Canon Announces IVY CLIQ and IVY CLIQ+ Instant Camera Printers

Canon Announces IVY CLIQ and IVY CLIQ+ Instant Camera Printers

Today, Canon is expanding their IVY product range with two new instant camera printers for shooting and sharing prints on the go.

Following last year's release of the Canon IVY mini photo printer which can produce 2x3-inch prints on Zink zero ink sticky-back paper, the brand is expanding with two new products that will add camera functionality and more print options.

IVY CLIQ

This instant camera-instant printer combination device will be capable of printing 2x3-inch and now 2x2-inch Zink prints that is user selectable with a button. Users can also easily reprint the last photo again with a new reprint button. It's a 5-megapixel camera that features a square selfie mirror and auto-flash. There's a microSD slot for capturing and exporting photos and a USB port for charging. The IVY CLIQ is the same size and weight as the original IVY printer and comes in three vibrant colors: ladybug red, bumblebee yellow, and ocean blue.

The IVY CLIQ is priced at $99.99 and will be available in late April 2019.

IVY CLIQ+

As the name suggests, the IVY CLIQ+ adds and enhances even more features for the instant camera printer. The IVY CLIQ+ features a higher resolution 8-megapixel camera and a much larger selfie mirror with ring lighting. The ring light can use either 8 or 4 LEDs and the flash can be set to either Auto, Fill, or Off. A custom shutter sound can also be set, or the digital sound can be disabled altogether.

Another added feature is the ability to use Bluetooth and connect to the free Canon Mini Print App to print images on the IVY CLIQ+ from smartphones. Note that photos taken with the instant camera will not be able to upload to the app; it only works from app to printer. Using the Mini Print app, remote shooting with the IVY CLIQ+ is possible.

The IVY CLIQ+ is priced at $159.99 and will be available in sapphire blue, ruby red, and pearl white and coming late April.

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3 Comments

Michael Jin's picture

They said the "Z" word.

I like the ability for this to be both a standalone printer/camera AND a printer BT-tethered to a smartphone! I currently have a Zink printer that's paired to my smartphone. But sometimes I wish it was an all-in-one that didn't need my phone.

No one going to bash them for not having 4K video? I'm shocked....