Canon S820 Photo Printer

Color - 3.5 ppm Mono - 4 ppm Color - USB, Parallel - PC, Mac - MPN: 6859A001
Product Details
Description
Imagine. Brilliant 4 x 6 borderless photos in about 60 seconds-and 8.5 x 11 photos in approximately two minutes. The Canon S820 Photo Printer delivers it all and so much more, quickly and easily. It's the performance and innovation you'd expect from a company with more than 60 years of leadership in imaging and photographic technology. The S820 Photo Printer produces photo prints of silver-halide quality, thanks to a high-performance 6-color ink system. It combines standard cyan, magenta and yellow ink tanks with one-sixth density photo cyan, photo magenta and black ink tanks in one printhead-making 2400 x 1200 dpi photo-quality printing available. Plus, Canon advanced MicroFine Droplet Technology combines cutting-edge achievements in ink-droplet size, accurate ink application, consistent droplet quality and ink composition. The result is spectacular print resolution, up to 49 gradation levels, dramatically reduced graininess and breathtaking detail and color reproduction.
Quick Glance
Functions Printer
Printer Type Color Inkjet Printer
Interface Connection USB Yes, Parallel Yes
System Type PC, Mac
Black & White Print Speed 3.5 ppm
User Reviews
5 Star Review   By member rdp49ers - Oct 25, 2003   

Strengths: Nice color prints look as good as photo shops

Weakness: You must no you have to use canon paper for prints to look good

I bought mine new off the web for 100.00 best buy I have yet..Like I said if you use other paper that is not canon paper the prints look bad. I thought I had a bad printer till I put a sheet of canon paper in the printer.

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5 Star Review   By member JSwinney - Jul 5, 2003   

Strengths: Professional quality photos, fast too! 6 tanks make waste almost zero.

Weakness: Canon riggs their photo ink to work only on Canon paper. A little slow on normal every-day printing.

Amazing! You cannot tell the differnce with it's pictures and a 35mm camera. It's also suprisingly fast on photo printing. I also have the Canon Power Shot S200; they make an amazing combo! If you want to use other brands of paper, choose Custom print quality and then click advanced, move the slider all the way to the highest quality. It goes slow, but you can use other brands of paper that way.

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5 Star Review   By member Gahawn - Jun 1, 2003   

Strengths: Outstanding photo quality. Great full bleed photo prints. Inexpensive individual inks.

Weakness: None that I've found.

This is by far the best printer for the price. Consumer Reports rates it best for durability and color reproduction and after seeing the photos, I believe them. If you already have a digital camera, this is the printer to buy. If you don't have a camera, get the Canon PowerShot series since it uses print technology that exactly matches the color to the photo. Printing is fast considering how much detail is in the pictures. Individual ink cartridges make ink replacement much more cost effective than competitors.

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5 Star Review   By member nickfree - May 26, 2003   

Strengths: Print quality, cost of consumables, low noise, attractive.

Weakness: Poor print quality *only* in draft mode with plain paper. Somewhat slow.

Buy it. As a professional graphic designer who uses $10K+ proofers on a regular basis I don't expect much from a cheapie home printer, but this thing delivers. If you use the hi-res paper from canon ($10/100pages)you can get stunning quality affordably. Bleed printing is nice too. Black and white only looks good on plain paper if you set it to the highest quality mode which slows it down to a painful pace. (hope you don't need to print more than 10 pgs this way!) The best thing is the cost of consumables. Each ink tank color is seperate to start with, then when you replace a cartridge, it's as low as $5/color. Eat that HP. Never again will I contibute to the excessive gouging HP does with their cartridges. HP's cost around $50 for both cartridges and only last a short time. If you print color pages regularly, you could be in for an expensive suprise.

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4 Star Review   By member jrh_cdh1993 - Apr 28, 2003   

Strengths: $99 after rebate! Six ink tank save a bundle on ink refills. Great letter size pictures from both a 2.1mp and 3.1mp camreas. Setup was a breeze, was printing off of internet in no time.

