Summary: This is my second Canon photo printer. I love the photo quality Canon produces. My old Canon i850 was more of a workhorse in terms of ease of use, but this one so far is doing quite well. It's more sensitive about paper than my old one...
Summary: I previously owned the Canon i900D- one of the best printers on the market. I had it for years and it recently stopped printing. What a sad day. As a nature photographer I found the 8x 10 prints were perfect in color and hue. So when I set out to replace my i900D I searched for something comparable.
Summary: Bought this to replace an older Canon printer which we had for many years and it is definitely worth the upgrade. Works flawlessly and the copy and print feature via wireless is extremely handy as there are no wires to connect to any computer, so the printer can be anywhere in the room.
Summary: I loved this printer!!!! It actually arrived before I expected it to which is always a plus. The only bad thing about this is that it does not come with a cable at all to connect to your computer. So just run down to walmart and pick you up a cheap one it will do fine.
Summary: This printer replaced an older Canon printer that became obsolete due to unavailability of replacement print heads. Problem with this printer, although the photos come out excellent, is that it takes forever to bring on line.
D. S. Wymore "Golden Age of Hollywood fan", Amazon
17 September 2010
Summary: My old Canon printer at work gave up and died. No one locally works on Mac compatible anything so repairing it wasn't an option. I bought this printer because it was next to impossible to find one for my older Mac. I especially couldn't buy a printer locally that was capatible.
Summary: I had a Epson for many yrs. have only gone thru 2 in about 15 yrs. Still would believe in epson if they fixed the clogging heads problem. tried HP and they are crap. decided try to a Canon. After much research and reading reviews here, decided did not want to invest too much(just in case it sucked).
Summary: My old Canon IP4000 printer finally died. I chose the Canon IP3600 because I needed a color printer with good resolution, but not a $$$ top of the line stand alone photo printer. The IP3600 Printer arrived quickly but did not print, after spending about 30 min.
Summary: The Pixma IP 3600 is a good printer - it replaced my Pixma IP4700. I like the feature of five ink tanks - just replace or refill the one that is empty. The duplex printing - two sided - is a joke.