Summary: Good sized product...heed their space requirements. Comes with ink installed...purchase extra cartridge 118's for backup when needed. Reorder when ink is replaced. If an office printer, black goes first. Be sure to fine-tune color settings...heed their instructions. Mine didn't come with a color test sheet (hence four stars). Instructions were well-written. Setup was a breeze. Drivers installed clean.
Summary: I've had mine for a while and cannot understand all the complaints about the user interface being difficult to use. I had it connected to wifi, printing, scanning and faxing in 30 minutes to my Mac. The printer drivers allow complete control over the printing, which yields excellent results on documents. I have not tried photo printing, but don't expect much as this machine really is a low-end laser printer, which none print photos exceptionally well.
Summary: I have grown to like Canon copier products because of the fast first page printing. Typically their copiers will give the first print within 15-17 seconds from the time you turn on the power. In my office copying is done a few times per hour and most copiers will go into sleep mode durring that time, so quick on to print time is a big bonus. This is my 5th canon all-in-one.
Summary: Comments about Canon Color imageCLASS MF8350Cdn: I've wanted to replace a monochrome laser for quite some time. The Canon MF8350dcn had all of the features that I was looking for, including the ability to network scan and print. My previous laser MFP needed a USB connection to do scanning but the Canon works great with an ethernet connection. The documentation is really lacking on the 8350 but so far, that has not been an issue.
Pros: Durable Construction, Fast Print Time, Good Paper Handling, Reliable
Cons: Expensive Toner, Large Footprint, Too much toner used