Summary: The Canon Pixma iP6700D printed some of the best photos we've seen out of all the midrange inkjet printers we've tested. This printer's flexibility, ease of use, affordability and excellent photo-print quality make it a no-brainer purchase for photographers of every skill level.
Excerpt: After looking at a range of 15x10cm printers it’s nice to be back to an A4 offering that is quick, produces excellent output and can also print direct onto CD’s, alas it refuses to make the tea.
Summary: The iP6700D is a good six-ink photo printer with a nice LCD and PC-less printing options. However, it's not the fastest, and iP6600D owners won't need to upgrade unless the improved paper support or Canon-to-Canon feature is on their wish list.
Excerpt: The is a 6 colour photo printer that appears to be aimed at the digital camera user who would rather not be fussed with a computer and image editing software. The printer has the standard USB interconnect with a computer but it also has slots for CF and SD memory cards, a port for Pictbridge...
Pros: The quality of reproduction from the Canon Pixma iP6700D is stunning. We tried just about every printing medium including photo stickers, double-sided album paper, T shirt transfers, CD labels and good old plain paper and the results were consistently good. Using Canon’s Photo Paper Pro the pictu...
Cons: We enjoy showing off the infra red connection to sceptical pals — take a photo with the mobile phone, point it at the printer, press the send button and… Wait! 3 minutes and 40 seconds to turn out a single 10 by 15cm print. Boy, that is slow.
Conclusion: Avec sa nouvelle gamme Pixma, Canon veux démontrer au grand public son savoir-faire en impression photo face à Epson et HP. La 6700D représente ainsi le fleuron de la série en impression photo A4.