Summary: This was the first photo printer I have ever purchased, and got it because of the large-format printing ability. I had it narrowed down to the Epson 1280 and the Canon S9000, and after reading an excellent review discussing these very 2 printers (such luck!
Summary: I purchased this printer from Amazon.com, and it arrived in two days. I had it up and running in ten minutes, read no instructions for printing, played with the provided ZoomBrowser software, bumbled through the on screen menus, and got sparkling 8 by 10 prints on some Epson paper I had purchased a...
Summary: I hesitated to buy this printer because of the price, but now that I have it, I don't regret my decision at all. I read reviews for almost every printer and printer/fax/copier combo out there. Taking everything into consideration, this looked like the best printer.
Summary: I am amazed by the photo quality output of the S9000. Using high res images scanned from 35mm and a Sony F707, the results appear at least the equal to pro-lab prints (using the photo gloss paper). The machine is easy to setup and works with my cluttered Win2000 machine (600mhz 512MB ram).
Simply the best printer a normal buyer can afford.
6 May 2002
Summary: This printer is the best printer before the plotters. It can print till 13*19 at superb quality. I use Canon Photo Paper Pro for my "good" pictures and the results are awesome. I mean, you can easily hang it on the wall. And all this using the Minolta Dimage 7Hi.
Summary: Let me start with the strength of this dazzling product: FAST - SILENT - and most importantly BEAUTIFUL picture quality. There are some more professional reviews out there for this product ([...]) so I don't wanna cover every aspect - just what came to my attention and hasn't been covered there.
Summary: ... The new Canon S900 and S9000 series kick out what appear to be the same quality (if not better) photos than you get from your local film processing center. It's THAT good! I was floored by the performance of my S9000 when I unboxed it last night and printed out a few photos I had taken with my...
Summary: This printer is worth the money. It took about half an hour to setup the printer and load the software. I'm amazed at the quality of the output. I've printed 4x6 photos that I captured with my Canon Powershot S40 and they look like they were developed from film.