What equipment do I need to set up a photobooth?

We’ve spent years developing our Expo, photobooths and selfie pods and we’ve tested out loads of different equipment. We reckon we’ve got it sorted now as everything we use is a balance of fantastic quality and great value for money.

Obviously there’s a huge range to choose from but here’s what we use and recommend.

Canon EOS 1300D 18.0 MP DSLR Camera

Canon is king in the photo booth world! All our plug and play units come with the new Canon 1300D DSLR with a 18-55mm lens. High quality, low noise photography.

18 million mega pixels
Stunning 1080p video recording
8GB San Disk Extreme SD card
Camera AC mains power live feed

 

Elo 22″ Touchscreen Monitor

We use commercial standard touch screens. Our plug and play unit houses the best 22″ Elo touch screen on the market today and they are permanently built in to the case for ultimate protection.

16:9 Aspect ratio
Full HD resolution 1920×1080 50,60Hz
16.7 million colours
3 Year manufacturers warranty

 

Intel i3 or i5 Computer

Anything with a lower spec will struggle to keep up with photobooth software.

Processor : Intel i3 or i5
Ram : 8Gb DDR3 1333
Hard Drive : 500gb 7200 Sata II
Network : 300Mb MINI USB WIFI
Operating System : Windows 10

 

Mitsubishi D70 Dye Sublimation Printer

Trusted by system integrators and professional photographers around the world, this compact and lightweight 6-inch instant photo printer from Mitsubishi is a great investment to meet your photographic business needs and is designed to provide years of reliable service. Stack and link multiple units together to fulfil consumer demand. Our preferred supplier is DLK.

Print Method: Dye sublimation thermal transfer

Resolution: 300dpi

Interface: Hi-Speed USB Ver.2.0

Print Capacity: 4×6 400 prints

Printing Speed: 3.5 x 5″: approx. 7.7 sec; 4 x 6″: approx. 8.4 sec; 5 x 7″: approx. 12.7; 6 x 8″: approx. 14.5 sec

Dimensions: 446 (D) x 170 (H) x 275 (W) mm

Weight: 12kg

 

For more hints, tips and advice, head to our Download area. Or if you’re ready to buy, have a look at our amazing prices.

 

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