Canon IVY Mini Photo Printer

Canon IVY Mini Photo Printer. Print 2″ x 3″ peel-and-stick images from your smartphone or favourite social media1 site with the Canon IVY Mini Photo Printer to share with friends and family. You can also add frames, emojis, stickers, filters, text, tile print, collage print, and more to your images before printing them! It’s Print-Worthy if it’s Instagram-Worthy. Keep the party going by printing your favourite Instagram-worthy photos straight from your phone.

Pocket-Sized & Transportable. You can take the Canon IVY Mini Photo Printer almost anywhere because it is small enough to fit in your pocket. This printer is ultra-portable, about the size of a mobile phone, and can easily go anywhere you go.

Canon IVY Mini Photo Printer

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Personalize Your Photographs. Using the drawing app to add your own doodles and drawings, as well as stickers, frames, text, and emojis. The Canon Mini Print App also includes AR live filters that use face-tracking technology to transform your images. ZINK Photo Paper Peel & Stick Print smudge-proof, tear-free, water-resistant 2″ x 3″ images with a peel-and-stick backing that adheres to your favourite surfaces for birthdays, special occasions, and nights out.

Features:

  • Printing Method: ZINK – “Zero Ink”
  • Print Speed (up to): 50 Seconds or less
  • Print Resolution (Up to): 314 x 400 dpi
  • Paper Sizes: 2.0″ x 3.0

Power Up

Connect the USB cord to your IVY Mini Photo Printer and wait until the light switches from red to green. When the battery is fully charged, switch it on by pressing the button and waiting for the white light to turn on.

Load Paper

By softly pressing down and pulling back on the sign, you can open the printer’s cover. Place the blue SMART SHEET first, then the ZINK Photo Paper in the tray, making sure all barcodes and logos are facing down.

Connect

IVY Mini Photo Printer to your smartphone by turning on Bluetooth in your phone’s settings. To add your printer, open the Canon Mini Print App and tap Add Printer. This should only be done once per unit.

Print

That ends our discussion. It’s time to get going.

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