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Header: Pro9500 using Canon Museum Etching Paper
Reviewed By: Lawrence T. Bailey "Larry Bailey"
Date Reviewed: September 1, 2007
I too, ordered this printer before it came out. When it finally arrived, I immediately started printing some landscape pictures that I was anxious to see in large format. I had purchased the Canon 13"x19" Variety Pack to get an idea of which paper worked best with this printer. I immediately settled on the Fine Art Museum Etching paper. The depth of the images when used with this pigment printer is just amazing. They come out looking like oil paintings. I have printed over 100 of these pictures using this paper and have never been disappointed with the results. The cost per print is not cheap, but I think the quality of the prints makes it well worthwhile.
The only problem I have encountered with the printer occured about 10 days after I received it when it completely died. A call to Canon Tech Support quickly determined that it needed to be replaced. I had the replacement two days later and returned the defective unit with no problems.
I just love this printer using this particular paper. I agree that printing to glossy paper did not produce terrific results, but I seldom print to glossy paper anyway.
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Reviewed By: R. Allen
Date Reviewed: December 17, 2007
I see quite a few complaints about the print quality on glossy paper, but I also agree with those who say that that is simply the nature of pigment ink. As it stands, I have found this printer to provide a satisfactory introduction to pigment ink-jet printing if you adjust a few things about your thinking :) When I bought it, I was not at all concerned with print speed, thinking that to be an extremely low priority when compared to image quality. I wanted something that could print larger formats, and have the prints be durable. Its print quality in my eyes surpasses that of my Canon S820 (RIP) and i860 when fed good paper. It seems to be sturdily made, and compared to what I have owned, it does excellent black and white prints, which opens another door for me (even if the high-gloss door is now closed). Yes, the colors are not as punchy as the dye printers on some media, but they do seem to be more of a match to what I see on-screen, meaning that if I want punch it should be in my original image first. On the other hand, if I have a subtle tone in my image, I have no worries about being able to print it. Long story short, look at your pictures, look at the paper you want to use, then go choose a printer. If you require an accurate print on fine-art paper at a decent variety of sizes, it is not a bad choice, but profiles are easier to find for the Epsons.
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