|Canon Pixma Pro9500 Mark II Photo Inkjet Printer **BRAND NEW SEALED **|
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|Print images with life-like clarity on the Canon PIXMA Pro 9500 Mark II printer. The 4800 x 2400 dpi print resolution from this Canon InkJet printer ensures crisp and clear prints. The Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering in this Canon digital photo printer delivers professional quality and detail for all of your photos, using its patented printhead that is capable of firing ink droplets as small as 2 pl. This Canon InkJet printer is perfectly compatible with all Microsoft Windows and Mac operating systems. Transfer digital media files instantly, using the PictBridge and USB 2.0 Hi-Speed interface of this Canon digital photo printer. The Canon PIXMA Pro 9500 Mark II printer comes with an Energy Star rating, certifying it to be an efficient device that’s high on performance and low on power consumption.|
|Model||PIXMA Pro 9500 Mark II|
|UPC||012339900159, 013803102864, 807027539663, 807027546524|
|Printer Type||Digital Photo Printer|
|Family Line||Canon PIXMA|
|Black print speed up to||9 ppm|
|Max Resolution (BW)||4800 x 2400 dpi|
|Color print speed up to||15 ppm|
|Max Resolution (Color)||4800 x 2400 dpi|
|Platform||Mac, PC, Sun|
|Extend Printer Technology||Inkjet|
|Computer Operating System||Apple MacOS X, Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition, Microsoft Windows XP Home|
|Interface||PictBridge, USB 1.0/1.1, USB 2.0|
|Memory Card Compatibility||MicroDrive|
|Printers Special Features||Borderless Printing|
|Media Type||CD / DVD Disks, Envelopes, Glossy Photo Paper, Matte Photo Paper, Photo Paper, Photo Stickers, Photos, Plain Paper, Semi-Gloss Photo Paper|
|Max Media Size||Super B (330 x 483 mm)|
|Media Capacity||150 Sheets|
Average review score based on 15 user reviews
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This printer is high resolution presentation grade color or B&W printer. If you need an office grade printer, this is not the right printer for you. The ink consumption when printing pictures is between 6-fold and 10-fold when compared to document printing. Budget for large quantities of ink purchase. There are 2 grades of ink. Canon dye based inks (9 series) are the pixma line. They produce accurate colors. The ink drops are very small. The pictures are crisp. The 8-series inks originally shipped with 9000 printer can be used with 9500. The print head carrier must be changed. I haven't done this myself, but know of others who have. I find the print quality with 9-series inks better suited to my taste. You have one USB connection port. Drivers are available for PC and Mac. No drivers for servers. It is not suitable for network deployment. It is a fairly large printer. Make sure you have the space for it. It's not fast. Print speed is about 1-2 minutes for 6X4 print.
Produces some of the best prints I've ever seen. I compared a HP 6 color print (K,M,LM,C,LC,Y) to its 10 color prints (9 actually only uses one of the blacks-Photo Black,Grey, Green, Red, Magenta, Light Magenta ,Cyan, Light Cyan and Yellow). The 6 color hp photo print was dull and grey across the mid tones. The Mark II had so much life and pop!. It also does amazing black and white prints with either a photo black or matte black and a grey ink. This one of only a few printers out there that has a red and green ink. This widens the printing gamut that it can produce by quite a bit. Pigment inks don't run if the print gets wet. I'm using third party refill inks. They are working quite well. No loss of color range. It also has a front paper feed for thick/large papers so they don't have to curl- Which rocks!
Ink is expensive and nobody seems to stock it. i buy it on line without a problem, i just have to wait for it to come in the mail.You must use canon paper or it jams. Quality of print good but it took some finessing to get good color match from monitor to printer. I bought my printer used about one year old. When i turned it on the lights were flashing. Probably from being bounced around in the mail. The manual said the number of flashes indicated the printer would have to be serviced by a certified Canon dealer. My husband figured out how to reset it by holding the blinking button until it stopped. This reset the printer. It did not have this information in the manual so I thought I would pass this info on.
I like the printer but be prepared to give it some effort.
On the plus side the Printer is extremely quiet while printing & makes great prints. On the negative side the printer is unbelievably slow when you first start it up to print, prints somewhat slow, makes a heck of a racket each time it gets a new sheet of paper,uses up ink rapidly and the inks are VERY expensive. I purchased it because it was "new" technology when compared to the Epson 2200 I bought it to replace. All that being said, I would purchase another 2200 instead if I had the chance for a re-do. Oh and if you want to use the rear paper feeder for the 14" paper be sure you get someone with a Phd in Geek to help you out.
This is a printer I have known about for quite some time. My son purchased the PIXMA 9000 and has had great success with it. I knew from that experience I wanted the PIXMA Pro 9500 II. I was not disappointed. The quality of my prints is unsurpassed. I have read that many believe the cost of printer cartridge replacements is expensive. I disagree. The quality of the prints justifies the cost. If there is anything I did not like it would have to be the preparation time the printer requires before even pushing the 'print' softkey. I am one of those folks who wants things now and hate waiting. I don't mind waiting for the print while it is printing, but the run up to that point is annoying. But that is a small price to pay for what is produced. All in all a great buy.