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Canon IVY Mobile Mini Photo Printer through Bluetooth(R), Mint Green

by Canon
4.8 out of 5 stars 5,503 ratings

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Mint Green

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  • Print from Bluetooth and social media
  • Print 2 inchesx3 inches Photos with peel and stick backing
  • Super portable
  • Disclaimer: requires mobile device to be connected to the Canon ivy mini 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

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Style:Printer Only  |  Colour:Mint Green
  • Batteries : 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
  • Product Dimensions : 11.94 x 8.13 x 1.78 cm; 158.76 Grams
  • Date First Available : 19 April 2018
  • Manufacturer : Canon USA Inc.
  • ASIN : B07C68MS2H
  • Item model number : 3204C002
  • Customer reviews:
    4.8 out of 5 stars 5,503 ratings

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Style:Printer Only  |  Colour:Mint Green

Portable and fun, instant printer Zero ink technology, borderless printing Under 50 seconds print time 314 x 400 dpi print resolution 2.0" x 3.0" photos with peel and stick back Edit and customize images via Bluetooth 1-Year limited warranty


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BetsyB
5.0 out of 5 stars Canon Ivy VS HP Sprocket
25 September 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Style: Printer OnlyColour: Rose gold
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5.0 out of 5 stars Canon Ivy VS HP Sprocket
Reviewed in the United States on 25 September 2018
TLDR
Ivy vs Sprocket: Comes down to personal preference . . . everything from instructions, ease of use, to Android app are nearly identical. Canon Ivy's portraits look better (less sharp is good here), but prints lose detail in dark areas. HP Sprocket prints are a teensy bit higher res, better gradations of color, but slightly sepia-ish. See photos.
BOTTOM LINE
They're both fun, easy to set up and use, and produce prints which any "normal" person would find perfectly acceptable, if not just plain awesome. ZINK photo paper packets are inter-changeable: I tried several kinds in both printers & found no difference in the quality, so buy whatever's on sale! Prints end up being about 50 cents each. (NOTE- the blue card in each pack is NOT interchangeable, so save the Canon blue card and reuse it when you use other brands of paper in the Ivy, etcetera. Also, I don't know if it's true for all mini-printers, but HP doesn't require the card inserted with every re-load.)
DISCLAIMER: Both the Canon Ivy and HP Sprocket produced nice clear photos. I'm an artist and a photographer. A lot of my criticisms are for pixel-peepers and other weirdos like me.
REVIEW
I went into this with an open mind, looking for something that gave me "good enough" quality to paste snapshots into a casual travel journal at a reasonable cost. Having said that, I AM a serious photographer, so I did a lot of PREsearch, and I wouldn't have been surprised if I'd felt the need to return whatever printer I purchased. I bought both the Canon Ivy & HP Sprocket in order to compare the two, figuring I'd return one of them. HAH! I like both of them so much I'm not returning either, though I am giving one to my midle son, to justify the purchase. Just FYI-- he's a late-20s tech nerd, and, after test printing with me, he doesn't care which one he gets-- they are VERY, very similar.
PRINT QUALITY
I was happily surprised by the print quality of both the Sprocket and Ivy! There's a teeny bit of fringing I'd complain about in a larger/more expensive printer, but it's not troublesome in these small, just-for-fun prints. I'd also nit-pick about the sepia-ish tone of the HP prints. I tried a filter in the HP app and another in Snapseed, neither successful in offsetting the tone, and the HP filter noticeably reduced print quality, as did filters in the Canon app. Any nit-picking of the Canon prints would be due to loss of subtle gradations, especially in darker areas. For selfies, I preferred the slightly-glam looking prints produced by the Ivy-- my laugh lines were less noticeable! But for "art" prints, I generally like the HP better (resolution, no loss of detail in dark areas.) The HP also cost 2/3 of what I paid for the Canon.
SET-UP
The set-up process couldn't possibly have been any faster or simpler. Slide the top open, drop in a stack of paper, and go. Connected immediately via Bluetooth, no problem finding chosen folder or photo on device.
SIZE
Smaller than expected, very light, shiny, and slippery if you aren't careful. The rose gold isn't super-sparkly, but more metallic/pearly. PS- Buy the case.
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Matt79
1.0 out of 5 stars Canon owns royalty free any images you print
5 September 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
Style: Printer OnlyColour: Mint GreenVerified Purchase
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1.0 out of 5 stars Canon owns royalty free any images you print
Reviewed in the United States on 5 September 2019
Read the terms and conditions in the App Store. You are forced to agree that they have World wide royalty free access to any images you print. For whatever they want. For a printer this expensive I’d think I could at least print in peace. See screenshot attached:
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297 people found this helpful
Hoppaguy
5.0 out of 5 stars Why the Canon IVY printer is better than the Instax camera for instant printing
3 May 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Style: Printer OnlyColour: Rose goldVine Customer Review of Free Product( What's this? )
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5.0 out of 5 stars Why the Canon IVY printer is better than the Instax camera for instant printing
Reviewed in the United States on 3 May 2018
The Good:
- Very portable because of its light weight and small footprint (pic of my iPhone 8 Plus and the IVY printer)
- No ink necessary, just needs the photo paper refills!
- Super easy set up and installation, simply connect via Bluetooth and then add the printer in the Canon Mini Print app
- Fast printing from the app to the printer (prints 1 photo in about 25 seconds)
- Fully charges in 75 minutes
- Mini Print iOS app is awesome and basically a full photo editor, you can do all kinds of effects and manipulations on photos taken all for free (this is my new go to app for photo effects)
- Just all around fun to be able to share physical memories with family and friends on the spot

The Bad:
- I wish the printer could hold more than 10 sheets as you go through them pretty quick
- If possible faster printing time but for this small of a printer, it’s hard to beat

The Bottom Line:
Wow, rarely do I see a new product that is as well thought out as this printer and associated app. I have an Instax camera and while that’s fun, this printer and associated app blows it out of the water. The big difference between the Instax and this Canon printer+app is the ability to take a photo and add after effects on my own phone and then print the photo instantly on the printer. The 2 problems I have with the Instax camera was I couldn’t center the subject easily and also had trouble with the lighting exposure. I ended up wasting a lot of photo sheets trying to get it right with the Instax camera. However, with the Canon Mini Print app, I can see the photo and add text or other effects and then print the photo. This saves a lot of wasted photo sheets. The set up of the Canon IVY printer is super easy in that it just connects via Bluetooth and installing the photo paper just involves popping off the top and dropping in the photo packet (pics attached to review). The speed of the printer for this size is quite good at 25 seconds (video attached). Being rechargeable, light weight and small, it’s great to take anywhere and just throw in your backpack or purse and have the ability to print photos for people as instant mementos. Overall this is a fully baked out device and app and a ton of fun to use and share memories, highly recommended!
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456 people found this helpful
Andrew
5.0 out of 5 stars Great image quality
24 October 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Style: Printer OnlyColour: Mint GreenVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great image quality
Reviewed in the United States on 24 October 2018
The image on the right is from the Canon ivy and the image on the left is the HP Sprocket. As you can see, the image quality and color are great on the Canon ivy. I did minimal editing to the brightness of the image as I wanted to compare the image quality as closely as possible. I'm happy with the printer so far and it is exactly what I need for my 2x3 prints for bullet journalling.
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182 people found this helpful
Kathleen A. Oliver
5.0 out of 5 stars Really nice quality prints and easy to use
8 August 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Style: Printer OnlyColour: Rose goldVerified Purchase
114 people found this helpful