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Print and share precious memories in an instant with the Canon Zoemini, Canon’s smallest and lightest photo printer

United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Thursday 2nd August 2018 – Canon Europe has today unveiled the Canon Zoemini, a lightweight, pocket size and portable photo printer, featuring ZINK™ (zero ink) technology. The Canon Zoemini connects seamlessly to the Canon Mini Print app via Bluetooth® for instant printing of photos and social media snaps in a matter of seconds. The Canon Zoemini prints out personalised 2×3 inch (5 x 7.6cm) photos, straight from a mobile phone, tablet or social media apps.

The Canon Zoemini is the perfect accessory for people who enjoy printing and sharing special moments with family and friends, wherever the mood takes them. The Canon Zoemini will inspire people to unleash their creativity, thanks to an abundance of on-trend filters, frames and AR effects through the Canon Mini Print app, free to download from the App Store and Google Play from 5th September 2018.

Whether it’s a special family occasion, holiday or simply meeting up with friends, the Canon Zoemini encourages creativity, with easy to print, peel-and-stick photos that can be used to personalise everyday items such as laptops, mobile covers, bags, mirrors or bedroom walls. School bags can also be decorated with a photo collage of friends, families, pets or even a carefully crafted selfie.

Fitting comfortably in the palm of a hand, handbag or pocket, the compact and sleek device comes in a choice of three enticing and distinctive colours: Rose Gold/White, White/Silver and Black/Slate Grey.

The Canon Zoemini features ZINK™ technology, meaning zero ink is required. The rechargeable battery-powered portable printer comes with a starter pack of 10 x Canon ZINK™ photo paper (peel-and-stick back, smudge-free, water and tear resistant), with additional paper available for purchase in packs of 20 or 50.

The Canon Mini Print app also features a tiling function, enabling the creation of larger posters or images made up of four or nine prints, as well as over ten unique collage templates that prints a 2×3 inch photo. From retro selfies to playful animal face filters, the Canon Zoemini provides the ability to customise and quickly print off memories.

In addition to Instagram and Facebook, the Canon Mini Print app lets users connect with Google Photos and Dropbox, so they can print their physical copies of their most treasured memories while out and about.

Weighing just 160g and with dimensions of 118mm x 82mm x 19mm, the Canon Zoemini will be available to purchase from 5th September 2018.

Key benefits:

  • Compact, slim and lightweight, can fit in pockets or small bags
  • Inspires creativity with on-trend filters, frames and AR
  • Prints tear-proof 2×3 inch (5 x 7.6cm) photos with innovative ink free ZINK™ technology
  • Prints sticky-sided pictures to decorate walls, laptops and mirrors
  • Connects effortlessly via Bluetooth® to the Canon Mini Print app (iOS & Android)

What’s in the box:

  • The Canon Zoemini Photo Printer* (Rose Gold/White, White/Silver and Black/Slate Grey)
  • One pack of Canon ZINK™ Photo Paper (10 sheets of Photo Paper and 1 SMART SHEET™)
  • Micro USB charging cable (USB A to Micro)
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Regulation Sheet

About Canon Mini Print App
A mobile device must be connected to the Canon Zoemini Photo Printer via Bluetooth® and the Canon Mini Print App, available for free on the App Store and at Google Play. Compatible with mobile devices running iOS 9.0 or later, and Android devices running Android 4.4 or later.

The Canon Zoemini will be available in Rose Gold, White and Black from September 2018 with an RRP of £119.99/€139.99.

Feb 14, 2017
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Is this using the same underlying technology as the Fuji instant cameras? The size of the print is about identical.
 

LDS

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Sep 14, 2012
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AFAIK all devices licensing the "ZINK" technology are quite alike, but I think Fuji uses the same tech. IIRC Fuji came first, but I could be wrong.
 
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Apr 23, 2018
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typical me2 product. Probably made by the same chinese supplier doing the Fuji-branded units.

Had "innovative" Canon decided to implement direct link to their EOS M50 camera - in lieu of offering an utterly unneeded version in "rose gold/white" - I might have considered purchase. But oh no! This would be "real life useful" and "innovative" Canon does not want this to happen! Therefore, camera has bluetooth built in, printer has bluetooth built-in, but "innovative" Canon still implements a mandatory "smartphone DETOUR" to print out images.

Thanks, but no thanks, "innovative" Canon.
 
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Apr 5, 2014
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Would love to be able to print directly from the camera. Having to transfer from camera to phone and phone to printer is a deal breaker. The whole point of these is to be able to print in the moment.