Canon Announces New Selphy CP1300 Printer

  By Evelyn Drake

Canon just announced the new SELPHY CP1300 Wireless Compact Photo Printer. Selphy printers are lightweight, and Wi-Fi-enabled so you can easily share printed photos of your photographs in real-time. It is the perfect accessory for home printing, school projects, weddings, parties and more.  

The new SELPHY CP1300 is perfect for connected digital camera or smartphone users in search of a portable Wi-Fi enabled printer that can be used virtually anywhere, anytime, thanks to its optional direct-connect battery (no wires), to print the perfect photos.

The new features include:

Large LCD Screen: Images will be displayed on a 3.2” tilt-type LCD monitor.

Improved User Interface: Category settings have been updated and rearranged to illustrate what a specific function is and what it can do.

Date Filter & Multi-Playback Jump: Image searching is improved with the ability to filter by date and browse by page rather than one image at a time.

New Photo Booth Friendly Layout Sizing: With DIY party and get together photo booths expediently growing in popularity, users can now print a 2-inch x 6-inch photo strip, helping immortalize anything from a children’s birthday party to a dream wedding.

Other features include:

Optional Direct Battery Connection: Direct battery attachment makes it more convenient to print on the go, even if power isn’t available. Border Settings: To meet user demand, photos can either be printed without borders or by choosing border colours for single photo or layout settings on the printer itself.

Connectivity: With the dedicated Wi-Fi button, it’s so easy to get the CP1300 set up on a wireless network.

The SELPHY CP1300 printer will be available in early September, has a suggested retail price of $149.99 and is offered in black and white models.

Evelyn Drake

Evelyn Drake

Evelyn Drake has been in the camera business since 2004. She has been involved in every aspect of The Camera Store's operations with a focus on marketing and event-based initiatives and recently began co-hosting our YouTube channel The Camera Store TV.