Reviews and Problems with Canon PIXMA Pro9000 Mark II
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18 November 2009
Summary: We were pleased with the quality of the Canon Pixma Pro9000 Mark II . It offered several beneficial features like the PictBridge interface capability. It produces high-quality photos at an astounding rate, holds more sheets of 8.5 x 11” paper than most models and offers above average customer...
For the craftsman who loves to make big, beautiful, prints - the Canon Pro9000 Mark II is the tool you are looking for
Consumer Electronics Net
3 June 2009
Excerpt: I'll jump right into this review with my impressions upon seeing the first 13"x19" print come out of the Pro9000 Mark II, WOW! And I don't just mean the model when I say that. The print was gorgeous too!
Summary: The printer represents excellent value for money. Canon has a wide range of paper types, including double-sided paper and a new style of fine art rag paper that has a matte, textured surface and produces prints with a pastel appearance.
Pros: When the supplied software is installed a Photoshop Plug-in is setup that appears in the File/Automate menu as Easy-Photoprint Pro. Using this plug-in is the easiest way to set all the correct variables for printing. It is simply a matter of selecting paper type and size, then print with border o...
Cons: The ink cartridges are expensive. The best street price we could find is $24. With eight cartridges the cost of consumables is an important consideration in purchasing. Don’t be tempted by third party substitutes. To get the best out of this outstanding printer only Canon inks and papers should b...
Summary: Highly recommended, if you have the space.
Pros: The picture quality from the Pr09000 is excellent. Black and white prints on Canon’s best glossy paper are superb with rich blacks, free of any hint of colour cast. Sharpness and resolution are exemplary. We prefer a good dye ink printer like this to a pigment ink unit because of the smoother sur...
Cons: The demand for desktop real estate is going to be the deal breaker for many potential customers. We were thinking of replacing our venerable Pixma i9950 with the Pro9000 but we don’t know where we would put it. Of course you are not obliged to use the heavy art papers, in which case the printer o...
Excerpt: This printer is one of the latest in a line of excellent inkjet offerings from Canon. It has a maximum resolution of 4800x2400dpi and the ability to print directly from RAW files produced by Canon EOS D-SLRs, with no need to convert them into JPEG or TIFF files first.