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1. Olympus P-440 Photo Printer
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2. Olympus Camedia P-10 Digital Photo
3. Olympus P-330N Photo Printer
4. Olympus Camedia P-400 Digital
$249.99 list($399.99)
5. Olympus P-330 Digital Home Photo
$199.99 $188.02 list($249.99)
6. Olympus P-S100 Digital Photo Printer
7. Olympus P-200 Dye-Sub Portable

1. Olympus P-440 Photo Printer
by Olympus
list price: $599.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0000CEUMD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 6790
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Early Adopters Pick: October 2003. Delivering 8-by-10-inch borderless prints in about 75 seconds, the P-440 uses the same dye-sublimation technology of traditional photo labs, producing smooth, realistic, continuous-tone images.

The P-440 prints at 314 dpi (for an effective 2,508 x 3,200 dpi resolution) and offers a variety of finishing options. Choose among signature stamp, background template, frame print, filter, date print, rotation, trimming, A4 passport multiphoto print, and A6 wide ID layout.

A 1.8-inch LCD lets you preview images, aids navigation, and lets you select user preferences. Whether you choose to print directly from a xD-Picture Card (or other compatible media via an optional PCMCIA adapter), or from your PC or Mac (USB interface), you'll get great performance and output.

What's in the Box
P-440 Photo Printer, USB cable, power cord, paper tray, ink cassette (ribbon holder), CD-ROM (printer driver, Instruction Manual, Camedia Master software), standard paper (5 sheets), ink ribbon pack (for 5 prints), basic manual, Read This First, warranty card, registration card ... Read more


  • Dye sublimation technology for professional-looking results
  • Directly supports xD-PictureCard, no PC required
  • Supports optional Type-II PCMCIA adapters for SmartMedia, CompactFlash, and Memory Stick
  • Prints 24-bit 314-dpi photos in a variety of sizes up to 8 by 10 inches
  • 1.8-inch preview LCD; USB interface, PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great photo quality!!
I was worried about spending 500.00 for a printer, which I knew nothing about, but after reading reviews on I felt comfortable about doing it. The quality comes out great. You can't go wrong with getting this printer. One thing I did notice, it left a scratch on my prints, when I printed 4X6 images. I have not had a chance to see if it was a one time fluke or what. I'm waiting for more paper to arrive. ... Read more

2. Olympus Camedia P-10 Digital Photo Printer
by Olympus
list price: $249.99
our price: $179.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000CEUN7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 1408
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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Connect the Olympus Camedia P-10 Digital Photo Printer directly to your PictBridge-compatible digital camera for outstanding color prints wherever you go, or connect it to your PC via the USB interface. Producing 4-by-6-inch prints in just 44 seconds, or 3.5-by-5-inch prints in just 40 seconds using the included conversion tray, the P-10 makes your memories last without your having to wait.

This printer can connect directly to select digital cameras. Learn more about PictBridge.
Variable print modes let you print preview sheets, display time and date, and choose from bordered or borderless prints. A cassette-style paper input holds up to 50 sheets, the same number held in the P-10's output tray. The P-10 comes with everything you'll need to get started, including a handy starter kit of paper and ink, plus complete user instructions.

What's in the Box
Camedia P-10 Digital Photo Printer, AC adapter (with power cord), paper tray (with 3.5-by-5-inch conversion tray), Starter Kit, CD-ROM (printer driver), Instruction Manual, warranty card, registration card ... Read more


  • No PC required when using a PictBridge-compatible digital camera
  • Dye sublimation technology for professional-looking results
  • Produces 4-by-6 and 3.5-by-5-inch photo prints, with or without borders
  • Fast, just 40 to 44 seconds per print
  • USB interface; remarkably small footprint; includes Starter Kit

