps preserve your most important memories by printing them with a special protective coating that will last 100 years when stored in a photo album.
The Canon Selphy CP1500 is a compact and elegant printer (opens in a new tab) complete with a digital LCD screen and a simplified set of buttons making it really easy to use. It can print images wirelessly from your smartphone, camera or computer or by directly inserting an SD card or USB flash drive into the printer.
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Not only has the printer got an upgrade, but the Selphy smartphone app has also been updated. Supported on iOS, iPadOS and Android, it now lets you access camera or smartphone images uploaded to social media and the cloud, meaning memories once stored digitally can very quickly be transformed into tangible impressions. An unlimited number of smartphones can be connected to the Canon Selphy printer at any time, which is ideal for weddings, birthdays or events. To pair your devices, simply scan a QR code with the Selphy photo layout app and click connect.
Using fast dye-sublimation technology, the Canon Selphy CP1500 is able to create vibrant, postcard-sized prints in just 41 seconds. When the printing process is complete, a special coating is applied to the photo to protect it from water, dirt, fading and unwanted fingerprints.
In the smartphone app, photos can be customized with text, borders, pattern overlays, and stickers if you want to add an extra element to your image. Custom QR codes can also be added to prints, which is a fun way to promote your business, website, or even share an album.
The Canon Selphy CP1500 is expected to be available for purchase from the end of September in three different colors – black, white or pink. You can pre-order the Selphy CP1500 directly on Canon UK for £129.99 (opens in a new tab).
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