The Citizen CX02 is a small portable digital photo printer designed for event photographers, picture booths, and retail kiosks. It’s lighter and smaller than the CX model, but it still creates high-quality prints quickly. When printing 4×6-inch images on 6×8-inch media, the ribbon reward function enables more effective usage of ribbon and paper. Photographers who need to print images on the go or in a variety of circumstances would benefit from this thermal photo printer.
- Printing Technology: Dye Sublimation
- Printing Resolution: 300 dpi, 600 dpi
- Finishing options: Gloss, Luster, and Matte
- Printing Mode: Dual Mode (High Speed and High Quality)
- Applications: Event Photography, Retail, Photo Booth and Kiosk
Explore Citizen CX-02 Dye-Sublimation Printer
Multiple Finishing Options
The Citizen CX02 Photo Printer offers many printing finish options, including glossy, luster, and matte surface finishes. With these options, users can choose the finish that most suits their requirements or preferences. The finishing option is accessible via the printer driver. Hence the software that runs the printer and allows users to change their settings and behavior. Having the option to select between glossy, luster, and matte finishes might be beneficial for professional photographers who wish to create prints with a variety of looks or styles.
Lightweight and Portable Printer
The CX02 digital photo printer is made to be lightweight and portable. In fact, it is simple to move and squeeze into confined areas. This can be beneficial for photographers and photo studio owners who need to take their printer with them on the road or set it up in different locations. A smaller, lighter printer is easier to travel and handle than a heavier printer, and it may be more convenient to use in small spaces. The CX02 printer is able to fit into small areas. This feature can be advantageous for photographers who need to set up the printer in a photo booth or kiosk.
User-Centric Photo Printing
The Citizen CX02 Photo Printer is intended to be user-friendly, with simple user interface and media-changing capabilities. Photographers who need to rapidly set up the printer and get it going may find this convenient. Additionally, those who constantly change media may also benefit from it. This thermal printer is simple to set up and use. It’s more efficient and less frustrating, which is vital for photographers who need to generate prints quickly and efficiently. Quick media changeover is especially beneficial for photographers who regularly change media, such as when switching between different sizes or types of paper.
Energy Efficient Photo Printer
The Citizen CX02 Photo Printer features an energy-saving mode known as “sleep mode”. Since it can reduce energy consumption by up to 98%. Sleep mode is a valuable feature that enables the printer to enter a low-power state when it is not in use, helping to conserve energy and decrease the printer’s carbon footprint. This feature is particularly beneficial for environmentally-conscious photographers. It helps them minimize their equipment’s environmental impact and reduce energy expenses. When the printer is in sleep mode, it consumes minimal power and essentially remains in a dormant state. Sleep mode can be activated automatically after a certain period of printer inactivity, or it can also be manually initiated by the user. This not only saves energy but also allows for a quick and seamless return to full printer functionality when needed.
CX-02 Dye Sublimation Printing
The Citizen CX02 thermal printer includes a ribbon rewind feature that helps reduce paper and ribbon waste. The ribbon rewind feature allows users to rewind the ribbon inside the printer itself when a print job is completed, rather than leaving it extended or discarded. This can help preserve ribbon and paper while also reducing the amount of waste generated by the printer. Ribbon rewind is a good feature for photographers who need to print a small number of images to reduce their environmental effects. Rewinding the ribbon after each print job ensures that photographers use as little ribbon and paper as possible. Moreover, it can help preserve printing resources and reduce waste.