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Canon CP800

Canon CP800
89
Reviews
53 Reviews + 1 Award
74
Features
Good Features
72
Popularity
Lots of Positive Reviews
82
Age
2 Years Old
76
Kagoo Score
Very Good
Our Verdict:
An award winning and maximum resolution A4 / letter max print size photo printer, good for printing directly from cameras. Purchasers report that this photo printer produces excellent quality prints, it's really easy to use but expensive.
Features We Love:
Supports Wi-Fi
Supports Direct Printing (PictBridge)
A4 / letter max print size
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With outstanding reviews but at over 2 years old, we have ranked the Canon CP800 number 56 across all photo printers.

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Kagoo Score
90
Reviews
74
Features
72
Popularity
0
Value for Money
82
Age

76

76
Kagoo Score

Why Has it Scored 76?

purchasers report that it has good expert reviews and great user reviews with an average overall rating of 78%, based on 53 reviews. This photo printer has received a "Recommended" award from What Digital Camera. Looking across the entire Canon photo printer range, the average reviews for all Canon photo printers are also excellent.
It is over 2 years old and it is likely that newer photo printers with better features are available. However this Canon photo printer has good reviews so it may still be worth considering.
The CP800 has some good features, but is also missing a couple of features:
Supports Direct Printing (PictBridge)
Supports Wi-Fi
Features
The ultra-stylish, ultra-easy home photo lab
Stylish, ultra-compact photo printer
6.2 cm (2.5 ) tilt LCD
Prints in under 1 minute
Range of print sizes

What is the Kagoo Score?

We calculate the Kagoo Score for each photo printer by looking at its reviews, features, popularity, age and value for money.

The Kagoo Score is an easy way to understand whether the photo printer is recommended.

The Kagoo Scores are constantly being updated. As newer, higher spec photo printers come to market, the older photo printers will gradually have their Kagoo Score reduced.

90
Reviews

Average Review Score

3.9 stars (53 reviews)

45%

of Customers Would Recommend
5 Stars
24 Reviews
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13 Reviews
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Recommended Award

The Canon CP800 has received a Recommended Award from What Digital Camera.
Recommended from What Digital Camera

What Are People Saying About the Canon CP800?

Print Quality
9
1
Price
10
6
Ease of Use
16
0
Design
6
4
Size and Weight
11
0
Features
3
2
Robustness
1
1
Support
1
0
6 Out of 10 People Thought it Was Not Priced Reasonably

Over 10 people thought that the Canon CP800 was expensive.

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Expensive
13 people agree
1 person disagrees
  • ... front.Setting up t... A smart, small, simple photo printer – but just too expensive to run...Small. Simple. Good photo quality. Not versatile. High cost ...
    computeractive.co.uk 21 Sep 2010
  • ... front... A smart, small, simple photo printer – but just too expensive to run Good points Small; simple; good photo quality Bad points Not versatile; ...
    v3.co.uk 21 Sep 2010
  • ... respectable print times, but take note if you'll use it often: Its pricey consumables could negate the savings...Simple and portable. Low initial price. ...
    computershopper.com 1 Mar 2011
  • ... too: It applies ink from a continuou... The nice photos that the CP800 produces are overshadowed by the pricey, wasteful consumables it uses to create ...
    pcworld.com_techhive.com 19 Jan 2011
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    Bad Value for Money
    8 people agree
    13 people disagree
    One Person Thought the Canon CP800 Was Solidly Made
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    The Vast Majority of People Thought the Canon CP800 Was Good in Terms of Size

    Several people thought that the Canon CP800 was a good size, was compact and was easy to carry around.

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    A Good Size
    6 people agree
    1 person disagrees
  • ... detriment of your budget and your local landfill. If you don't mind being limited to one size of photo, the Epson PictureMate Charm () is a much better ...
    Mac World 11 Feb 2011
  • ... on the day, print them and stick them in our wedding album. I love the size of the printer, it's so small and light, easy to set up and print. you don't ...
    Kay - Amazon.co.uk 1 Jun 2012
  • ... Canon Selphy C 800, the colour LCD screen being one of them. Though only 2.5 inches in size, it is plentiful enough for easy photo selection and basic ...
    Techradar 7 Nov 2011
  • ... Canon Selphy C 800, the colour LCD screen being one of them. Though only 2.5 inches in size, it is plentiful enough for easy photo selection and basic ...
    gadgetshow.channel5.com 3 Aug 2011
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    Compact
    5 people agree
    2 people disagree
    Easy to Carry Around
    3 people agree
    No people disagree
    The Majority of People Thought the Canon CP800 Was Well Designed

    Several people thought that the Canon CP800 was good-looking, well designed and neat.

