If you have a ton of digital photographs that you’d like to print out in the comfort of your own home, you might be interested to hear that Canon has recently outed the Canon Selphy CP810 compact photo printer, which for those who are familiar with such devices is the successor to the CP800 compact photo printer.
The CP810 will be seeing several improvements and new features, such as a 2.7” color LCD screen which can be tilted to your desired viewing angle, one-button printing, and improved Auto Image Optimizer function. For those unfamiliar, the Auto Image Optimizer function prints photos and reportedly corrects/improves them over the digital version of the photo. According to Canon, it has the ability to recognize scenes and can even improve the subject by making specific adjustments.
The printer even features a “Smooth Skin” effect that will hopefully help to clean up blemishes in portrait photos, and also the ability to manually adjust and fine tune the brightness. The CP810 is capable of producing prints of 148x100mm, 119x89mm, and credit card (or wallet-friendly) sizes of 86x54mm. According to Canon, the photos printed from the Selphy CP810 is said to be able to last a good 100 years. The Canon Selphy CP810 is expected to go on sale in the UK come May 2012 for £99 (~$156).