Weakness: Louder than I excepted.

I got my S820 for Christmas for my family. I did several months of research both here at PC WORLD and reading CONSUMERS REPORTS. Cost was a major factor because we also just got a new DELL computer, and a digital camera. I decided on the S820 after seeing pictures printed off of it and several HPs, and EPSONS. I couldn't tell the differance at 8 by 10 sizes! The S820 is an excellant black and white picture printer. I've restored several 50's and 40's pictures of family and they were outstanding. The S820 works well with MICROSOFT IMIAGING PRO, my sofware of choice. I know its taboo, but I use a refill kit for photoprinters and have refilled all of my colors at leaste three times each. And I'm only half way through the ink supply! I figured it was worth the risk. I would have paid $84 for a complete refill of ink at a local store. I paid $17 for the whole refill kit! The S820 is cheap enough to buy again if I messed it up. I've went through about 1500 pages of print for our unions newsletter, and 138 letter size photos for my mothers high school reunion! The S820 hasn't missed a lick.

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4 Star Review   By member cuervo03 - Mar 4, 2003   

Strengths: Picture quality.

Weakness: Slow to start a print job. Won't print through DOS. Expensive cartridges.

I greatly enjoy this printer but there are some weaknesses. When printing on the Photopaper Pro sample paper included with the printer, I had severe discoloration after several months of a photo in my office. Granted, Canon's ink is advertised for color-fastness under glass, but who frames every photo? I have had very good prints on Kodak Ultima paper without fading and without being under glass. If you have any old DOS programs, they won't work with the new Canon printers. The cartridge issue may be sort of moot. I can't ague 4 vs. 6 colors, but I changed all of my color cartridges within a couple of weeks of each other--at $12 a pop. Having to buy several individual colors probably equates to buying one multi-color cartridge unless you know you'll be doing photos that concentrate on one color.

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5 Star Review   By member chunrayxia - Mar 4, 2003   

Strengths: Best cost/performance. Mostly exceed traditional film based pictures. With careful color tuning up, it could get close to professional results. Ink cost relatively low.

Weakness: Software came with the printer has no much editing capability. (Epson will provide ArcSoft PhotoImpression). Photo Easy Print is made too easy to control the result.

For photo only tasks, S820 is superior to I850 by its 6 color system. It delivers very rich color levels and details, without visible grain patterns, mostly better than film based photos, specially on large size like 8x10. Thanks for manual color adjustment, the color balance is CMY adjustable such that I can get the color tone very close to Kodar Professional process (e.g. C-12 and M+10 for my Sony DSC-P7 camera). The result of Epson may please most people with enriched color intensity and image sharpness. This can be achieved by Canon's software based Image Optimizer Pro (an option at the driver or PhotoRecord tool). Unfortunately, EasyPhotoPrint software disabled the manual printer adjustment. Aftermarket photopapers and ink refills make the cost of a borderless 8.5x11 printout getting close to the unit cost of a 4x6 film based photo (film + photo processing). S820's separate ink cartridges ease the refill job (mostly on PM, PC, then Y colors). No idea on the lifespan of its printing head (manufacture doesn't specify)

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5 Star Review   By member cwhard - Feb 24, 2003   

Strengths: Exceptional Photo Quality. Incredibly Fast! The interface (software & drivers) are the best I have ever seen. Boarderless photo printing is very nice. ;-)

Weakness: Paper handling - Could have a "Full-Time" 4 X 6 slot as well as a paper slot. I know, I know, I am asking a lot. But you DID ask...

I bought and used a more expensive HP 990 CSE for a year, and while the text was EXCELLENT, it left much to be desired in Photo mode. The Canon I bought for $100 and the Hewlett Packard was $250. You decide for yourself... If all you do is office work, the HP can't be beat. But if printing photos is your thing, then get a Canon 820S (or better). You won't be disappointed. -CWH

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4 Star Review   By member kev8249 - Jan 2, 2003   

Strengths: Amazing photo quality.As good as proffesional services.Fast photo prints and text.Text is excellent quality.Printer software is easy to setup & use.