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent all-around printer
I bought this for my wife to supplement our P-400 (8x10). We went digital almost 3 years ago with the Olympus C4040 and P-400 and I was looking for something to do 4x6s w/o having to cut 8x10s down all the time. I've always been partial to Olympus, having worked extensively with the OM-1 as a photographer in the early 90s. We were very happy with the results we received from the P-400 and I have to say the prints from the P-10 are stunning, if not better. The cost per print is about 39ยข, which is a bit more than taking it to some of the local pharmacies (though we live in the middle of nowhere, we'd more than make up for it in time and gas). Plus there's something to be said for the convenience of printing at home. Print time is reasonable, what you'd expect from a dye sub. The greatest benefit to me is that you don't get the diffusion dot patterns you find with the ink-jet "photo" printers. If you want "photos", dye sub is the only way to go -- and the bottom line is the P-10 gives the quality I want at a reasonable price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little printer!!
I've had this printer for a couple months now and would recommend it highly for anyone with occasional, low volume printing needs. The prints are indistinguishable from lab prints when printing high resolution shots and have a high quality gloss finish. Because it's a dye-sub printer, there's no pixelation as with many dot-matrix printers. Set-up and use is easy. In fact, I keep mine disconnected and stowed most of the time. It only takes 1 minute to plug it in and connect it. My only complaints are that there's no integrated imaging software to simplify printing (I use Powerpoint with good results) and the paper and dye-sub pack are a bit expensive (equates to 65 cents per print if you order the 4x6 kit for 100 prints). But if you only need a few good prints on an occasional basis, this printer is tops.

4-0 out of 5 stars Cost per print
I searched around and found the least expensive place to purchase cartridges for my Olympus P10. I bought enough for 200 4x6 prints.The price per 4x6 turned out to be app. 42 cents per print. I can go down to my local Walgeens and get prints for 29 cents. I'm not certain about quality yet, but at 42 cents, one has to be careful, or the whole thing can cease being fun.

3-0 out of 5 stars WARNING: Not Macintosh compatible
You have to read the fine print on the Olympus web site very carefully to discover that this printer is not compatible with the Macintosh OS. According to their Technical Support, there are no plans to develop a driver for the Mac.

I am able to use mine as a PictBridge printer, printing directly from the camera. Its prints are fair to good, but not excellent. But since I cannot print my stored images from my computer, I will sell the P-10 and buy something else, and it probably will not be manufactured by Olympus.

4-0 out of 5 stars Olympus P-10 first impressions
Today I got to play with an Olympus P-10 printer I just received. It comes with a starter pack of ribbon and paper good for 5 4x6 pictures.

The printer uses Dye-Sublimation technology. It prints Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and a special overcoat layer that makes prints fade resistant. You can connect the printer to your PC with a USB cable, or, if your camera supports PictBridge technology, you can connect the camera to the printer directly, and print without PC.

There are two paper sizes supported by the printer 4" x 6" and 3.5" x 5". You have to buy special paper, which comes with ribbon. What I like the most about this printer, is that it produces borderless pictures without the need to tear off perforation or anything like that. When it spits out a picture it's just like from your local drug store - glossy, and ready to use. Or, if you prefer, you can specify to print the images with white border.

The printer is very easy to use, fast, and looks superb. I welcome the fact that it doesn't require any nozzle cleaning, head adjusting, or much preparation at all.

But now is the most important question. How good can it print? I run through the supplied pack very quickly, printing 5 pictures from my collection. Two of the pictures I printed before, using Epson Stylus Photo 820 Printer, Epson Inks, and Epson Premium Glossy Photo Paper. The ink-jet clearly had an advantage rendering light tones, seeing as it was a 6-color printer. The Olympus, unfortunately, really struggles with rendering light blue. The lighter shades of sky don't look all well to me. Another area where I wouldn't mind to see improvement is shadow detail. Perhaps we are ready for 6 or 7 color Dye-Sub printers, 3 colors may be not adequate.

Off course just 5 pictures is not enough to get familiar with the printer, I am sure, as I gain experience with it and learn to play with settings, I should be able to foresee difficult to print areas of images, and perhaps correct them in order to get better prints.

Overall the printer produces very nice results. And I can see that it will be much easier to maintain and use than an ink-jet. ... Read more

3. Olympus P-330N Photo Printer
by Olympus
list price: $449.95
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005A7IT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 32103
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Olympus's P-330N photo printer provides true photographic output, with24-bit color dye-sublimation printing, allowing you to print snapshot-sizedphotos right from your desktop.

You can print photos from files of up to 10 MB (JPEG) or 20 MB (TIFF) fromseveral sources, including SmartMedia cards, your PC, and even yourtelevision. With the printer's video input and output terminals, photopreviews can be displayed on your TV screen, and the printer can serve as avideo printer. With a SmartMedia card, you can print photos by simplyinserting your card into the printer, eliminating the usual mess of cordson your desk.

