Reviews and Problems with Canon PIXMA Pro9000 Mark II
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Peter H., Newegg
21 September 2015
Pros: Durability, cannot believe it has put out quality for over 4 years and just keeps on running well. Thought I would write review because I have nothing that has lasted this long and put out so much high quality prints.
Summary: After trying Epson and HP, I gave up on both brands and bought an MP950 Canon a few years ago. It performed so well, I decided that when I wanted to print again at home, I bought a Canon Pro9000 MK II printer. Now, this printer is a beast. It's heavy and big but with size comes stability.
Summary: Don't complain about color issues if not using good color management practices (calibration & profile, at the least). If you are using a crummy monitor in a room with funky lights,colorful walls, and using low quality materials, you'll probably get bad results from any printer.
Pros: Did not buy at Newegg, due to special offer. If not for that, they would be my first choice. Used with Canon Pro Platinum paper, the gamut is insane. As good as, and better than prints from a lot of labs. We have a large format printer, and it's hard to tell the difference between this and the La...
Cons: It's a beast. Clear some space for it. No Network capability (but for the price range, I'm not complaining).
Summary: If you are used to noisy, cheaper printers, then this will be a big change for you. Everything on this printer says quality. From photos to every day printing, this printer fits the bill. Best printer I've owned in over 35 years of computer experience.
Pros: This printer is big. It has to be to print out the larger prints it is able to do. This printer is a very high quality printer. It was designed to print photos first and foremost. I have found that it also makes a good everyday printer. Some people feel that it is only good for high quality photo...
Cons: No real cons except if you buy the ink from Canon. Ink costs are high but there are ways around that (CISS). Takes up a lot of space as it is kind of big. Biggest desktop printer I've seen in a while. Don't expect a great first print. Run some standard paper through it for the first few prints as...
Summary: Great so far. For the price, this printer will give you pro quality prints at very large sizes. Much better colors and saturation than older inkjets had. The price of consumables (ink and paper) will far outweigh the price of this machine.
Pros: Canon PIXMA Pro 9000 Mark II ordered at 2:44 a.m. Wednesday. Arrived at 9:35 a.m. Thursday. I did not have "expedite order" checked and had 3 day UPS delivery for $4 on this product. Product arrived in its box with a label attached within 31 hours! I am glad I did not check "UPS 2 day guaranteed"...
Cons: Canon had the product taped up very well. There was a piece of tape that I thought had to come off before turning the unit on. On the far side of the print head. Just to let you know...this holds the print head lever down and isn't holding the print head in place. This wasn't clear. Once the prin...
Summary: It prints great photos and general printing, nothing wrong with it mechanically. The electronic ink sensor is awful and frankly does not work. I truly feel sorry for people that don't look at the tank when they are changing out, they are spending at least twice what they should on ink if they have...
Pros: No problem setting up, prints on gloss paper are gorgeous. easy to use
Cons: Where to start, The printer worked great for 6 months, ink "sensor" not an issue. Then the panel told me it was out of cyan ink , popped open a new ink tank and pulled the "old"one out. It was more than 1/2 full. Called Canon, must be a problem with the tank we will send you a new one, ok. Short ...
Great Printer 7 Stars woul;d be a 10 but NO NETWORK Connection!!!
Steven D., Newegg
30 December 2011
Summary: Going to get a Pixma 9500 Mark II just to see what king of B&W pictures it will do.
Pros: Get it set up correctly and it prints amazing photos beter than the photo lab. Printed full page prints and the ink has not moved. If you find something wrong with the print quality your most likley the problem.
Cons: No network connection. For the cost and the name "pro" you whould think this would be included. For that reason I am calling it semi-pro but I will not take off an egg because the quality is just that good.
Summary: I purchased the printer new probably close to 5 years ago. Got terrific results printing 13x19 pictures mostly of flower from the yard. Used up a 50 sheet box and netted four prints to mont for my wife (gave the rest away).
Pros: Great printer produces outstanding results!!! The current Pro9000 Mark II is probable even better.
Cons: Can be very complex to to use to best advantage. Would not recommend to a casual user.