The PIXMA MX392 Color All-in-One Inkjet Printer from Canon prints in black and white at 8.7 ipm, in color at 5.0 ipm, and can output a borderless 4.0 x 6.0" photo in 46 seconds. The 4800 x 1200 dpi color resolution lets you print borderless photos as large as 8.5 x 11.0" right at home. Its Full HD Movie Print feature lets you to take a frame from an HD movie recorded on a compatible EOS, PowerShot, or VIXIA camera or camcorder and print it as a photo. Additionally, the included My Image Garden software helps organize your photos and includes features such as facial recognition, Fun Filters, Calendar Organization, and Automatic Layout Suggestion. As part of the Chromalife100 system, the printer can output borderless photos that will last up to 100 years when printed with select Canon ink and paper and stored in an archival-quality photo album.
The MX392 features a scan resolution of up to 1200 x 2400 dpi optical. Scanning can be initiated from a computer or from the unit itself. The scanner automatically detects whether you are scanning a photo or document and applies the appropriate settings. Should the document or image need to be retouched, the MX392's Auto Document Fix and Auto Photo Fix II can correct issues such as faded text, over and under-exposure, and incorrect skin tones. The unit's 30-page auto document feeder lets you scan, copy, and fax multipage documents in a single step and can handle page sizes up to 8.5 x 14". Additionally, you can scan directly to Evernote on your computer.
Use the built-in copy function to duplicate documents and photos. The copier can enlarge or shrink images and documents anywhere between 25% and 400% of the original size. Other copy features include Gutter Shadow Correction, Borderless Copy, and Auto Document Fix.
The 33.6 Kbps modem can be used to send and receive both black and white and color faxes. The MX392 includes 19 speed dial locations and a 50-page memory so you can receive faxes even when the unit is out of paper. Other fax features include Group Dialing, Redial, Remote Reception, and Answering Machine Connectivity.