- Visit our Canon shop to see the full range of Canon products.
All in all, if you are into serious photography and want or need a wide carriage printer, you won't be disappointed. I would caution you though to buy Canon Pro paper for the best results - I have tried others and the results aren't as good.
OK its over £400 but you get what you pay for. I scanned a negative from an SLR camera and took the same negative to PRO lab to be printed to A3. When I compared the results the print I done with the i9950 was far sharper, brighter and more colourful that the one done by the lab. I brought a pack of 10 Canon professional A3 paper for £19, the "pro" lab charged me £13 for doing just one print, do the maths!
The printer is well constructed and easy to use. The software and drivers all work with fantastic ease.
I have started using generic inks as a full set of canon inks will set you back £75. A full set of generic inks cost £13, I can tell you that when you compare a cannon ink print to a generic ink print they are exactly the same. I have tried using different papers and I will recommend using the Canon photo paper with this printer, it is by far the best beating any Kodak, Epson or HP.
Hope this was helpfull....