S530D

S Series
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Photo Printer
Item Code: 7817A020

Overview

Quality Borderless Prints from Your Digital Camera.

Searching for the one printer for all of your personal printing needs? The Canon S530D Photo Printer is the ideal solution, featuring an unmatched combination of high-quality photo and text printing. For laser-sharp text, a true pigment-based ink ensures deep consistent black. Print photos directly from select Canon PowerShot digital cameras or produce digital prints from your digital camera's memory card. Photo prints are stunning with up to 2400 x 1200 dpi resolution, and photo-lab quality 4" x 6" borderless photos can be delivered in less than a minute. When printed on Canon Photo Paper Pro, your favorite photos will retain their brilliance for approximately 25 years*.

Advanced printing technologies for better color reproduction at faster speeds.
The S530D printer features several Canon breakthroughs to create virtually unrivaled performance. Advanced MicroFine Droplet Technology™ dramatically improves resolution and detail through a revolutionary nozzle system that ejects consistent prescribed-volume droplets in ultra-fine sizes with remarkable accuracy. Precision Color Distribution Technology features an exclusive symmetrical print head design to virtually eliminate color variance and banding problems typically found with conventional high-speed, bi-directional printing.

Easy-PhotoPrint software and Exif Print: smart photo processing of digital camera images.
The S530D printer supports Exif 2.2 (Exchangeable Image Format File), a new worldwide standard for higher quality digital photos. The S530D printer with exclusive Easy-PhotoPrint software (Windows® only) delivers the potential of Exif Print-and more. When an Exif compliant digital camera captures a photo, important camera settings and shooting conditions are saved in the JPEG image file. Simple-to-use Easy-PhotoPrint analyzes the recorded data then automatically adjusts printer driver settings for optimum image processing. The result: digital photos that are more likely to match the photographer's true intentions.