The printer only prints on one size of paper (4.5 by 3.375 inches), but you canprint your choice of one, four, nine, or 16 shots per page. Print speed canbe slow, producing a 4.5-by-3.375-inch full color print in roughly 2minutes, but the crisp quality and brilliant color make it worth the wait.The P-330N also features a laminated output capability so you can preserveyour favorite photos. Both Mac and PC compatible, the printer includes aone-year warranty. ... Read more


  • 306 dpi dye-sublimation printing
  • 24-bit color
  • True photographic output with continuous tone
  • Multiple print capability
  • PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Super photo quality but not very flexible...
My friends are always commenting on the quality of the photos printed out on our Olympus photo printer. They really look like they came back from the photo shop. They are cosmically better than what you can get from your old inkjet, even if you print inkjet pictures on nice paper.

What's more, since you have an opportunity to photo-edit the pictures before you print, you can correct problems that the photo shop will never bother with: remove red eye, reframe, add labels, etc.

My biggest problem is the limited size of the paper. It will print out a photo at a maximum size of about 3.5 by 5. OK for a snapshot but not good enough for anything you'd want to set on your desk at the office. Also the paper is pretty expensive and relatively hard to find. Remember too that they are not as permanent as regular photos-don't set them down near something wet for example, and make sure you let them dry off a bit before you stack them together.

So if you don't need big pictures, you might find this a fine alternative. The photo quality is really excellent.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
I have had this printer for quite a while now. It prints unbelievable pictures that compare to the Kodak photo lab. After I am done taking my shots with my Olympus C-3030zoom camera I insert the smartmedia card directly into the printer, then I plug the printers video output into my television. This printer has some really neat editing features that can be used without your computer. Of course it works really well with my computer. All around it is a really excellent product. I have been impressing my neighbors, and family with this printer. I am getting ready to sell off my regular film eqipment. I just aquired an Olympus P400 digital printer, and all I can say is OHHHHHHHHHHHHHH MY................................. ... Read more

4. Olympus Camedia P-400 Digital Color Photo Printer
by Olympus
list price: $399.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004Y7KO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 11938
Average Customer Review: 4.38 out of 5 stars
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The Olympus Camedia P-400 uses advanced dye-sublimation technology toprint an extremely sharp image on high-quality photo paper. The result looks andfeels like a traditional photograph. The P-400 also accepts a digital camera'sSmartMedia or PC Card directly, and it has USB and parallel interfaces for easyPC connectivity.

Weighing over 30 pounds, constructed of heavy plastic, and accented with metalcontrols, the Camedia P-400 impressed us with its sturdy design right out of thebox. To test the printer, we captured photos on a 16 MB CompactFlash card,placed the card in a CompactFlash-to-PCMCIA adapter (not included), and insertedthe adapter in the printer. (Our evaluation model came with the P-RBN photo inkcartridge already installed, but it is easily replaced through the front accesspanel. Also, our unit did not include driver software, so we were unable to testPC functionality.) Using the menu-driven LCD, jog dial, and arrow keys, wespecified our paper type (A4), input source (PC Card), and output photo size (8by 10 inches). We pressed the Print button, and after 2 minutes and 58 secondsthe P-400 rewarded us with a beautiful 8-by-10-inch photograph.

The Camedia P-400's color was very natural, not neon bright or oversaturated,and its tinting was slightly cool (more blue than red). Resolution was only 314dpi, but the dye-sublimation technology showed no visible grain. The resultswere better than many we've seen from 1,200 dpi ink-jet printers. We alsoprinted a slightly soft photograph and then used the printer's sharpeningfunction in an attempt to improve it. Unfortunately, unwanted pixelationincreased along with any positive sharpening affects. Printing speed was slowbut steady at 2:58 for each 8-by-10 print. Several minutes were required toprint one index/proof sheet of 20 photos, with nearly all of that time spentprocessing the CompactFlash card's data, not actually printing.

