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Photo Printers Can you tell me which photo printer is compatible with my camera?

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Hey qlj2008,
Without knowing what camera you do have I will say that almost all photo printers are compatible with all digital cameras. Once you do get a photo printer I would definitely suggest purchasing high quality photo paper and ink for it. I hope this helps!

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Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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