Weakness: Found none

This is the best printer I have used.Simple,easy set up and functions. Of excellent quality.After looking and comparing other products,this won hands down.Photos are crisp,clean, and vibrant.Text is sharp and neat.You wont regret it.

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4 Star Review   By member artylv - Dec 7, 2002   

Strengths: Fast, excellent quality photos, inexpensive ink. Very good set-up software for photos. Hard to beat at current internet prices.

Weakness: Requires almost exclusive use of Canon paper. This could almost be a plus since the Canon paper is of noticeably higher quality and about the same price as all but the discount papers.

Had just purchased an HP 5550 for general and photo use which I thought was outstanding. However, for the high volume of photo printing I do the Canon 820 will end up saving me a ton of $ in ink costs. Couldn't see putting out the extra money for the "D" model.

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Product Details
Description
Imagine. Brilliant 4 x 6 borderless photos in about 60 seconds-and 8.5 x 11 photos in approximately two minutes. The Canon S820 Photo Printer delivers it all and so much more, quickly and easily. It's the performance and innovation you'd expect from a company with more than 60 years of leadership in imaging and photographic technology. The S820 Photo Printer produces photo prints of silver-halide quality, thanks to a high-performance 6-color ink system. It combines standard cyan, magenta and yellow ink tanks with one-sixth density photo cyan, photo magenta and black ink tanks in one printhead-making 2400 x 1200 dpi photo-quality printing available. Plus, Canon advanced MicroFine Droplet Technology combines cutting-edge achievements in ink-droplet size, accurate ink application, consistent droplet quality and ink composition. The result is spectacular print resolution, up to 49 gradation levels, dramatically reduced graininess and breathtaking detail and color reproduction.
Quick Glance
Functions Printer
Printer Type Color Inkjet Printer
Interface Connection USB Yes, Parallel Yes
System Type PC, Mac
Black & White Print Speed 3.5 ppm
Summary
Product Title Canon S820 Photo Printer
Manufacturer Canon
Power Score 4.7 | 15 Reviews
Printing
Color Print Speed: 4 ppm
Maximum Print Resolution: 2400 x 1200 dpi
Media Handling
Media Size: Letter - 8.50" x 11", Legal - 8.50" x 14", A4 - 8.27" x 11.69", A5 - 5.83" x 8.25", Envelope No. 10 - 4.12" x 9.50"
Paper Handling Support: Plain Paper, Banner Paper, Photo Card, Photo Paper, Glossy Paper, Envelope, Bright White Paper, Transparency
Standard Input Sheet Capacity: 100 sheets
General
Category: Ink Jet
Class: Printer
Dimensions
Height: 7.0 in
Weight: 11.00 lbs
Width: 16.9 in
Depth: 11.6 in
Warranty
Warranty Information: 1 Year
More Info
URL: Manufacturer Link
Additional Specifications
Product Series: S
Black & White Horizontal Resolution: 2400 dpi
Voltage Supported: 120 V
Dimensions: 7" Height x 16.90" Width x 11.60" Depth
Maximum Color Print Speed (ppm): 4
Labor Warranty: 1 year(s)
Max Sheet Capacity: 100
Parallel Port: Yes
Operating Power Consumption: 24 W
Print Resolution: 2400 x 1200 dpi
Installed Memory: 80 KB
Media Handling: 1 x Input Tray 100 Sheet
Recommended Use: Plain Paper Print
Color Vertical Resolution: 1200 dpi
Description: 0
Media Sizes Accepted: Envelope - US # 10 (4.125" x 9.5"), Sheet - A4 (210mm x 297mm), Sheet - A5 (148mm x 210mm), Sheet - US Legal (8.5" x 14"), Sheet - US Letter (8.5" x 11")
Base Warranty: 1 year(s)
Frequency Band: Supports Exif 2.2 print, which is the new industry standard for enhancing communication between digital cameras and printers The printer can read image data relevant to the shooting conditions (eg white balance, exposure) 1,536 nozzles (256 x 6 colors) 4" x 6" borderless photos in approx. 60 seconds. 6 individual ink tanks reduce waste.
Parts Warranty: 1 year(s)
Color Horizontal Resolution: 2400 dpi
Black & White Vertical Resolution: 1200 dpi
Maximum Mono Print Speed (ppm): 3.5
User Reviews
5 Star Review   By member rdp49ers - Oct 25, 2003   

