Sony DPP-FP95 Digital Photo Printer is a Picture Station Digital Photo Printer features 3.6-inch adjustable LCD screen, Print Resolution up to 300 dpi, Print Speed 4 x 6″ Color Photo: 45 seconds, Paper Sizes 4 x 6″, Built-in scrapbook templates, Auto-touch up and a variety of image filters. The Sony DPP-FP95 Digital Photo Printer measures 7.2 x 2.7 x 5.9″ (180 x 67 x 149mm) (W x H x D) and weighs 2.7 lbs (1.2kg).
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Sony DPP-FP95 Digital Photo Printer Reviews
Expertreviews reviews the Sony DPP-FP95 Digital Photo Printer and writes;
“As with all three dye-sublimation printers here, print quality was superb, but photos weren’t quite as well saturated as those of Agfaphoto’s AP 2300 or Canon’s ES30. The DPP-FP95 also exhibited slight stepping on certain prints, though to a lesser degree than the ES30. However, you’ll need a very sharp eye to spot it.”
Sony DPP-FP95 Digital Photo Printer User Reviews
Very good printer
“The only limitation I found with this printer is that if you want to have a larger copy of your picture you will have to take elsewhere. Otherwise, if you are happy with the top size printing of this machine then this will be excellent for you. The quality of the prited photograph is great.” – by Sergio Sarita
An upgrade from my old Hi-Touch 6PS
“The quality of this printer is good. It is based on dye-sublimation technology and that is important. There are cheaper inkjet-based printers for photos on the market – but almost always you can tell it comes from an inkjet through the dotting that doesn’t really blend together, or that that the prints are in danger of smearing just from the sweat of a hand, or the ink heads dry out with several weeks/months of nonuse. Dye-subs have none of those issues and I like it that the photo print packs come with the cartridges needed to print, no extra ink needed. It even prints a clear coat to protect the photo and give it that glossy look. Quality-wise, it’s hard to distinguish copies from this machine versus the store…” – by Rolf
Sony DPP-FP95 Digital Photo Printer Brochure & User Guide
Sony DPP-FP95 Digital Photo Printer Features
The Sony DPP-FP95 photo printer produces lab-quality 4 x 6-inch prints wherever you are, thanks to its compact size. Bring this printer with you on your next vacation, and you can have prints just minutes after you’ve snapped a photo! This printer also sports a large variety of built in filters for adding effects, dye-sublimation technology for great print quality, and more.
Outstanding Print Quality
Using dye-sublimation technology, the DPP-FP95 produces prints that exhibit continuous color tone at a resolution of 300 x 300 DPI and a color resolution of 256 levels x 3 colors. Featuring SuperCoat 2 laminate, prints are less susceptible to fading thanks to a durable coating that protects photos from water, heat and fingerprints.
The printer produces 4×6-inch prints in about 45 seconds. The printer offers several print modes including ID Photo, layout print, borderless print, border print, and date print.
Giant 3.6-inch Screen for Instant Touch-ups Without a Computer
The DPP-FP95 printer features a 3.6-inch adjustable LCD screen and an intuitive interface that makes it a breeze to create keepsakes and scrapbooks. Scrapbook templates offers different photo layouts and backgrounds, letting you simply pick what you want while the printer does all the work.
An auto touch-up feature can quickly correct common photo problems and lets you easily correct exposure, sharpen focus, remove red-eye, and smooth skin tones. Additionally, the printer features a variety of filters to add different artistic effects to the image. For example, the partial color filter lets you remove color from a photo except in the center; a paint filter makes the image look like it were printed on a canvas; the cross filter makes lights look more dramatic; monochrome and sepia filters creates an artistic and dramatic look; and the fish-eye filter allows you to add a new perspective to portrait and landscape photos. You can also enlarge, crop, and rotate all images.
All this can be done without a computer, as the printer has a built-in memory card reader that is compatible with Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick PRO Duo, SD Memory Card, and xD-Picture Card. Most PictBridge-enabled cameras can also be connected directly to the printer. The printer natively supports JPEG, TIFF, and BMP file formats. Of course, you can also connect the printer to a computer via USB and print out photos that have been edited and manipulated on your computer. In addition, printer has an HDMI output that allows you to preview and share high-resolution photos before you print.
Optimized Performance With Compatible Sony Cameras
Thanks to the BIONZ digital imaging processor, the printer can access data in images created from Sony digital cameras and use this data to automatically adjust settings for the best print based on the settings used when the photo was taken.