Summary: I bought this printer from Amazon after reading the mostly positive reviews. I was going back and forth between Canon and Epson. I had read that the comparably priced Epson models went through a lot of expensive ink so I went with the Canon.
Summary: I did not have to buy an add-on feature to use the duplex or two-sided printing as I would have if I had purchased for $80 more the competing HP D7360 printer. Also the Pixma holds more ink in each cartridge and for about $4.10 more per cartridge than the HP you get close to 50% more ink in the...
Summary: If you read the reviews on the Canon i950, you'll see the early reviews are generally positive, but the later reviews are generally negative as the printheads started failing a year or two later. I can vouch for that.
Prints too much orange and red, everyone comes out sunburnt
27 October 2008
Summary: My husband bought me this printer for my birthday and at first I was thrilled with the crisp quality of the photos, the user-friendly interface of the software, and the ease with which I was able to connect my laptop, upload photos, and just print.
Summary: My setup: Dell Dimension 9100, nVidia 6800, Dell 19" ultrasharp flat panel, Photoshop Elements 3, Nikon Coolpix 5700 camera. For the initial setup, I inserted the CompactFlash card from the Nikon into the printer and printed a picture on plain paper.
Summary: I am a very loyal consumer and will generally stay with the specific brands I buy. This was true with Epson printers that I have purchased for many years. Common sense finally took hold after the last tank change and subsequent 6 head cleanings before a good print could be made, not to mention...
Summary: On a whim, I printed images in sizes from 4x6 to 11x14 at a professional lab. The images were amazing. Next, I took the same images (JPG format) and printed them on the iP6700D in sizes from 4x6 to 8.5x11. The images were very similar.
Summary: My setup is 2 home-built PC desktops on a wireless network. The Canon software was very easy to install and it was also easy to find the printer on my network -- there was little "bloatware" from the install & I found the directions to be very clear.
Summary: Purchased with little research but it creates extremely high-quality prints and is very user-friendly. Printed perfectly out of the box from my Mac (with no color profiles) and hooked up in seconds to the printer port of my Airport Extreme.