Strengths: Nice color prints look as good as photo shops

Weakness: You must no you have to use canon paper for prints to look good

I bought mine new off the web for 100.00 best buy I have yet..Like I said if you use other paper that is not canon paper the prints look bad. I thought I had a bad printer till I put a sheet of canon paper in the printer.

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5 Star Review   By member JSwinney - Jul 5, 2003   

Strengths: Professional quality photos, fast too! 6 tanks make waste almost zero.

Weakness: Canon riggs their photo ink to work only on Canon paper. A little slow on normal every-day printing.

Amazing! You cannot tell the differnce with it's pictures and a 35mm camera. It's also suprisingly fast on photo printing. I also have the Canon Power Shot S200; they make an amazing combo! If you want to use other brands of paper, choose Custom print quality and then click advanced, move the slider all the way to the highest quality. It goes slow, but you can use other brands of paper that way.

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5 Star Review   By member Gahawn - Jun 1, 2003   

Strengths: Outstanding photo quality. Great full bleed photo prints. Inexpensive individual inks.

Weakness: None that I've found.

This is by far the best printer for the price. Consumer Reports rates it best for durability and color reproduction and after seeing the photos, I believe them. If you already have a digital camera, this is the printer to buy. If you don't have a camera, get the Canon PowerShot series since it uses print technology that exactly matches the color to the photo. Printing is fast considering how much detail is in the pictures. Individual ink cartridges make ink replacement much more cost effective than competitors.

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5 Star Review   By member nickfree - May 26, 2003   

Strengths: Print quality, cost of consumables, low noise, attractive.

Weakness: Poor print quality *only* in draft mode with plain paper. Somewhat slow.

Buy it. As a professional graphic designer who uses $10K+ proofers on a regular basis I don't expect much from a cheapie home printer, but this thing delivers. If you use the hi-res paper from canon ($10/100pages)you can get stunning quality affordably. Bleed printing is nice too. Black and white only looks good on plain paper if you set it to the highest quality mode which slows it down to a painful pace. (hope you don't need to print more than 10 pgs this way!) The best thing is the cost of consumables. Each ink tank color is seperate to start with, then when you replace a cartridge, it's as low as $5/color. Eat that HP. Never again will I contibute to the excessive gouging HP does with their cartridges. HP's cost around $50 for both cartridges and only last a short time. If you print color pages regularly, you could be in for an expensive suprise.

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4 Star Review   By member jrh_cdh1993 - Apr 28, 2003   

Strengths: $99 after rebate! Six ink tank save a bundle on ink refills. Great letter size pictures from both a 2.1mp and 3.1mp camreas. Setup was a breeze, was printing off of internet in no time.

Weakness: Louder than I excepted.

I got my S820 for Christmas for my family. I did several months of research both here at PC WORLD and reading CONSUMERS REPORTS. Cost was a major factor because we also just got a new DELL computer, and a digital camera. I decided on the S820 after seeing pictures printed off of it and several HPs, and EPSONS. I couldn't tell the differance at 8 by 10 sizes! The S820 is an excellant black and white picture printer. I've restored several 50's and 40's pictures of family and they were outstanding. The S820 works well with MICROSOFT IMIAGING PRO, my sofware of choice. I know its taboo, but I use a refill kit for photoprinters and have refilled all of my colors at leaste three times each. And I'm only half way through the ink supply! I figured it was worth the risk. I would have paid $84 for a complete refill of ink at a local store. I paid $17 for the whole refill kit! The S820 is cheap enough to buy again if I messed it up. I've went through about 1500 pages of print for our unions newsletter, and 138 letter size photos for my mothers high school reunion! The S820 hasn't missed a lick.

