It’s a new year for the photo booth business and 2012 is shaping up to be a good one. There are more choices than ever when it comes to choosing a professional photo booth printer! A lot has changed over the last year (besides Sony not making printers anymore) and
For anyone that owns and/or uses a dye-sub photo printer, you are probably painfully aware of the printer supply shortages that the industry experienced throughout last year. DNP, the largest manufacturer of dye-sub printer supplies in the world was hit by a double whammy in the first quarter of 2011.
Thanks to Mitsubishi for showcasing Darkroom Software with their printers including the CP70DW and CP707DW now with 2-2×6 photo strips.
The DNP DSRX1 is DNP’s answer to Sony’s beloved Sony UP-CX1. Photo Booth owners have been looking for a printer that is similar to the UPCX1 since it was discontinued. We are happy to say that DNP has a new printer that you can almost call a twin sister! The
Attention Photobooth operators and event photographers – Mitsubishi now has the firmware and driver update available for multi-cut (2×6) functionality for the CP-D70DW and CP-D707DW photo printers. If you own one of these printers and would like this feature set you will need to call Mitsubishi Tech Support (toll free
Have you ever noticed the little “cleaning sheet” that comes in the box with your Sony UPCX1 supplies? What is it for anyway? Well, you may never have to clean your printer – it’s one of those things – “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” However, if you start
Protect your photo business investment with an ATA travel case. Professional and rugged, these cases are fabricated with furniture grade plywood and include heavy-duty latches, lockable wheels, pull handles, & a foam interior. A great value at only $249. Originally designed for the Sony UPCR20L, the case will fit the
UPDATE February 2011: Hey Photoboothers – we’ve added a couple of printers to our photobooth lineup… On a daily basis, I get calls asking for advice when it comes to choosing, or upgrading, a photo booth printer. Some of the more common questions tend to revolve around format and quality.