Sony DPP-EX5 Dye Sublimation Printer - Color - Photo Print - Desktop

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Snapshot Prints from Your Digital PicturesProduce beautiful high quality prints in the convenience of your home or office. The DPP-EX5 makes it simple, easy and cost-effective.


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Functions: Printer

Printer Type: Color Dye Sublimation Printer

Interface Connection: USB Yes

System Type: PC, Mac

Black & White Print Speed: 0.67 ppm


Summary

Product Title: Sony DPP-EX5 Dye Sublimation Printer - Color - Photo Print - Desktop

Manufacturer: Sony

Lowest Price: $189.95 from Amazon.com Marketplace

Power Score: 3.6 | 5 Reviews


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Product Reviews (5)

I love the Speed & Quality and Low...

Strengths: Small, Fast, Grate Output, Low Cost Per Page, easy to set up.

Weakness: Extra Features only work if you hook it up to a TV, and have the printer read your pix from the Memory stick Slot, Driver for windows has no options at all.

I love the Speed & Quality and Low Cost Per Page of My DPP-EX5, However Sony needs to make a Driver that offers PC Users more Controll, all the extra Features of my DPP-EX5 work only when it is hooked to the TV, and you load pix from the SOny Memory stick slot, Problem is my Camera uses smartmedia cards and I use my PC not the TV. The Driver For windows has no options at all, sony counts on you...
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By Migraine41 - Dec 19, 2003

I tend to do processing on all my...

Strengths: Beautiful prints rival good photofinishers. No-brainer setup.

Weakness: The "special effects" and editing features built-in require that you have a tv connection. If these are important to you and you don't have a tv nearby, spring for the EX7 model with a built-in lcd.

I tend to do processing on all my pix with photoshop. This printer produces beautiful output and I am very happy with the results. You can certainly get 4 X 6 prints cheaper via on-line services like ofoto, shutterfly and even Sony, but if you want instant photo finisher quality results at home this printer will produce them. My wife always complained that she never saw the pix I took. Now she...
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By rmunde - Dec 4, 2003

this printer sucks. first of all...

Strengths: easy and fast to hook up.

Weakness: you have to fix the color and brightest on every picture you print out.

this printer sucks. first of all you spend over 5 min. on every picture trying to fix the quailty of it and when you think you got it, it prints out terrible. Its an inconvenice to always have to hook it up to your TV. The quailty of the printer doesnt seem like it would last long at all, to top it off when you buy the printer it doesnt even come with test paper to try it out for the first time....
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By martina22 - Aug 19, 2003

nice 4x6 prints. The prints can...

Strengths: fast, easy to install and use

Weakness: needs to be calibrated depending on the type of files you're processing

nice 4x6 prints. The prints can resist to water: after a glass of water on the print, ive noticed just a little moisture on the borders. Very impressive. Quality: 403dpi are more than enough, but this printer needs to be calibrated. I couldn't find a icc profile for this printer, and sony support was bouncing me from an office to another, then I gave up. My experience with files from my canon eos...
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By ant3000 - Aug 16, 2003

I just can't say enough about this...

Strengths: Easy to setup and easy to use. The photo quality is excellent. The dye-sublimation is excellent. The features are fun to use.

Weakness: You have to buy a package of special paper wich includes the print cartridge.

I just can't say enough about this device. The printing is excellent and so easy to use. I can't wait till the holiday's ! It has really neat features. What would be even cooler would be to have it somehow email your creation out and have the receiver able to print it. But you can save your creation to the memory disk, which is pretty neat. So I guess you could email it and then have the user put...
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By MACHOP66 - Oct 23, 2002

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