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4 Star Review   By member cuervo03 - Mar 4, 2003   

Strengths: Picture quality.

Weakness: Slow to start a print job. Won't print through DOS. Expensive cartridges.

I greatly enjoy this printer but there are some weaknesses. When printing on the Photopaper Pro sample paper included with the printer, I had severe discoloration after several months of a photo in my office. Granted, Canon's ink is advertised for color-fastness under glass, but who frames every photo? I have had very good prints on Kodak Ultima paper without fading and without being under glass. If you have any old DOS programs, they won't work with the new Canon printers. The cartridge issue may be sort of moot. I can't ague 4 vs. 6 colors, but I changed all of my color cartridges within a couple of weeks of each other--at $12 a pop. Having to buy several individual colors probably equates to buying one multi-color cartridge unless you know you'll be doing photos that concentrate on one color.

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5 Star Review   By member chunrayxia - Mar 4, 2003   

Strengths: Best cost/performance. Mostly exceed traditional film based pictures. With careful color tuning up, it could get close to professional results. Ink cost relatively low.

Weakness: Software came with the printer has no much editing capability. (Epson will provide ArcSoft PhotoImpression). Photo Easy Print is made too easy to control the result.

For photo only tasks, S820 is superior to I850 by its 6 color system. It delivers very rich color levels and details, without visible grain patterns, mostly better than film based photos, specially on large size like 8x10. Thanks for manual color adjustment, the color balance is CMY adjustable such that I can get the color tone very close to Kodar Professional process (e.g. C-12 and M+10 for my Sony DSC-P7 camera). The result of Epson may please most people with enriched color intensity and image sharpness. This can be achieved by Canon's software based Image Optimizer Pro (an option at the driver or PhotoRecord tool). Unfortunately, EasyPhotoPrint software disabled the manual printer adjustment. Aftermarket photopapers and ink refills make the cost of a borderless 8.5x11 printout getting close to the unit cost of a 4x6 film based photo (film + photo processing). S820's separate ink cartridges ease the refill job (mostly on PM, PC, then Y colors). No idea on the lifespan of its printing head (manufacture doesn't specify)

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5 Star Review   By member cwhard - Feb 24, 2003   

Strengths: Exceptional Photo Quality. Incredibly Fast! The interface (software & drivers) are the best I have ever seen. Boarderless photo printing is very nice. ;-)

Weakness: Paper handling - Could have a "Full-Time" 4 X 6 slot as well as a paper slot. I know, I know, I am asking a lot. But you DID ask...

I bought and used a more expensive HP 990 CSE for a year, and while the text was EXCELLENT, it left much to be desired in Photo mode. The Canon I bought for $100 and the Hewlett Packard was $250. You decide for yourself... If all you do is office work, the HP can't be beat. But if printing photos is your thing, then get a Canon 820S (or better). You won't be disappointed. -CWH

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4 Star Review   By member kev8249 - Jan 2, 2003   

Strengths: Amazing photo quality.As good as proffesional services.Fast photo prints and text.Text is excellent quality.Printer software is easy to setup & use.

Weakness: Found none

This is the best printer I have used.Simple,easy set up and functions. Of excellent quality.After looking and comparing other products,this won hands down.Photos are crisp,clean, and vibrant.Text is sharp and neat.You wont regret it.

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4 Star Review   By member artylv - Dec 7, 2002   

Strengths: Fast, excellent quality photos, inexpensive ink. Very good set-up software for photos. Hard to beat at current internet prices.