With only a casual glance, we could have easily mistaken the P-400's output ascoming from a photo lab. Only close scrutiny revealed minor pixelation, whichreflected the limit of our digital photo more than that of the printer. Theinitial cost is high, and the dye-sublimation ink cartridges and photo paper areexpensive; but if you can afford it, the P-400 Camedia makes a fine companionfor your digital camera. --Mike Brown


  • Easy walk-up printing of digital photos
  • Prints have the look and feel of traditional photos


  • Substantial cost for consumables
  • Not for general-purpose printing
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  • Professional-looking, continuous-tone, dye-sublimation prints, up to 8 by 10 inches
  • Prints directly from SmartMedia and PC cards
  • LCD preview and information screen
  • USB and parallel interfaces
  • Prints up to 50 copies at a time

Reviews (29)

5-0 out of 5 stars Olympus P400
The technical detail:

a. The printer may be operated as a standalone product independant of a computer. It contains slots for both SmartMedia cards and compact flash PC card adaptors so you don't have to have a computer connected to the printer to use it. The printer has its own small LCD display which can be used in lieu of a computer interface to help you select pictures off your cards for printing and the printer also has a rather sophisticated built in capability to format the final product.

b. The printer has both a parallel port and a USB port for computer connection and is compatible with both PCs and MACs. Configuration software is included on CD for both types of machines. No computer cables are included and will cost you about $20 at your local computer store.

c. If connected to a computer, the printer is used to provide printed output for whatever photo editing software you already own. No computer photo editing software is included with the package.

d. Documentation is complete and voluminous. However, the technical document giving all the nitty gritty is provided as a computer PDF file readable by Adobe Acrobat software (supplied in multiple languages) and is not provided hardcopy. If you are buying this printer to use as a standalone device without a computer, this puts you at somewhat of a disadvantage.

e. The starter kit of paper and printer ribbon is adequate to print only five (5) 8x10" prints so you will want to purchase paper and ribbon with the printer.

f. Printing supplies (paper and ribbon) are expensive, costing almost $2 per 8x10" print.

The Subjective data:

The final print produced is 314x314 dots per inch and looks incredible. I have standard 8x10" Kodak prints produced from my digital photos that do not look nearly as good. Unless you are going to take your digital data to a custom printing specialist and stand over his shoulder, you will not be able to obtain a print better than this printer will give you. Recently, I was trying to restore an old 8x10" photo and scanned it into my computer at the highest resolution possible, edited it in Adobe Photoshop, and wound up with a wonderful restoration. By that time the digital image was up to 58MB size. I asked Kodak to print it, and they did. However, their system couldn't handle the large file size and compressed it to slightly over 2MB. Their final print was acceptable but a lot of the detail and my work was lost because of the compression. My computer fed the entire 58MB file to this printer and it produced a superb picture that made the Kodak image look like a childs effort in comparison. I don't know of any printer today that has comperable capability to the Olympus P400.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Affordable Photo Printer on the Market!
This is the best photo printer I have ever used. I bought the Epson 2000 and returned it because the color and quality wasn't good enough. There is not an ink jet printer on the market that can even come close to matching the quality of prints produced by this printer. I am using the Canon D30 and can produce incredible action shots instantly on this printer without even manipulating the picture. I use Adobe Photoshop 6.0 when I manipulate my pictures. Most of the time I copy the pictures back to a SmartMedia or Compact Flash card and print them from the card. This way I'm not tying up most of the computer's memory and can work on another photo project at the same time. The one thing that I have found is when I copy the picture to a card, the printer only recognizes jpeg files from the PC not the Mac.

5-0 out of 5 stars The search is over
From digital camera to print choose Olympus P-400. For the best print quality choose Olympus P-400. To save on the costs of having any developer make 8x10's choose Olympus P-400. For prints of exceptional quality direct from your digital camera Compact Flash or Smart media --- well you know.

Two minutes after I unpacked everything and assembled this printer I was watching the P-400 create the first print. The menu system and selections on the printer were simple to understand.

The quality was exceptional. Using a Compact Flash required a PCMCIA adapter but that didn't slow this printer down.

... And in about 90 seconds! Unless your Uncle works at Kodak or you do, you can't beat the price and speed of getting a truly remarkable print.

Go ahead and enhance your photos with your PC first. Whatever you do will show up in amazing color on the Olympus Camedia P-400.

My last printer for true photo quality prints!

5-0 out of 5 stars Only the best will do.
Nestled upon my desk between a new Brother HP-1440 laser and a recently purchased Epson 960 CD printer, is a three year old Olympus P-400. Fast high quality text print-outs are routed to the laser printer, and the Epson is used for the specialty printing of card stock, CDs, and DVDs, but all photographs are created from the P-400, whether in color or black and white.

