Reviews and Problems with Canon PIXMA Pro9500 Mark II
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Canon Pixma Pro 9500 Mark II
30 November 2010
Excerpt: The Canon Pixma Pro 9500 Mark II is a dedicated photo printer that offers professional-looking printing capabilities and is also fast too. It has ten dedicated ink cartridges to allow for economical printing and the best quality possible.
Pros: Professional quality-printing, 13 x 9-inch max. size, Decent text quality
Excerpt: is now an established machine so my review is from the point of view of a potential buyer, as a replacement for my existing
Pros: This printer produces high quality images on a wide range of different papers, It is quiet and refined in operation, Totally trouble free it has good build quality and exudes reliability, All the cartridges have dedicated print heads so there is no matt to gloss cartridge flushing when changing from matte to gloss papers
Cons: No Ethernet connection, Small cartridges means that they deplete quickly, particularly the Grey cartridge, Lack of front LCD panel (whilst not essential it surprised me how much I missed the information supplied by this on both the Epson R3000 and my HP B9180)
Canon's flagship photo printer creates beautiful colour and greyscale A3 photo prints
Good Gear Guide.au
21 March 2010
Summary: If you have the money to run it, Canon's PIXMA Pro 9500 Mark II A3 photo printer will blow you away with its image quality on both full colour and monochrome content. It produces prints we'd be happy to hang in a gallery.
Pros: Great print quality for both colour and monochrome content, good ink cartridge life, good paper handling and support
Cons: Painful ink replacement and paper consumable costs, slow print speeds, you'll need to choose paper carefully