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|Seller Notes:||“rarely used, like new”|
|Type:||Digital Photo Printer||Technology:||Inkjet|
|Output Type:||Color||Model:||PIXMA Pro9000 MARK II|
|Connectivity:||PictBridge, USB 2.0||MPN:||3295B002|
|Product Line:||Canon Pixma|
|Canon PIXMA Pro 9000 MARK II is a handy Inkjet Digital Photo Printer delivering crisp and detailed color images and files. The 16 ppm printing speed provided by this model makes it easy to complete any printing jobs with efficiency. It is capable to network with various devices through PictBridge, USB 2.0 connections. In addition, this versatile printer has the ability to work as copier, fax machine, scanner offering its users even more beneficial functions.|
|Model||PIXMA Pro9000 MARK II|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||78655318|
|Product Key Features|
|Type||Digital Photo Printer|
|Connectivity||PictBridge, USB 2.0|
|Product Line||Canon Pixma|
|Additional Product Features|
|Printers Special Features||Borderless Printing|
|Black Print Speed||16ppm|
|Media Type||Plain PAPER, Photo PAPER Pro, Photo Stickers, Semi-Gloss Photo PAPER, Glossy Photo PAPER, Transparencies, CD / Dvd Disks, High Resolution PAPER, Matte Photo PAPER, Photo PAPER|
|MAX Resolution (Bw)||4800x2400DPI|
|Computer Operating System||Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition, Apple Mac Os X, Microsoft Windows XP Home, Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows 98|
|Direct Printing Capabilities||Print Photos Without a PC|
|Color Print SPEED Up to||15ppm|
|Platform||M·A·C, PC Products|
|MAX Resolution (Color)||4800x2400DPI|
|Media Capacity||150 Sheets|
|MAX Media Size||Super B (13x19in.)|
|Extend Printer Technology||Inkjet|
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Easy to set up
Good print quality
Great with a major limitation for users in the US
Everything about this printer is spectacular with one exception. The previous generation had the ability to change the country or origin settings to permit CD/DVD printing. This model has disabled that change. As such, the printer, while having the mechanical and software possibility to print on to discs (which I had hopes of doing again like my previous Pro9000 Mark II), is crippled. What ever the legal issues constraining Canon from offering this feature in America, selling a printer in this market with less than complete features (features that are offered elsewhere) is deceptive. I doubt I will buy another Canon pro model again that isn't fully functional.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: ski2359
Slow and steady
The machine does a fairly decent job but is exceedingly slow. Facial colors are a little flat. I does give vibrant color otherwise and the images are very sharp and clear on all papers I've tried (matte, gloss semi gloss, pro luster).
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: fclin18688
Replacement for HP 9650
My large format HP printer started doing weird things after many years of use. The HP had provided a lot of great work, but HP customer service is ... well, there isn't any. I have a Canon scanner which is outstanding so decided to try the Canon printer. The only reason I graded it good instead of excellent is that is has a huge footprint and takes up a lot of real estate. It prints fast and with excellent quality. Paper handling is okay though there are a lot of things to flip "up & down & here & there" to carry it out. I did all my b&w document printing with the HP along with photo work, but I wouldn't recommend that with the Canon, partly because small b&w laser printers are so cheap now and cost per page is much less, but also I just don't like the way the Canon handles the paper for that kind of use.
Totally worth to have it
I'd give the "Excellent" rating if it wasn't because of the high running costs (inks) However if you are not in the commercial production this printer will do it just fine! Has a little too big footprint and large size but for those studio proofs and those small projects the Canon Pixma Pro 9000 MKII has a high quality output, easy to use and setup, reliable and your prints will truly astonish your clients. So far I've printed 12 11x14 and still have ink (original "demo" cartridges) on metallic paper!!! They look (even better) than the one from my local lab... And of course: 10x better than Costco, or those 1 hour labs.
Quality Professional Photo Printer
Following reading multiple reviews for the Pixma 9000 and comparing with other like kind printers, I pulled the trigger on this one. Using good quality photo papers the quality is just as good as a professional lab. The printer is just so-so when using regular stock paper, 22Lb. 98 bright. My HP All-in-one does a better job on regular paper. Ink consumption is OK ,with the printer taking 8 separate cartridges. Expect to pay just over $100.00 for a full compliment of cartridges. However, Canon does offer some competitive deals on ink and photo paper combinations. Don't skimp on the quality of paper as the paper makes a big difference in the output print quality. The software driver is pretty intuitive and allows you to customize and save settings by paper size and printing attributes. This feature is a real time saver. Plus the printing attribute options are plentiful and make a real difference in the quality of output and print. Overall, I'm pleased with this printer and have already reproduced a number of prints that were previously output on a lesser grade photo printer. Set up was easy with very clear instructions provided by Canon. Speed of output is about what one would expect for this level of quality printer, not too slow, not blazing fast, but then again, if you want quality output and the ink laid down correctly on the media, press print and turn to another task. And last, be sure to allow the ink on your media to cure for up to 24 hours before matting and mounting. This is an important tip! Happy printing.