Excerpt: Canon printers have been around for quite a bit of time already. It’s huge amount of marketing onto their printers, scanners and cameras, has made them into a fairly established brand in Singapore now. They get their sales most of the time from long term customers, who trust their …
Summary: I do alot of scrapbooking. I scan my old pictures, burn them for safekeeping and then reprint them on this printer they look wonderful. I have even scanned objects such as lace doilies and printed the out for my scraping. It is easy to use and does not take up much space on my desk.
Summary: I like this iP5200 for my next Canon printer, but hesitate, because I print a lot, and re-fill the tanks; and have since the beginning. Before I purchase, I must make sure I can refill. One ink refill site says to keep answering the on-screen questions until it accepts the cartridge.
Summary: This printer is the same as the 5200 but does not have an LCD viewing screen. I do not print directly from camera to printer so I did not need the screen. My last printer was an Epson from about 2002 and did a good job, but it used cartridges at a high rate when printing photos.
Summary: This review will focus on the printer's CD and DVD printing capability. Yes it can print on this type of media! I've been using these printers and an ip4200 for a very long time now and they work just fine for printing Glossy DVD jackets and printing on the DVD/CD media itself.
Summary: I previously owned a Canon printer that got a LOT of use every day. When it finally bit the dust, it was time to get another printer. I looked at Canon first and selected this model after evaluating reviews, etc.
Summary: This Canon printer is quite fast (even on a USB 1.1),and the colors are great.My only complaints are: Initial print takes a while with a lot of grinding noise. My printer arrived without the clip to hold the yellow ink cartridge in place. (I use tape to hold it down) Overall it is very good