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Canon PIXMA Pro 9500 Mark II (A3+ Printer, 4800 X 2400 dpi) Printer

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  • Gallery quality A3+ & 14" wide professional Inkjet Printer
  • 10 Single Inks for outstanding colour accuracy and gamut
  • Lucia Pigment Inks for image longevity
  • Archival prints on a wide range of Fine Art media
  • Stunning quality printing on Gloss or Matte media without swapping ink tanks
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Technical Details
BrandCanon
Item Weight15 Kg
Product Dimensions35.5 x 66 x 19.3 cm
Item model number3298B008AB
SeriesPixma PRO 9500 MARK II
Number of USB 2.0 Ports1
Wattage14 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB0021AERRE
Best Sellers Rank 63,229 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight19 Kg
Date First Available15 Nov. 2007
  
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Canon PIXMA PRO9500 MKII

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Canon PIXMA PRO9500 MKII

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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By bob stuart on 7 Dec. 2011
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I have used an epson stylus R800 for a number of years for printing photographs, chosen for its multiple inks, and found that although good it was very expensive on inks and the heads were always requiring cleaning, which wasted ink. When it finally could no longer clean the heads and the photos were stripey I looked around for an alternative and the Canon Pixma 9500 pro MK 2 came highly recommended. It has been amazing. It is incredibly quiet, it has printed many A3 photographs and the ink levels have barely moved except for the grey cartridge. The colours are vibrant and I can now see the detail that my Nikon D300 is capable of, A3 prints bring out detail totally lost in an A4 print. I am very pleased with it and quality printing is now routine without having to waste ink and time on constant head cleaning.
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107 of 110 people found the following review helpful By South Wales Dave on 25 Jun. 2010
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Saw this printer at Ipex 2010, thought it was awesome. Ordered and got one via Amazon. Produces excellent prints, black and White images are fantastic. Printing is slow but as a profesional photographer I know slow is best. Comes with photo printing bundle that is excellent and works consistantly with Photoshop . I would recomend this printer for anyone who is serious about their photography and want studio proof prints. Canon's new dye inks give awesome results. If you want a reliable printer buy this one.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Wuzart on 2 Aug. 2011
Bought this to print my own Photo Art Prints for gallery exhibitions, photography competition entries and for resale. Being a professional designer and Mac user I've never been too impressed with Epson printers, either consumer or professional grade, and always found them to be thirsty on ink and easily cloggupable.

This, however, ticks all the boxes. However I quickly discovered it fell foul of 'Epson snobbery' that seems to have infiltrated most camera clubs nowadays, in so much that people assume because it's not an Epson it's not up to the job.

Which of course is a load of nonsense. This printer outputs amazing black and whites and colour prints in equal measure, and the quality of my prints have been outstanding (being a print-based graphic designer and photographer my demands are very high).

I've had my printer around 6 months, and on first use got around 30 A3 prints and about 20 A4s (mixture of black and white and full colour) before I had to swap a cartridge. So far I've only replaced 2 cartridges, but expect that to increase when I start using my printer more frequently again in the autumn.

On the downside the manual is dreadful - The lack of a PDF version was very annoying, as I was hoping to load that onto my iPad for easy reference. Thankfully I found one on the internet after a bit of searching so all is well. Another downside is the inks are pretty much impossible to get hold of on the high street (shops sell most Canon inks but not the Lucia Inks for the 9500 - I can't even buy them in my local Jessops store or PC World/Staples! VERY ANNOYING). But you can pick them up for around £[] each here on Amazon - not ideal for last-minute deadlines, but better than nothing.
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82 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer Viv on 7 Oct. 2010
I chose the Canon 9500 (mark 1) after directly comparing it with the HP9180 and Epson 2880 using a test file. nb the annual Focus on Imaging at NEC is well worth the entrance fees to do this sort of comparison.
The differences were small and your preference could easily be different to mine.
However, the quality of prints I got when I started using it at home were superb - so only minor complaints (eg rather noisy clunks when it starts grabbing the paper and expensive ink).
What is worth commenting on is that for complicated reasons it was turned off about a year ago and left unused. I asked the Canon tech at FOI this Spring what should I expect when I restarted it (!) as I was concerned that the pigments would have settled out and blocked everything requiring a major set of cartridge and nozzle replacements.
In practice I just ran a nozzle clean and everything is back up just as good as before.
So, I recommend it as a professional piece of kit.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Hubbard on 23 Aug. 2012
I cannot fault the excellent quality of the prints that this machine produces, far exceeding any job I've had done in a photo lab. True greyscale printing is a first for me, having been used to the horrible blue or pink tints that previous, less expensive printers produce. My weather photography is reproduced to breathtaking effect, colours are absolutely spot-on.
However, be aware that you will need to spend money hand over fist in order to keep this printer full of ink. Expect to pay over £100 for a complete refill of the pigment cartridges that it takes (all 10 of them) And these cartridges empty out fast. This printer seems to suffer from the same ailment as many others I've tried in that it continuously runs cleaning cycles, wasting ink in the process. Tanks that were showing half full before I replaced neighbouring empty tanks suddenly show up as nearly empty themselves after a charging cycle, I can't seem to keep up with it.
If you are sucessfully selling your prints, then perhaps the cost of ink won't be such an issue.
One star dropped because of the outrageous cost and consumption of ink, but otherwise a fantastic printer.
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