Summary: This printer was not too long ago replaced with a wireless printer in our library but found a new home in my kitchen next to my laptop. It still works beautifully and has never caused any problems. Prints beautiful color photos but I use it now primarily to print out recipes I happen to want hard copies of.
Summary: The Canon PIXMA MP810 is everything it says it is. Printing is sharp. Photos, when printed on Canon Glossy Photo Paper, are better than what I get from a photo store (like Wal Mart). It will also print from slides with the included slide holder, and these prints are sharp and clear as well. Scanner works extremely well. I am 100% satisfied.
Summary: Got this printer 2 weeks back. Still haven't tested everything, but did scan some old photos and printed some digital prints on 6x4 glossy. The photos are looking awesome and are quite comparable to prints from the photo labs. The print speed is unbelievable, and the ink drys real quick. I used to get my prints from wolf camera, but now, I can get the same quality at home. I still haven't tried scanning in negatives, which is part of the reason why I went for this model.
Summary: I'll keep this short.. First off this thing still has dozens of features i'm discovering that i've just never encountered on printers. The colors are bright and life like. There is virtually no graininess in prints of hi-res digital photos. But thus far the my favorite thing about this printer... replaceable print head...
Summary: After much research, I bought this printer about 6 weeks ago. I have a Canon Rebel XT camera and wanted a printer that would print great photos as well as scan 35mm slides and negatives. So far everything more than lives up to my expectations! I really like this printer and I've had a lot of experience with printers both at home and at work. I am an artist and planned to use the camera to take photos of possible subjects for paintings and print them as a reference.
Summary: Being a graybeard, I have owned many computer printers since my first dot matrix, circa 1978. Until now, each one has vastly outperformed its predecessor. However, the performance of the Canon MP810 is so far beyond the performance of the Deskjet 870 it replaces that "vastly outperforms" is a gross understatement. What should be apparent from the Canon product description is that this printer does virtually anything one can imagine doing with a printer. Quick text?
Summary: I was facing $70.00 to replace the ink in my multipurpose Lexmark or try refills. Color print quality was terrible. Read the reviews from cnet and other sources. My requirements were: separate ink for each color and high quality color prints. The MP810 does everything and more. Especially like the 35mm negative or slide feature. Even the printout door opens automatically if you forget. Next I'll try it with Canon photo paper.
Summary: I'm in love with this machine!!! I have boxes of old negatives, many that I haven't had prints of for years. As soon as I got it set up I started scanning, and I am blown away with the results! They look as good as the digital photos on my computer, and print beautifully! Using with Vista & Adobe Photoshop elements, and no glitches. Also pleased with easy set-up, and user friendly software. Definately a buy!
Summary: This printer has some really great functions. The print quality is amazing for both photos and documents. I have hundreds of 35mm negatives that I am transferring to digital. It is a slow process, but now I can quickly go through my photos and fix red eye, white balance, convert color photos to black and white, etc. It does duplex printing (double-sided like a professional copy machine).