I originally purchased the P-400 for one simple reason; I wanted the highest quality prints possible of family members and for my wedding video service. The Olympus P-400 has never disappointed my highest expectations.

Most of us are familiar with how bubble-jet printers create dotted print-outs, which from a distance may look OK, but when viewed up-close the actual quality is not as good as hoped for. I have used a magnifying glass on print-outs from the P-400, and not only are there no dots, I actually do believe I prefer the P-400 print-outs over normal photographs. The P-400 print quality *is* that good. In my region of the world, film developing businesses on occasion ruin whole rolls of film, and so rather than my investing time and money into developing equipment to ensure quality photos, I can now get the prints I want, the size I want, and the quantity I want at any time I want.

The paper used in the P-400 is thick, very similar to normal photographs, and instead of the photographs having a brand name on the back side such as "Kodak", it reads "Olympus". The finished photograph also automatically receives a clear protective high gloss coating that does make the print feel and appear to be a developed photo. Unless a person has considerable experience with photography, they will not be able to tell the difference between a regular photo and one printed from the P-400. The actual cost per print-out is around $2.00 (paper and ribbon costs combined), which is not bad at all for an 8x10 or four 4x5 photographs. Advertised life of prints is about the same as regular photographs, around 50 years or more, which is far better than just a year or two with bubble-jet printers.

Changing the ribbon and paper is fast, clean, and very easy. Software installation is also quick and uncomplicated. The user friendly printer actually is a 'plug and play'.

Though the P-400 has a normal printer parallel port, I highly recommend only using the USB port. The time required to transfer data from the computer to the printer usually only takes several seconds per photograph while using the USB, but it may take minutes through the LPT1 cable. With about two minutes from clicking "print" to receiving a finished 8x10 photograph, the speed is more than pleasing. The printer is fast enough and simple enough that I have not yet found a need to use the Smart Card slot nor even any of the other console controls. Through use of most any photo or graphics program, print-outs are as easy as 'view and print'.

The only problem I have encountered was when the printer was new and the plastic ribbon roll rod would occasionally bind in the ribbon holder slot (caused by too tight of tolerances). I was able to trim off the holder's excess plastic to allow the ribbon to turn more freely, and after speaking to the Olympus technical support describing the problem and remedy (of which they were appreciative for the information), surely the new models will no longer have similar minor problems.

Three years ago I paid over one thousand dollars for the P-400 on sale, and I have never regretted the cost. Recently I was able to print-out numerous specially-formatted 8x10 copies of my daughter's college graduation, which if done through a photographer would have cost me more than the price of the printer. Today's prices are very reasonable, enough that my wife has begun saying she wants one for herself. In our high-tech low-cost society, not many items produce true quality results, but the Olympus P-400 is one product that actually does live up to our best expectations. Highly recommended, I know of no better desk-top photo printer than the Olympus P series.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great photo printer for the commited digital photographer
I've been printing 3.2 megapixel images on this and they're virtually indistinguishable from a "real" photo, even at the 7.64x10" full size (7.7 megapixel as advertised in the printer information) resolution. Don't believe the inkjet monkeys who tell you that an inkjet can produce comparable prints - they can't.

I chose this printer over the others available because of the size it is capable of printing, the better color-handling (for instance, the sony dye-subs tend to skew towards overly bright and red tones), and the recommendations of hard-core photo people.

Things you should know about this printer: when all is said and done, you can find this printer for under three hundred, and 100 prints are going to run you about a buck sixty five each (for a single 8x10) if you shop around. If you want smaller, cheaper photos, just print two or four up on a sheet, get 4 prints out of it on a sheet for about 40 cents each. Get out the scissors, and enjoy. Horray.

The printer has been having EXTREME difficulty printing directly from a smart media card - I don't like printing two-dollar blank pages - I've only had consistent success printing via USB connection to my 'puter, but it's a lot faster than printing from the smart media card anyway, so no real loss there - just something to keep in mind.

Reviewers have noted that the ink ribbon can be difficult to install. I don't really agree - olumpus' packaging makes this a straight forward procedure - it's just a little more work than the plug-in-the-inkjet-cartridge laziness we've all become accustomed to.

The printer is rather large and heavy, but you have to understand this was really initially intended as a professional's printer. It is solidly built, has a real feeling of quality construction. Just make sure if your living space is small that you've hollowed out a suitably sized location - think of it like a 16" monitor and you're working along the right lines size and space-wise.