Weakness: Requires almost exclusive use of Canon paper. This could almost be a plus since the Canon paper is of noticeably higher quality and about the same price as all but the discount papers.

Had just purchased an HP 5550 for general and photo use which I thought was outstanding. However, for the high volume of photo printing I do the Canon 820 will end up saving me a ton of $ in ink costs. Couldn't see putting out the extra money for the "D" model.

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5 Star Review   By member bochba - Nov 13, 2002   

Strengths: Very excellent Photo Print quality, on various media. Ink consumption is very good (low). Easy to set up and use different paper profiles. Software is great.

Weakness: Text printing is not 10 ppm.

I am very impressed with the quality of this printer. the other reviews mention problem with other media (non-canon photo paper) I thought this would be a problem as well, but with the Kodak paper there was a "how to use this paper with various printers" sheet. Without this sheet the output would have been disastrous. Example: Kodak photo paper settings are "Plain Paper-Custom-Quality set to Fine". This produced images 99% as good as the Canon Photo Pro. Down side to this is the print time is more than twice as long using the Kodak Paper, but it is 1/3 the price. After saying all that the Canon Photo Pro Paper does produce the best results and the best print speeds

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5 Star Review   By member micswavo - Oct 16, 2002   

Strengths: Excellent photo prints. Very good text prints. Very good on ink. 6 ink tanks.

Weakness: Did'nt come with 500 sheets of photopaper.

I've been doing a lot of 8.5*11 photo prints with a 4 megapixel digital camera, and i got to tell you that they are better then the ol photoshop down the street.Very crisp and clean print outs. My friends can't believe how sharp the pictures are. Thanks to the Canon, i be picture happy! If a picture is worth a 1000 words, well, you do the math I see there's talk about what kind of paper to use. Get on line and try Jet PrintPhoto pro. You can get a case for around a 100 beans, give or take, and thats 1000 sheets. So do the math and save some serious money, like for ink, and when you get real serious goto Nu-Jet and buy ink buy the bottle and do your own refills. Just drill a small hole, fill, then dab it with silicon. Easy, fast, and sure beats 12 bucks per tank! I went and got an Epson 2400 scanner and now i have more "friends" then i thought i had. Funny how one loses count of his friend's. Ink and paper by bulk is the only way to go, then you can have fun without worrying about getting costly ink and paper. After all, isn't that why you got the printer in the first place???

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5 Star Review   By member boybuddha - Oct 16, 2002   

Strengths: Perfect photo copies, 6 ink tank cartridge,good software options for printing enhancement.

Weakness: havent found any yet

I am enjoying this printer; the photos are ultra-realistic and the software programs that come with it are very handy. The price is reasonable as well. This is one great printer!

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4 Star Review   By member quynho - May 14, 2002   

Strengths: Print Digital photos on glossy photo paper is even better than have your photo develope at CVS Pharmacy.

Weakness: Only work best with Canon glossy photo paper. I tried with HP glossy photo paper, and the result comes out to be very bad.

I have owned this printer for about a month now and I love it. I have printed many digital photos already. Beside the high resolution, the softwares bundle with this printer are awsome. When printing, the software will tell you about your ink status. Lastly, with borderless printing, it will save you a lot of time cutting and trimming your photos...Overall, I like this printer a lot and I would like to recommend it to everyone.

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5 Star Review   By member FKost - May 13, 2002   

Strengths: Prints great pictures, saves on ink with the 6 ink cartridges

Weakness: Use Canon photo pro paper. I used a cheaper paper and it was horrible!

This printer is great. We have another Canon printer BJC-70 that we use for text printing and have no problems. We had a Hp deskjet and it kept smearing the text so I was leary of getting another HP. Plus the HP cartridges are so expensive. I also considered the Epson 785 but I heard they eat up the ink and the jets get clogged. I was concerned about being able to find the ink cartridges and paper but after seeing the quality of the prints that made up my mind.

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