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.
Shinko released a new firmware, version 14.xx, for its S2145 4×6/5×7/6×9 Photo Printer. The new firmware coincided with the release of a new media for the printer. You will need to install this new firmware before using the new media. (Check out our previous post on this topic which includes a picture of
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.
Do you travel with or ship your printer? If you travel with or ship your photo printer you probably have at least one horror story about how a damaged printer turned one of your events into a disaster. One way to avert such damage is by using a durable travel
KG Digital announced today that they have released updated drivers for the Shinko S1245 Photo Printer and the Shinko S2145 Photo Printer. The versions supported for the 64 bit OS (Vista and Windows 7) are as follows: S1245 Ver 1.30 build 196 (File name: CHC-S1245_139build196_preview1.exe) S2145 Ver 1.11 build 198
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. However, weight, size and direction of media load are also important considerations. Photo booth design and