Uses your iOS-enabled iPhone, iPad or Android device to shoot the image and print the picture to the Canon digital photo printer - easy wireless printing, just connect printer to your wifi network. Includes printer, paper tray, 2"x2" tabletop passport photo cutter, 108 sheet pack of paper/ink print media, power cables, manual & printed Quick Reference Guide. Smartphone/tablet not included.
We’ve created a unique passport photo solution that utilizes your smartphone camera and connects it to a Canon printer for easy and quick passport photos. Using a free app, your iPhone, iPad or Android screen displays an overlay, showing you exactly where to align the subject for a perfect photo every time. Just connect the printer to the same wifi network as your device and you can print pre-formatted, cropped 2x2 inch photos in less than 60 seconds wirelessly from your device.
Most of the setup is already done: the app and printer are ready to go for US passport photos. Our simple, easy-to-follow instructions show you how to connect the printer to your wifi network and it remembers the settings even when turned off and back on. Print directly from the app, no wires and no memory card to deal with. Should you ever want to upgrade and add a camera with a flash (or if your wifi goes down), we’ve preconfigured the printer to also print USA sized passport photos from an SD memory card.
Note: The app disables the flash, so this solution can only be used in areas with ample, bright lighting.
Requires iOS 9.0 or later - works with your iPhone, iPad, or Andriod device.
Smartphone or tablet not included.
iOS, iPhone iPad & iPod Touch are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc. and not affiliated with CFS Products.
Check out this short video to see what is included in the Mobile Passport Photo Printing System.
To connect the printer to your wifi network for the first time, press the wi-fi button.
Select Enable and press OK.
Select Via Wi-Fi Network and press OK.
Select Search for an access point and press OK.
The printer will take a bit to search and display available networks.
Select the one your phone or tablet is on and press OK.
Press menu to enter your wi-fi password. Press menu again to toggle upper and lower case.
Select the characters to enter your password, pressing OK with each one.
When done select Finish and press OK.
The password is displayed, press OK to continue.
Once complete, your printer will remember the wi-fi network even when powered off.
When the printer shows as connected press OK then back to return to the home screen.
On your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad open the Passport Booth app.
Framing your subject is easy, just position their head within the outline guide on the screen.
Align the eyes and chin where noted on the screen. Also make sure there is nothing above the top limit line.
When centered and ready, tap the blue camera button on the screen. It will count down from 3 and take the picture.
If the picture is acceptable, tap the Save button.
Scroll the gray action icons to find Print and tap it.
If you do do not see your printer, tap select printer and look for Canon Selphy CP1300. Tap it to select.
Tap Print in the upper right corner to start the print process.
The wi-fi transmission takes a bit, but the print comes out in 47 seconds once the data is received.
Slit the sheet up the middle, between the 2 photos – there’s no need for it to be straight here.
Place them in your cutter and pull the lever when you see no white edges
Start by loading the ink ribbon cartridge. Note the notched groove and the arrow that shows the insertion direction. Slide it into the side of the printer until it clicks in place.
Next we’ll load paper into the tray and insert it into the front of the printer. Be sure to load no more that 18 sheets at a time.
Take your photos composed with the camera’s shooting guide on the screen.
Remove the SD memory card from the camera and load it into the small slot on the front of the printer. You can also use the wireless method in the above (see previous video)
Next we power the printer by pressing and holding the ON button.
CFS has taken the time to preconfigure the printer for US passport photos. Press the OK button...
Tips for taking the perfect passport picture from Consular Affairs at the Department of State. More information is available at https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports/requirements/photos.html