Summary: I've set up ten of these printers for my office. Each one has trouble picking up paper from the cassette. The cassette is the default paper source and if there is no paper loaded, it *will* *not* automatically switch to the rear paper tray as I expected it would.
Summary: I got this printer to use as a printer to print edible images for my cake decorating. I also purchased the edible inks but it did not come with the photo black. Does anyone know if you can use the ordinary photo black with the rest of the edible ink? Does not make sense.
Summary: Bought this printer based on reviews. Have had it about a year. After about three months, it started making weird 'squeaking' noises. After contacting Canon found out it was 'cleaning the heads.' OK. My other printers did that once in a while.
Summary: This is my second Canon printer, the previous (S800) lasted for about 10 years until I wore out the print-head. The ip-3600's internal construction does not appear to be as good as the S800; however it is easy to set up and get to work and it provides well balanced color prints immediately.
Summary: I purchased this because it is relatively cheap, and the 4600 model had good reviews on the photo quality. I needed a printer that could do everyday printing as well as photo. I also purchased it because my late and great Photomate Deluxe printer ink is becoming incresingly difficult to find.
Pros: Relatively quiet for the size of printer, ink appears to last a decent amount of time, isn't overly weighty or big, relatively fast 4"x6" photo printing, looks sleek?
Cons: Poor 8 1/2"x11" paper tray, photo printing colors always come out with a yellowish tint, makes a lot of random movements/noise when not in use.
Summary: The set-up unexpectedly turned out to be a huge pain. The first surprise came when we unpacked the printer and realized Canon penny-pinchers didn't supply the usb cable. So if you really want to use your printer, buy usb cable (like .
Excerpt: IMPULSE PURCHASE Those of you who have read my previous reviews will know I act completely on impulse buying, in my business I am currently packaging around 10-15 parcels a week and decided it would be much more professional to have some pretty address stickers rather than my usual scrawl.