In the following video, Larry Becker, from Kelby Media, introduces three new PIXMA all-in-one inkjet printers from Canon: the MG7120, MG6420, and MG5520. This video highlights the PIXMA printers’ impressive wireless functionality, including cloud printing, and mobile app support for iOS devices.
Wolverine has announced their latest scanner, the PD20 Photo Digitizer. Handling prints up to 5 x 7”, it is ideal for people who have stacks of photos that they need digitized quickly. It scans extremely quickly and stores images on an SD card or internal memory.
When you sit down to get to the nitty-gritty details of working on your computer, what do you reach for first? Yes, your coffee, we’ll give you that. But what do you reach for next? Your phone? Your planner? Your stapler? Of course not.
Some photographers prefer to use a printing service over printing their own photos. But a high quality photo printer is a worthwhile investment that can add to your revenue stream while enabling you to really tailor your prints to each wedding event. In this six-minute video, Mia McCormick highlights several printers, along with some thoughts on choosing the right paper.
It’s no secret that you get more bang for the buck with a network printer, but sharing has been mainly limited to computer users. Now, anyone who carries an iOS or Android smartphone or tablet can print wirelessly to an increasing number of Wi-Fi enabled printers.
Canon has announced three new PIXMA All-In-One (AIO) office printers, the MX372, MX432 and MX512. These new AIO units can print, copy, scan and fax, and models with wireless connectivity support mobile printing from compatible Apple and Android smart phones and tablets using the Canon Easy-PhotoPrint mobile app.