updated 04:30 pm EST, Tue February 27, 2007
Sony Photo Printers 2007
To support its new cameras, Sony on Tuesday also released two new PictureStation photo printers. Both the FP90 with a flip-up 3.6-inch LCD and the FP70 with a fixed 2.5-inch LCD are said to be light enough for real travel and incorporate their own handles for carrying on a vacation. Common to both is a superimpose mode for applying a custom message for a birthday. The printers can optionally auto-correct photos themselves and have a slew of filters for deliberately emphasizing lights, specific colors, or creating a canvas-effect texture.
The FP70 and larger-screened FP90 should be available in March for $150 and $200 respectively, and should work with any PictBridge-enabled USB camera as well as the Memory Stick cards found in Sony's own cameras. Photos follow after the jump.