Canon’s Selphy CP1500 Wireless Compact Dye-Sublimation (Dye-Sub) Photo Printer, a PCMag Top Pick

An outstanding snapshot printer with on-the-go options


Canon Selphy CP1500 Wireless Compact Photo Printer Review at PCMag

Canon Selphy CP1500 Wireless Compact Photo Printer Review at PCMag

THE BOTTOM LINE

Canon’s Selphy CP1500 cranks out quick, high-quality dye-sub snapshots, with operating costs low enough to make its optional battery and sticker-paper adapter reasonable add-ons.

MSRP $139.99

PROS
    • Solid photo print quality
    • Low running costs (for 4-by-6-inch media)
    • Supports multiple paper sizes with inexpensive tray option
    • Easy-to-use control panel
    • Prints from USB and SD card memory devices
    • Optional battery
CONS
    • No Windows or macOS software (companion apps are phone-oriented)
    • Photo paper stock provided in packs of consumables is thin

Many of today’s portable or pocket photo printers are capable of churning out only one print size, be it 2-by-2-inch mini-prints or 4-by-6-inch snapshots. Canon’s $139.99 Selphy CP1500 Wireless Compact Photo Printer—the fourth iteration of the Selphy CP series we’ve seen since March 2014—can (with an inexpensive optional adapter) deliver up to four different sizes, some with adhesive backing and some without. Like its Editors’ Choice award-winning predecessors the CP1200 and CP1300, the Selphy CP1500 is relatively fast and produces high-quality prints at very competitive running costs, letting it claim the series’ third consecutive pick as our favorite compact photo printer.


Read the entire review at PCMag.


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