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HP Premium Plus A4 High-Gloss Photo Paper (210 x 297 mm, 280 g/m2, 50 sheets)
|Price:||£39.99 FREE UK delivery.|
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HP Premium Plus Photo Paper is HP’s best photo paper delivering professional-quality photos that resist fading up to 115 years. The high-gloss finish, thickness and weight deliver everything you expect from traditional photo processing.
HP Premium Plus High-gloss Photo Paper meets the challenge of even the most sophisticated inkjet photo printers to deliver vibrant, consistent colour, accurate skin tones, and rich, glossy black for stunning, high-impact photos.
HP Premium Plus High-gloss Photo Paper has an impressive high quality finish through matching in weight and thickness with professional photo papers. The special non-stick back coating allows stacking without sticking for unattended printing.
HP Premium Plus High-gloss Photo Paper produces prints that will resist fading for generations - longer than retail processed digital prints - for professional-quality prints that stay rich and vivid.
Colour of product: White
Dimensions (WxDxH): 238.1 x 21.4 x 304.8 mm
Media sheets per package: 50
Media size (1 slide): 210 x 297 mm
Operating temperature (T-T): 15 - 30 °C
Package dimensions (WxDxH): 238.1 x 21.43 x 304.8 mm
Package weight: 980 g
Pallet size (EU): 1200 x 800 x 637 mm
Quantity per box: 1 pc(s)
Weight: 890 g
HP's best glossy photo paper, designed to look and feel exactly like a professional photograph. With hp´s new 6 ink printers, it resists fading for generations - longer than traditionally processed photographs.See all Product Description
Top Customer Reviews
To help redress the balance I have read HP's own specification for this paper as being their best so have given it five stars. If subsequently I feel after buying the product that I have been over generous I'll post an amendment.
Product delivered within a couple of days.
Why it matters is because since Leonardo first described how to create aerial perspective through colour, artists have used the range of blues to draw distance and form. It is an essential part of how we see and paint. When the turquoise colours disappear so does most of the definition in the drawing.
Maybe with a sophisticated printer it is possible to change the settings and get the results, but with an ordinary home AIO photo printer and absolutely NO ADVICE from HP, that is beyond the ordinary consumer.
WHAT A SHAME. It WAS the best product around and NOW it is no good.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pleased with this photo paper. Managed to print off loads of photos perfectly.Published 20 months ago by GranGran
Have used this high quality product for many years. It gives outstanding results and although not the cheapest, I believe is the best.Published on 16 Nov. 2011 by Malcolm White
Delighted with the photo paper. It arrived in good time. I would be happy to make a purchase in the future.Published on 16 May 2011 by Cant Remember