Canon doesn’t make such paper, and third-party solutions come in rolls rather than sheets–but the i doesn’t have a roll feeder. But it would have been nice if the company had included more-relevant programs instead, such as printer-profiling software. Has the same weight and feel as actual photo paper. My last question, is assuming that I choose the right color profile for my i for the right paper and set the proper driver in color management at the driver level, do I check icc on or off in this photoshop centric environment? Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. I also have an Epson , which I am comparing now.
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You may be working in grayscale Maybe someone can remember the link. GP Glossy Photo Paper – 8.
The ink is also unbelievably cheap; based on Canon’s capacity ratings, we estimate that the ink cost of an 8×10 photo is only 14 cents. I would like to hear from anyone else who has had the luck to moify this new printer. According to the documentation, one port is for USB 2.
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Submit a News Tip! Does anyone know if their is a Canon whitepaper on what is what? BTW if you ever have a problem with the printer head it is user replaceable. There isn’t an moify “dpi setting”, I think the closest to that is the paper-selection. I am using all Canon OEM cartridges and nothing else in my workflow has changed. You can buy excellent third-party monochrome ink sets for thehowever. Also prints so fast it’s amazing to see. Can the oem Canon cartridges be refilled or do you buy dedicated refill cartridges?
I gave up on Epson last year because of nozzle clog problems, what a drag. Hi Are you sure you are still sending ‘greyscale’ images to the printer?
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Canon Mpdify shall have no responsibility for such items except for compatible Canon brand peripheral equipment covered by a separate warranty “Separate Warranty”. Below is a listing of our top FAQ’s. Do you buy refill bottles for all eight colors on the ? You have to work in color in both PS and printing preferences, so that might actually change even your non-edited outputs.
For many users, the combination of speedy performance, first-rate print quality, and a low consumables cost will more than compensate for the Canon i’s otherwise average report card.
Many cameras today include built-in image stabilization systems, but when it comes to video that’s still no substitute for midify proper camera stabilization rig. The Good Extremely impressive color and black-and-white prints; fast; supports paper sizes up to 13×19; can clean nozzles for subset of colors. Without limiting the foregoing, dropping the Product, scratches, and abrasions will be presumed to have resulted from misuse, abuse or failure to operate the Product as set forth in the user’s manual or other documentation for the Product.
Anyone else tried the new Canon i9900?
I cant find it in the driver. Dave – Where would be the best place to subtract the magenta? I’ve used Epsons for many years but now have switched to the i My last question, is assuming that I choose the right color profile for my i for the right paper and set the proper driver in color management at the driver level, do I check icc on or off in this photoshop centric environment?
And even with graphics, where resolution is more important than for photos, we couldn’t spot any differences between the two highest-quality modes.
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Drivers Software Firmware Utilities Loading I99900 presently have an i, but grayscale images just don’t cut it with the Canon inks! The gloss on the Canon Pro paper is just great, and there are NO banding lines I’ve been looking for them nor are there any “digital effects” in the picture.
Is it enough of a refresh to keep up with the times? Bubble Jet Transparencies 8. Every OEM cartridge you buy is likely from a different batch and maybe even from a different factory altogether.