Summary: I have had this copier for 2.5 years now. I use it in a small office setting (3 people) mostly as a scanner/copier for all and printer for one person. My only complaint is when it comes to scanning and multiple computers being able to recognize the printer: 1. My original device still recognizes it. 2. The second device still recognizes it. 3. My first device crashed and I needed a new computer.
Summary: Took a bit of getting used to all the button punching to get to features, but once I got my most-used patterns down, that ceased to be an issue. One thing that is a continual inconvenience is that there is a REALLY wide margin around the edges, and it cuts off critical information when copying documents that don't give the luxury of much margin to work around.
Canon dealers won't service this model. You are on your own if it breaks down with any problem.
Jeremy D. Rodgers "jocdoc", Amazon
7 October 2014
Summary: Works great for about 2 months then lost ability to print to 2 sides then finally print at all around 8 months. The kicker is NO CANON DEALER WILL SERVICE THIS SPECIFIC MODEL. I CALLED 6 AND GAVE THEM THE MODEL NUMBER AND THEY SAID "WE DO NOT SERVICE THAT MODEL AND NO ONE ELSE DOES EITHER. You are on your own on this model. Canon needs to have their authorized service centers required to service their product.
Summary: This is an excellent machine. We had our other Canon copier for over ten years. It was getting a little slow and the copies were smeared. The cost to repair it was more than the D1350, so it was a no brainer. It has a few features that we never thought we would use, but now we wonder how we got along without them, like one step two-sided copies and collation. It was shipped on time. but arrived a day late due to a FEDEX driver error. Anyway, all ended up well.
You CAN Put Legal Size Paper in Cassette/Drawer Paper Tray
12 September 2014
Summary: First, let me say that the reviews from other people about this machine not taking legal sized paper in the cassette/drawer paper tray are WRONG!!! If you are purchasing an Imageclass D1350 printer then believe the Canon information and not the reviews when it comes to what paper sizes the machine can use. All you have to do is remove the cassette/drawer tray, remove the paper in it and slide the tray out until it reaches 8 1/2 X 14.