Summary: After having epsom printers for the past 12 years and all the trouble with the heads blocking i decided to change I find the canon maybe a bit slow to set up but printing quqlity is excellent both photo and cd printing.I would have no hesitation in reckomending this printer
Summary: I bought this to replace my clapped-out Canon i865 (no complaints, as it gave me years of good service). It's a better printer in every way. Ordinary text and graphics are beautifully crisp, and stuff from my digital cameras printed on glossy photo paper looks like the work of a professional photo lab. I've laminated several A4 prints and stuck them on the wall behind my computer, and I'd go so far as to assert that they look decidedly classy.
Probably the best ink printer for the price on the market
23 August 2011
Summary: - Superb photo print quality - Fast and silent (however, first warming up/calibrating after being turned off for a longer time - takes ages). - wireless!! that was my priority - very easy to use - intuitive menu - great design - I love to use touch buttons on the top of the printer Can't say for too much about the printing costs. Will update this information after few months. But I think for now it looks pretty good.
Summary: It is amazing how these machines develop over the years; this is my 4th all in one and the second from Canon as I have found them to be the most consistent and cheapest to run. The MG6150 looks sleek and professional taking up less space than any of its predecessors; shiny black finish does catch dust but is easily cleaned with an anti static cloth.
Summary: Am an avid Canon supporter. Like all the other printers I have bought over the years, this model is easy to use and produces very good quality prints. Having the ability to also scan and copy makes this one a very versatile printer. Definitely recommended.
Summary: Have had this printer now for a couple of months to replace my Multifunctional Printer Canon Pixma MP780. This is a massively positive first impression for me, what a nice printer and what a step up from my old one. I decided on this printer, because of my good experience with Canon printers and the top 3 results in the Which printer test. After 5 years it was high time for a replacement / upgrade.
Summary: Looks good, easy to set up. I am a retired lady & I did it by myself! so must be easy. Only thing is you have 2 trays for paper & on setup it & tells you to use the rear tray for glossy paper, fine, but I have to tell it which tray to use each time I want to print text & I have tried telling it to use the same setting unless I change it but after I log off it seems to forget this. I am sure there will be a way to sort it when I have the time to spend on it.
Summary: I really like this printer even though the ink cartridges are small and expensive. It is easy to use, I haven't had any problems except I can not use the scanner with my Mac ibook which runs the Tiger OS. Fortunately I have another laptop that runs Vista and the scanner works fine with that. Great looking prints, B&W are supposed to be especially good as this printer has one grey cartridge.
Summary: Canon Pixma 6150 is a highly reccomended value for money product from Amazon. I searched through other electronic shops and best price was found here... After purchase, straight after unpacking, i realised straight away that this is not a common all-in-one printer (hp related). Setup was a piece of cake, quality of parts is undeniable, just working perfect with top quality (in-home) results.