Easily transportable and built for location work, the M610 Printer from HiTi is a compact, 300 dpi photo printer designed for on the go printing. Combining impressive speeds with consistent quality prints, the M610 is an excellent solution for photo booth operators and on-location event photographers who need to produce quality prints on the spot. Using Dye Sublimation and Thermal Transfer technology, the printer produces 4x6" prints in 14 seconds, and 6x8" prints are made in as little as 23 seconds. Additionally, when printing 4x6" photos, you can make 750 prints per paper roll, and when printing 6x8" photos, you can make 375 prints per roll. Users can choose between glossy and matte finishes, and the unit has USB 2.0 connectivity for working directly with laptops and computers. The M610 paper rolls also feature a toluene-free paper formula, which is more environmentally friendly than papers used by previous HiTi printers.
- Dye Sublimation / Thermal Transfer
- Max Resolution: 300 dpi
- Print Sizes: 4x6" & 6x8"
- Print Speed: 14 Seconds for 4x6"
HiTi M610 Overview
HiTi M610 Specs
|Printing Technology||Dye Sublimation|
|Print Resolution||300 x 300 dpi (Optimized)|
|Print Speed (By Size)||4 x 6" / 10.2 x 15.2 cm: 14 Seconds|
6 x 8" / 15.2 x 20.3 cm: 23 Seconds
|Surface Finish||Glossy, Matte|
|Paper Handling||Roll Feed|
|Media Sizes||6" / 15.2 cm Wide Rolls Produce: |
• 4 x 6" / 10.2 x 15.2 cm Prints
• 6 x 8" / 15.2 x 20.3 cm Prints
|Operating System Support||Windows, macOS/OS X|
|Operating Temperature||50 to 95°F / 10 to 35°C|
|Power Source||AC Adapter (Included)|
|AC Input Power||100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz|
|Certifications||CCC, CE, FCC, UL, as per Manufacturer|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||11.4 x 13.8 x 14.8" / 29 x 35.1 x 37.6 cm|
|Weight||33 lb / 15 kg|
|Package Weight||38.3 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||28 x 27 x 25"|
HiTi M610 Reviews
Miti 610 No Supplies Available
It is difficult to rate the Miti 610 printer, since paper and film seem to be made from unobtanium, I have not been able to find supplies from B&H, Miti, or anyplace else since I have purchased it two weeks ago. What's the point of offering a printer that is best used as an boat anchor? Could someone please help?
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