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It's the wide-format photo printer you've been waiting for. Precision equipment for your desktop that enables you to print truly remarkable photos that rival those from a professional lab, from borderless 4 x 6 up to bordered 13 x 19. All at incredible speeds and with the ability to retain their brilliance and vibrancy for approximately 25 years when printed on Canon Photo Paper Pro. The S9000 Photo Printer from Canon features out-of-the-box performance for professional photographers and photo enthusiasts that makes photo printing incredibly fast, easy, and affordable.
Printer Type: Color Inkjet Printer
Interface Connection: USB Yes
System Type: PC, Mac
Black & White Print Speed: 6 ppm
Product Title: Canon S9000 Photo Printer
Power Score: 3.6 | 7 Reviews
Color Print Speed: 6 ppm
Paper Handling Support: Glossy Paper, Plain Paper, Photo Card, High Resolution Paper, High Gloss Film, Photo Paper, Banner Paper, Transparency, Envelope, Label
Media Size: Letter - 8.50" x 11", Legal - 8.50" x 14", A3 Extra, A4 - 8.27" x 11.69", A5 - 5.83" x 8.25", Envelope No. 10 - 4.12" x 9.50", B4 - 9.83" x 13.90", B5 - 6.93" x 9.83"
Standard Input Sheet Capacity: 100 sheets
Category: Ink Jet
Height: 7.7 in
Width: 22.5 in
Depth: 13.1 in
Weight: 18.00 lbs
Warranty Information: 1 Year
URL: Manufacturer Link
Base Warranty: 1 year(s)
Black & White Horizontal Resolution: 2400 dpi
Black & White Vertical Resolution: 1200 dpi
Color Horizontal Resolution: 2400 dpi
Color Vertical Resolution: 1200 dpi
Installed Memory: 80 KB
Labor Warranty: 1 year(s)
Media Sizes Accepted: Envelope - US # 10 (4.125" x 9.5"), Sheet - A4 (210mm x 297mm), Sheet - A5 (148mm x 210mm), Sheet - US Ledger/Tabloid (11" x 17"), Sheet - US Legal (8.5" x 14"), Sheet - US Letter (8.5" x 11")
Max Sheet Capacity: 100
Parts Warranty: 1 year(s)
Voltage Supported: 120 V
Dimensions: 7.70" Height x 22.50" Width x 13.10" Depth
Print Resolution: 2400 x 1200 dpi
Product Reviews (7)
I had been looking for a good...
I had been looking for a good printer to print photos for a while. Nothing worked with a mac computer. This printer is fantastic! The colors are vibrant, and the speed is more than adequate. I would recommend this printer to anyone.
By mragusa - Nov 22, 2004
Buy knowing that you will have to...
Strengths: Great Print Quality, speed and the ink last and last.
Weakness: This machine (Depending on usage) will only last 1.5 years, before it needs to be reset at a cost of $75 + Parts.
Buy knowing that you will have to spend money on resetting it. After 1.5 years, you will need to take it in to a repair shop where they will replace the sponges and reset the "Used Ink Tank". The cost is over $150! When you take into consideration that you get all the ink with a new printer, which is worth another $60, then the total is $200. At that price, you might as well buy a new one every...
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Buy knowing that you will have to spend money on resetting it.
After 1.5 years, you will need to take it in to a repair shop where they will replace the sponges and reset the "Used Ink Tank". The cost is over $150! When you take into consideration that you get all the ink with a new printer, which is worth another $60, then the total is $200. At that price, you might as well buy a new one every 1.5 years.
I am in an office so your mileage will vary. I have owned the BJC8200 and never had that problem. But then again, I don't print as much at home. This might be something inheritate by all InkJet printers, but I have not confirmed that. Check with your dealer to see if the printer you're buying has an "Used Ink Tank" before purchasing.
By doriansprice - Mar 5, 2004
I paid under $200 for this large...
Strengths: I have to write because I love this printer because it is fast, quiet does 13" x 19" at wonderful quality. Searching the web I found ink cartridges for $1.59 each whigh makes printing almost free!
Weakness: None because I don't care about panoramas and feel this one aspect does not fairly rate this printer a 1. I will give it a 5 any day and buy another if still available.
I paid under $200 for this large format printer and love the quality you get having the two extra cartridges for C & M half tone. Ink is around $10 a cartridge but found it for on the web at neximaging (-if it is ok to say that, not trying to plug anyone just want to be helpful) for an unbelievable $1.60 each and the quality is perfect!! I can see no difference than with the original.
By qwerty108 - Jan 13, 2004
The best bang for the $ I've ever...
Strengths: Fastest 13x19 prints of any printer; 6-7 minutes at highest quality setting. Glossy or matte prints worthy of hanging in anyone's home; 2 of mine hang on our walls after matting & framing.
Weakness: To print panoramics requires a work-around.
The best bang for the $ I've ever spent on a printer even though I paid top $ when I bought mine. I've previously owned Lexmark, Epson & HP. None of them holds a candle to the S9000.
It's one heck of a bargain at today's prices. Never had a driver problem; sound like an operator problem with another poster.
By jerpat - Dec 7, 2003
I got all hooked on Canon...
Strengths: Fine prints, does not show so much of the digital halo effect between lines of contrast as epson & olympus printers do
Weakness: Driver SUCKS!
I got all hooked on Canon equipment, until tonight. I am now learning into the wee hours of the morning that there is no way for me to print a high quality image without any color distortion because canons stupid driver has to add "warm tones" to everything so the colors are not the same as what you see on your monitor or if you print a standard 'level 4' quality image - which ends up with lines...
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I got all hooked on Canon equipment, until tonight. I am now learning into the wee hours of the morning that there is no way for me to print a high quality image without any color distortion because canons stupid driver has to add "warm tones" to everything so the colors are not the same as what you see on your monitor or if you print a standard 'level 4' quality image - which ends up with lines every quarter of an inch. ARRRRRGGGG!
By haidee - Dec 4, 2003