For those with a mac (like me - running OS X 10.3), Olympus is seriously lagging on making a compatible driver. I wrote them and got a swift but lackluster response (no deadline for producing a driver). After printing several blank pages directly from my memory card and freaking out, I found the solution: do a google search for "Gimp-print," an open source & free driver bundle for the mac that runs under 10.3, and powers this printer just fine (so far - haven't tested with photoshop yet - only iPhoto, but I suspect it'll do just fine). It's free. Yay. Problem solved, no thanks to Olympus.

For those of you looking at this printer vs the P-440, the newer version of this printer, the differences are relatively minor (though the 440 does do TRUE 8x10 prints). They use the same paper and ink ribbons, so presumably olympus has a vested interest in continuing to make consumeables for this hardware.

Driver bitterness aside, the quality coming out of this printer had me jumping up & down once the photos started coming out. I'm really pleased, and the overall quality of the prints is enough to let me overlook the negatives, which have all been temporary. ... Read more

5. Olympus P-330 Digital Home Photo Printer
by Olympus
list price: $399.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00000JFJF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 22724
Average Customer Review: 2.83 out of 5 stars
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With the Olympus P-330 home photo printer, you can take all those photos you made with your digital camera, or downloaded from the Web, and print them on real photo paper. You can also capture stills from any video device, edit them on TV, and add them to your photo collection in just a few minutes.

This printer comes with an overwhelming array of accessories and cables, yet we were able to figure out which accessories fit into which slots without consulting the owner's manual. (However, we do recommend that novices read the owner's manual before attempting setup.) We simply plugged in the printer, attached the parallel cable, and inserted the paper tray and ribbon cartridge. Then we dropped in the CD-ROM and followed the setup wizard on our PC.

Next, we tested the printer's features. We started our favorite image-editing program, opened a previously scanned 24-bit color photo, chose the Print command, and waited. After two minutes of mysterious humming, the printer produced a great-looking new photo. At arm's length, the quality of the print was astonishingly true to the original. Closer inspection revealed definite pixelation, but the output was still much better than a print on coated paper from a good quality ink-jet printer.

We also attached an S-video cable (not included) from a DVD player to the P-330, and connected the composite video cable from the P-330 to a monitor. Looking at the P-330's controls, we intuitively guessed how to select the video-input signal and how to capture a still shot from the DVD player. We pressed the P-330's Print button, and the photo printer produced the image two minutes later.

The P-330 impressed us with both its sophistication and its simplicity. It's fun to use, and if you enjoy digital imaging, but miss the feel of photographic paper in your hands, then this photo printer makes a great companion for your digital camera.


  • Includes accessories to get started right away
  • Intuitive setup
  • Mac- and PC-ready right out of the box


  • No quick start card
  • Slow printing
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  • Makes real photographic prints
  • 1,024 x 1,376 effective pixel resolution
  • Supports 32-MB SmartMedia
  • Works with PCs, Macs, and digital cameras
  • Captures video stills from any standard video device

Reviews (6)

3-0 out of 5 stars olympus p-330 photo printer
the printer gave very good results, but see no need for all the insturction books, (2) that come with the printer. Everything said could surly be condensed to one simple to read and use set of insturctions. there should be a better system to tell what you are going to print before you print it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Does one job well
This printer is designed for one task- printing 4x6 color images. It's not real fast or real cheap but it is very easy to use and the quality of the prints is comparable to conventional photos. This printer is particularly useful if you use your digital camera as a replacement for a point-and-shoot, and you want to be able to get good, quick prints with a mimimum of fuss. Individual prints are probably more expensive than conventional photos but you don't pay for printing pictures you don't want, so in the end it's probably more cost effective. Compared to ink-jet printers, it's clearly less versitile, but you don't have to remember to load special paper or make special settings, and you won't run out of ink in the middle of a print job, as each paper pack comes with a print cartridge that runs out when the paper does.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for what it is
This is not an Office printer. It print as good as a 35mm film camera does. Do not expect any thing else. Small paper high cost but best picture that U can get.