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    Good-Looking
    3 people agree
    2 people disagree
  • ... from a continuous plastic sheet in three passes... The Canon Selphy CP800 prints pretty good photos, but it does so slowly, and to the detriment of your ...
    Mac World 11 Feb 2011
  • ... I investigated the web to check out the reviews, they were pretty good with the occasional poor review, can't please everyone it seems. In the end I braved ...
    B. - Amazon.co.uk 14 Jan 2011
  • ... simple to use and even though we didn't look into the advanced features as my mum is very non-technical she was able to use it with no problems. The prints ...
    Anonymous - Amazon.co.uk 30 Dec 2011
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    Well Designed
    2 people agree
    2 people disagree
    Neat
    2 people agree
    No people disagree
    More Than 10 People Thought it Was Easy to Use

    Several people thought that the Canon CP800 was really easy to use and to setup.

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    Really Easy to Use
    12 people agree
    No people disagree
  • ... lineup as of this writing. It's extremely portable and easy to use with a built-in memory card reader, PictBridge/USB port and the optional battery...
    printercomparison.com 23 Dec 2010
  • ... photo paper was included and of a very good quality. My overall review is of a brillant easy to use and smart compact photo printer with extreme clear ...
    Shaz - Amazon.co.uk 18 Oct 2010
  • Excellent printer. Quality of photos are great and printer is easy to use. Very portable, but would advice to get a carrying case if you'll take it somewhere. ...
    R - Amazon.co.uk 5 Jan 2013
  • Amazingly proffessional photos, and easy to use...
    Anonymous - Amazon.co.uk 29 Dec 2016
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    Really Easy to Setup
    5 people agree
    No people disagree
    Eight People Thought it Had Nice Technical Features

    Several people thought that the Canon CP800 had a good display and had good features.

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    Has a Good Display
    5 people agree
    1 person disagrees
  • ... supporting with paper and ribbon. The Kodak itself was never ideal but it did have a good screen. I had seen that the screen on the Canon was small and ...
    Colin - Amazon.co.uk 8 Feb 2012
  • ... There are numerous high points to the Canon Selphy C 800, the colour LCD screen being one of them. Though only 2.5 inches in size, it is plentiful enough ...
    Techradar 7 Nov 2011
  • ... with...There are numerous high points to the Canon Selphy C 800, the colour LCD screen being one of them. Though only 2.5 inches in size, it is plentiful ...
    gadgetshow.channel5.com 3 Aug 2011
  • ... finished print quality is excellent. I would have rated this printer as 5* if it wasn't for the very poor quality display. It was VERY dark and impossible ...
    Mengineer - Amazon.co.uk 27 Nov 2010
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    Has Good Features
    3 people agree
    1 person disagrees
    One Person Thought it Was Bad in Terms of Connectivity
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    One Person Thought This Photo Printer Had Good Technical Guidance
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    One Person Thought the Canon CP800 Did Not Have an OK Noise Level
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    The Vast Majority of Owners Thought it Produced Good Quality Prints

    Several people thought that the Canon CP800 produced brilliant quality prints, really produced excellent prints and has excellent colours quality.

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    Produces Outstanding Quality Prints
    8 people agree
    No people disagree
  • ... print. you don't have to be technical to use it first time. The pictures come out in good quality and you can even select various sizes. Great little gadget, ...
    Kay - Amazon.co.uk 1 Jun 2012
  • ... although some can be found under £30, so it's best to shop a...Good print quality. Useful Image Optimize feature. Simple controls and fuss-free interface. ...
    Techradar 7 Nov 2011
  • ... integrated would get 5 stars. You will not be disappointed if you just want reasonably good quality prints at the push of a button but beware this does ...
    Tony - Amazon.co.uk 10 Feb 2012
  • ... very non-technical she was able to use it with no problems. The prints are of a good quality and the colours match the original photo well. The device ...
    Anonymous - Amazon.co.uk 30 Dec 2011
  • View All Reviews About Good Quality
    Produces Excellent Prints
    7 people agree
    No people disagree
    Has Excellent Colours Quality
    2 people agree
    No people disagree

    How Good Are Canon Photo Printers?

