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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Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.Read more ›
Speed of printing is good, and the Canon printing software which comes with the printer makes printing easy. Additionally you get Photoshop Elements 8 which is good for most editing needs.
Overall, I would hapily recommend this printer to anyone.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
An excellent printer but probbaly not the best choice for everyone. It is superb for monochrome and excellent for fine art printing on various papers but it's not the best choice... Read morePublished 24 months ago by muffin
It makes pretty good prints but takes a long time chuntering on for ages. The ink is expensive and used up quickly.Published on 17 Mar. 2014 by Mr. Adam Ritchie
Don't even think about buying any other printer than this one. It's by far the best printer I've ever owned. Read morePublished on 15 Dec. 2012 by I. A. Dickson
Anyone that does cards, craft in varying size should look at and consider Canon 3+ printer. Quality good and choice of sizes excellent.Published on 26 Nov. 2012 by B.Cleeve
I bought this printer after attending a weekend workflow and printing workshop and decided it was time to start printing my own prints rather than send them away. Read morePublished on 23 Nov. 2012 by Roy
This is the best printer that I have ever used for photographs. The colour rendering is easy to get right, using Aperture on a Mac, the quality of the print is very high, and... Read morePublished on 22 Sept. 2012 by cb
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. Read morePublished on 23 Aug. 2012 by J. Hubbard
Got the printer back in July very promptly delivered as well. Took a while to set up as security tape was all over, but better to be safe than sorry. Read morePublished on 19 Aug. 2012 by rockdog