What paper can you use with Canon Selphy?

Your SELPHY CP1300 can use a variety of genuine Canon color ink and paper sets in card size (2.1″ x 3.4″) and postcard size (4″ x 6″). Compatible sets include KC-18IF, KC-18IL, KC-36IP, KP-36IP, KP-108IN, RP-54, and RP-108. We hope this helps!

Can you use sticker paper in Canon Selphy?

SELPHY – YOUR PERSONAL PHOTO KIOSK! You choose the right size for the right photo – from 4″x6″, 2.1″x2. 1″ square and even sticker paper, all made to last up to 100 years6and are even water resistant! Take the SELPHY CP1300 almost anywhere with the optional battery pack.

How do I change the paper on my Canon Selphy?

Load paper in the cassette

  1. Open the outer cover (1), and inner cover (2).
  2. Load the paper in the cassette with the glossy side facing up. The paper cassette holds up to 18 sheets.
  3. Close the inner cover firmly until it clicks into place. Leave the outer cover open when you print.

Is selphy CP1300 worth it?

The Canon SELPHY CP1300 is a very impressive machine that pushes the realm of innovation, especially for a portable printer. With all the strides it has made for printing technology, it also has a lot of missteps that hinder its overall performance.

Does selphy ink dry out?

The selphy printers are dye sublimation printers so there’s no ink to dry out.

What sizes can Canon Selphy print?

Print various sizes, including 2.1 x 2.1″ labels, 2.1 x 3.4″ cards, 3.5 x 4.7″ L size, and 4 x 6″ postcards. Apple AirPrint and Mopria certified mobile printing protocols are supported. Print over Wi-Fi or the USB connection.

What’s the difference between Canon Selphy 1200 and 1300?

The one obvious upgrade from the CP1200 is the 3.2-inch non-touch color LCD screen, which has been upsized from 2.7 inches. The CP1300 measures 2.5 by 7 by 5.4 inches (HWD) and weighs 2.5 pounds with the cassette and ink cartridge loaded, or 3.1 pounds when you include the power adapter.

How long does selphy ink last?

100 years
Additional benefits of dye-sublimation printing is that the ink dries instantly, and its prints are long-lasting (rated for 100 years). In dye sublimation, the paper is fed through the printer and back in a series of four passes, one for each color (cyan, magenta, yellow, and a clear coat).