Canon Australia has announced two new additions to its Pixma ‘all-in-one’ product line.
The MG6150 and MG8150 feature a touch interface and Full HD Movie Print, which allows users to print high-quality still images from high definition video.
Both models are Wi-Fi certified, with no required setup, and have a maximum resolution of 9600 x 2400 with the ability to print 4 x 6-inch borderless photos.
The models can also handle DVD/CD printing and wireless printing directly from an iPod Touch and iPhone using the Easy-PhotoPrint app.
The machines also contain a 6-colour ink system which allows higher-quality grayscale photography prints alongside Canon’s FINE technology, which doesn’t compromise speed while printing high quality photos.
A feature exclusive to the MG8510 model is the ‘film and sliding scanning’ which allows printing from negatives.
Canon is also pushing their Creative Park website where users can download tools and templates for custom calendars and greeting cards.
The manufacturer also announced a new model in its Laser Shot range, the LBP6000. Aimed at the small business market, the unit features an all-in-one cartridge, lower power consumption, and the ability to print on different kinds of media, such as envelopes and labels.
The LBP6000 is capable of printing at 18 pages per minute and produces black and white high definition images at a 2400 x 600 resolution.
It is available through Canon retailers at $149 while the Pixma MG6150 and MG8150 are to be released in October and pricing has not been announced at this stage.