Canon PIXMA Printers are getting a major update with a new feature that will allow you to print and cut your own images from a single device.
Canon announced today that it is partnering with Kodak and Google to provide an image editing service, which will allow users to edit and share their own images with a single click.
The new service will allow creators to print, cut, and edit images in a way that they can use for personal use.
“This service is designed to give creators a chance to share their creative work without the limitations of traditional printing,” said Paul R. Stahl, the president of Canon Photonics, in a statement.
“Creators can publish a picture with the click of a button, and they’ll be able to print it with their own printer.
This allows creators to get the full benefit of the camera without having to rely on printing.”
This will be available to all Canon Photonic products and is expected to launch soon.
Canon Photonics is currently working with Google to offer this service.
Canon has been working with Kodacron for years and is currently using their digital camera lineup for the printing service.
This new service is aimed at the printer-to-camera industry and is a major step toward Canon Photons goal of offering an easy, convenient way for people to produce their own printable images.
Canon said it will work with Kodachrome and Kodak to bring the service to other Canon products and to Kodak’s existing printing service, Pixlr.
Users can print their own prints and then upload them to Pixlr for editing.
Canon is also working with the company that is the largest distributor of printers and printers related services, Pivots.
This is a partnership that will help bring Canon Photographers printables to the masses.
You can read more about the service in the press release below.