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    Features

    Key Reasons For and Against

    Supports Wi-Fi
    Supports Direct Printing (PictBridge)
    A4 / letter max print size
    Only 300 x 300 DPI
    Only 300 X 300 DPI

    The biggest resolution of the Canon CP800 is 300 x 300 DPI. That's 98% less resolution than the most common resolution of 4800 x 1200 DPI and is in fact the worst resolution across all photo printers.

    The best resolution across similar types of photo printer is 8000 x 6000 DPI.

    What does "maximum resolution" mean? Less Edit
    Supports Wi-Fi
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    The Canon CP800 supports Wi-Fi, unlike 66% of photo printers which do not support Wi-Fi.

    What is Wi-Fi? Less Edit
    Supports Direct Printing (PictBridge)
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    The Canon CP800 supports Direct Printing (PictBridge). 58% of photo printers do not support Direct Printing (PictBridge).

    What is Direct Printing (PictBridge)? Less Edit
    A4 / Letter Max Print Size
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    This photo printer has an A4 / letter maximum print size, which is typical of many photo printers.

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    72
    Popularity

    Popularity

    The Canon CP800 has been listed on Kagoo since November 2018 and is currently ranked number 56 across all photo printers.
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    Value for Money

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    What the Reviews Say

    6 out of 10 people thought it was not priced reasonably
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    Age

    Canon CP800 Release Date

    August 2017

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    When Are Most New Canon Photo Printers Released?

    May to June is the most common period for new Canon photo printers to be released in.

    If you wait until May 2020 then you might be able to get better features on your Canon photo printer. Also the price of the current Canon photo printers may drop off just before the latest models are released in May. The biggest month in 2018 for new Canon photo printer releases was May, with five new Canon photo printers released that month. Four new Canon photo printers were released in August 2017 making it the biggest month that year for new Canon photo printer releases. In 2016 most new Canon photo printers were released in June, with two new Canon photo printers released that month.

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    How Fast Do Canon Photo Printer Prices Drop After Release?

    Most photo printers drop in price by 5% in the first 6 months after release, however Canon photo printers tend to depreciate faster.

    On average, in the first 6 months after release, Canon photo printers drop in price by 6%.

    If you are prepared to wait then you could save an average of £13 on a typical £228 new Canon photo printer by waiting 6 months before buying.

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    Canon CP800 Manuals and Brochures

    Frequently Asked Questions About the Canon CP800

    QWhat is the maximum resolution of the Canon CP800?
    AThe Canon CP800 is a 300 x 300 photo printer.
    QWhat is the maximum print size of the Canon CP800?
    AThe Canon CP800 has an A4 / letter maximum print size.
    QDoes the Canon CP800 support Direct Printing (PictBridge)?
    AYes, the Canon CP800 supports Direct Printing (PictBridge).
    QDoes the Canon CP800 support Direct Printing (PictBridge)?
    AYes, the Canon CP800 supports Direct Printing (PictBridge).
    QDoes the Canon CP800 support Wi-Fi?
    AYes, the Canon CP800 is a photo printer which supports Wi-Fi.
    QDoes the Canon CP800 have a card reader integrated?
    AYes, the Canon CP800 has a card reader integrated.
    QWhat print technologies does the Canon CP800 support?
    AThe Canon CP800 is a dye-sublimation photo printer.
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    Canon CP800 Specification

    Key Features
    Maximum Resolution
    Maximum Print Size
    Printing
    Time to First Page (Colour, Normal)
    Paper Handling
    Standard Media Sizes
    Credit Card
    Display
    Display Diagonal
    Display
    Ports & Interfaces
    USB 2.0 Port
    Direct Printing (PictBridge)
    Interface
    USB Port
    USB Version
    Wi-Fi
    Storage
    Smartcard Slot
    Compatible Memory Cards
    Card Reader Integrated
    Weight & Dimensions
    Package Weight
    Weight
    Height
    Depth
    Width
    System Requirements
    Operating Systems Supported (Windows)
    Operational Conditions
    Operating Relative Humidity (H-H)
    Operating Temperature (T-T)
    Print Technology
    Colour Depth
    Print Technology
    Printing Colours
    Other Features
    Standard Tray Media Types
    Compatible Operating Systems
    Mac Compatibility
    Connectivity Technology
    Non-ISO Print Media Sizes
    Dimensions (WxDxH)
    Technical Details
    Wireless Technology
    Performance
    Market Positioning

    Product Identifiers

    Barcodes

     00013803125313,  00013803126037,  00886389000691,  00886389006921,  04960999673943,  08714574553436,  08714574558585

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