1-0 out of 5 stars P-330/Sony Digital Camera
There are suggestioons, including on that the P-330 and a Sony Digital Camera that uses 3.5" floppy disks are compatible. To a limited extemt this may be true, but direct use is not possible as the P-330 only takes the smaller Smart Media disk. It would appear one would be well advised to use a Sony printer that can directly receive the 3.5" floppy disk; otherwise one of the feature attractions of a printer is defeated. The one star rating is only in connection with a Sony digital camera.

1-0 out of 5 stars No driver for Windows NT. Picture quality is poor.
The setup was relatively easy until I tried to hook it up to my PC. There is no driver available for Windows NT workstation. I tried to install it under Windows 95. Spent most of my Saturday with downloading drivers from their website. Finally called tech support and got email back that someone will call me in 2-3 days and also to be patient. Color quality is ok. I could print from my Sony Digital camcorder. It takes about 2 minutes to print a 4-5 in. picture. Save your money and get something else. This printer is not ready for any prime time yet. At least they should include a driver that works. ... Read more

6. Olympus P-S100 Digital Photo Printer for the IR-300/500 Digital Cameras
list price: $249.99
our price: $199.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0007R75MM
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 7519
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Product Description

Create 4 x 6-inch photo lab quality prints in 88 seconds or less! Dye sublimation printing delivers continuous tones and vivid colors all around. And 306-dpi resolution gives you beautiful, vibrant prints you can be proud of. Prints are sealed with a special over-coating that protects them from light and moisture, so the image won't fade over time.


  • Dye sublimation printing
  • High-resolution results (306 dpi)
  • Create prints in 88 seconds or less
  • 4 x 6" prints with archival quality
  • Print with or without borders
  • PictBridge-enabled, so you can make instant prints with or without a computer from any PictBridge-enabled camera
  • Includes ink ribbon cartridge
  • Includes 50 sheets of paper
Because the printer is PictBridge compatible, you can turn your digital images into professional-looking prints directly from your PictBridge-enabled camera or via your PC. ... Read more


  • USB interface for printing from PC
  • Dye sublimation printer with 306 dpi
  • Ultra compact design
  • 4-by-6-inch A6 postcard print size
  • PictBridge compatible for direct printing from camera

7. Olympus P-200 Dye-Sub Portable Printer
by Olympus
list price: $449.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000051SG6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 45668
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

The Olympus P-200 produces variable-size, professional images in the field and in the palm of your hand. It has all the essential features of a full-scale stationary printer, as well as direct editing capabilities such as sharpness control, date and time insertion, image cropping, and more.

The P-200 is compatible with most popular hardware and software. It links directly with most Olympus digital cameras, SmartMedia, and CompactFlash Type I and II cards. Optional parallel port and USB connection kits allow for unlimited PC image editing. Compatible graphics file formats include DPOF (for image scheduling and order assignment), JPEG, JFIF, EXIF, TIFF, and DCF.

The four-pass dye-sublimation system cranks out crisp 320 dpi prints in 2.1 million colors. Each print is sealed with a protective UV overcoat layer and measures 3 by 4 inches. The 25-sheet capacity A6 paper cartridge conveniently matches the ink ribbon's 25-print life, eliminating substandard pictures and wasted ribbon.

Streamlined in a case measuring 5 by 2 by 6 inches and weighing less than 2 pounds, the portable P-200 offers instant hard copies and test prints. ... Read more


  • Portable photo printer, ideal for travel
  • 320 dpi dye-sublimation for true continuous-tone quality
  • Accepts SmartMedia and CompactFlash Type I and II cards
  • Prints A-6 size prints in approximately 90 seconds
  • Choose 1, 2, 4, 9, or 16 images per page or a 40-image index print

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice but some shortcomings
It overheats if asked to do more than 5 prints in a row. Once cooled (45sec.), it will continue, but heat problem & delays get worse. Considered a "normal" condition in the manual! Like a Windows crash is a "feature"???

5-0 out of 5 stars A Digital Darkroom in the Field
Awesome is a horribly overused word, but this little puppy earns major kudos! It's terrbily intuitive, easy to use, runs on a honking big NIMH battery (or AC) and -- yes -- produces dye-sub prints that are rich and gorgeous and tough-to-tell from conventionally processed ones. If the big chasm preventing digital photography from going mainstream has been the lack of physical prints that you can stick in an envelope and mail to the relatives (or carry around in your pocket), the P-200 more than bridges that gap. It's a masterpiece of engineering. ... Read more

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