Sony DPP-EX50

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Recensione esperto da : Dan Littman (goodgearguide.com.au)

Sony DPPEX50 Digital Photo Printer

 

Like other dedicated snapshot printers, the Sony DPPEX50 dye-sublimation printer can work without a computer. You can drive it from a PictBridge camer...

Fast, sharp detail and luminous quality

Can't change colour and density adjustment without Sony's PictureGear Studio 2.0 software

This good little dye-sublimation printer allows you to view and arrange pictures on a TV screen and print directly from digital cameras.

06/2005

Recensione esperto da : Dan Littman (goodgearguide.com.au)

Sony DPP-EX50

 

Fast, sharp detail and luminous quality

Can't change colour and density adjustment without Sony's PictureGear Studio 2.0 software

This good little dye-sublimation printer allows you to view and arrange pictures on a TV screen and print directly from digital cameras.

06/2005

Recensione esperto da : Dan Littman (pcworld.com)

Sony Picture Station DPP-EX50 Printer

 

Like other dedicated snapshot printers, the $180 Sony DPP-EX50 dye-sublimation printer can work without a computer. You can drive it from a PictBridge camera, and it has slots for Memory Stick and CompactFlash cards. Despite the printer's on-board...

Can connect to a TV ; Quality dye-sublimation produced photos

Some photos had a slight orange tone

The DPP-EX50 printed a 4-by-6-inch photo from a PC in a snappy 89 seconds--almost twice as fast as the Epson PictureMate. The print showed very sharp detail and the luminous quality we expect from dye-sublimation prints, though it had an almost...

06/2004

Recensione esperto da : Dan Littman (pcworld.com)

Sony Digital Photo Printer DPP-EX50

 

The DPP-EX50 can connect to your TV, but can't really strut its stuff without it.

The best match for the Sony DPP-EX50 would be people who want to view their pictures on a TV, or who plan to transmit DPOF print jobs directly from their digital camera.

06/2004

Recensione esperto da : Bruce Brown (pcmag.com)

Sony DPP-EX50

 

You can't use the DPP-EX50 dye-sub printer for anything but digital snapshots in three sizes (4-by-6 max), using media that costs $0.50 to $0.67 per photo. But the print quality rivals or beats conventional film prints, and convenience and ease of use...

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05/2004

Recensione esperto da : Kristina Blachere (cnet.com)

Service and support

 

Sony DPP-EX50

Fairly inexpensive; excellent print quality; fast; can view and edit photos on your TV.

Design isn't for everyone; can't view or edit photos on LCD; no connection between removable media drives and your computer; no paper or ink included.

This snapshot photo printer makes beautiful prints for a reasonable price, but its design could use some work.

04/2004

Recensione esperto da (pcmag.com)

Sony DPP-EX50 PictureStation

 

Gorgeous print quality. Versatile image input using flash media or attached to a PC or Sony digital camera. Very easy to use

Limited to snapshot-size photo printing

You can't use the DPP-EX50 dye-sub printer for anything but digital snapshots in three sizes (4-by-6 max), using media that costs $0.50 to $0.67 per photo. But the print quality rivals or beats conventional film prints, and convenience and ease of use...

Recensione esperto da (steves-digicams.com)

Sony DPP-EX50

 

The sony DPP-EX50 PictureStation printer is a dedicated, at-home or on-the-go photo printer that uses dye-sublimation technology, to create durable, lab-quality prints. The EX50 incorporates both Memory Stick PRO and CompactFlash card slots, as well as...

The DPP-EX50 printer comes packed with built-in editing options, such as a red-eye reduction tool. When partnered with a TV, it helps the consumer identify any red-eye problems to be removed, and then the printer makes the correction automatically. In...

05/2004

Recensione esperto da : Kristina Blachere (cnet.com.au)

Sony DPP-EX50

 

This snapshot photo printer makes beautiful prints for a reasonable price, but its design could use some work.

Fairly inexpensive ; Excellent print quality ; Fast ; Can view and edit photos on your TV

Design isn't for everyone ; Can't view or edit photos on LCD ; No connection between removable media drives and your computer ; No paper or ink included

07/2004

Recensione esperto da (zdnet.com.au)

Sony DPP-EX50

 

This snapshot photo printer makes beautiful prints for a reasonable price, but its design could use some work.

05/2004

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