Product Reviews (10)
Paper is one of the best I've...
Strengths: Excellent color and brilliant images.
Paper is one of the best I've used. Brilliant and sharp. The gloss coat is one of the best and can easily compare to a C-Print.
By nytemare - Jan 26, 2005
Paper meets expectations
Strengths: As expected, since the paper is made for my S9000 printer, results are very satisfactory.
The paper comes in a nice box that works as a portfolio, which is useful because it is hard find anything else that will let you carry around a 13x19 print. Each of the 10 pages per box is separated by a protective sheet of paper which is particularly nice after printing when you want to protect the ink.
By rfitzva - Aug 25, 2005
Canon paper is the one to use with your Canon printer
Strengths: Archival quality, beautiful prints, fits well with the Canon S9000.
Weakness: Cost, difficult to find.
I use this paper for large format professional photos with my Canon S9000. Using my Canon printer, Canon ink and this paper, photos are rated archival quality, meaning they should last 25 years and not fade. The quality of my prints using the aforementioned supplies is outstanding. The only issue I have encountered is that the paper comes in a resealable cello wrapper, so you need to be careful that you don't lay a photo on the outside of the wrapper, as the glue will stick to the photo and destroy it. Overall, this is excellent paper and produces, beautiful, archival quality prints.
By sfschwartz - Jan 5, 2006
Canon 13x19 Photo paper pro
Strengths: A great paper!
I really have not tried any other papers yet with my Canon i9900, but this paper delivers excellent results. Nice finish- comparable to lab quality! The box is also handy for toting around finished product.
By cybersue - Mar 24, 2006
I've been using this paper with my...
Strengths: Unbelievable quality with Canon printers...
I've been using this paper with my Canon i9900 and the results are outstanding. The paper is truly of professional quality combined with my digital rebel photos. I am extremely happy with this purchase and plan on many more in the future.
By joelkirzner - Apr 11, 2005
Easily produces the best results...
Strengths: Superb color reproduction. Superb contrast. Excellent flesh tones. Allows the Canon I9900 to show its best performance. I simply have not found a better paper when used with Canon's I9900 printer.
Easily produces the best results when used with the Canon I9900 printer. I have tried other paper with Canon's photo printers and nothing yields the color, contrast, and life-like flesh tones as Canon's Photo Paper Pro. You will find it difficult to tell the difference from this printer's results and that obtained from a high-quality photo lab.
By cyberbill1948 - Sep 7, 2004
We've been using this paper with...
Strengths: Professional Quality prints, Large format (13x19), excellent color reproduction.
Weakness: Somewhat expensive
We've been using this paper with our Canon i9100 now for over a year and love it. One of the largest sizes you can get for a home inkjet - the paper is heavyweight and the color is just brilliant. As one of the other reviewers mentions, don't waste your time or money with the cheaper glossy paper. The Photo Pro line of papers is the way to go and worth the additional money.
By shuksan_05 - May 8, 2005
Unlike HP printers, Canon designs...
Strengths: Professional Quality
Unlike HP printers, Canon designs its printers to work best with its proprietary papers. With my HP printer, I can substitute the cheaper Kodak paper, with my Canon S9000, I can't. Results using my Canon S9000 printer and the Photo Paper Pro are awesome, as good as the best professional conventional processing. Don't bother with the Canon Glossy photo paper, it is cheaper, but the results are inferior.
By brianauger - Nov 24, 2002
I felt the paper was of excellent...
Strengths: very good quality print, good heavy duty paper.
Weakness: no apparent weaknesses.
I felt the paper was of excellent quality and I would probably purchase it again based on the brilliant accurate colors. But even more, based on the promise that it, along with the Canon ink should give archival quality pictures.
Without the archival promise I would probably stick with the less expensive Kodak paper I have used in the past because I find its quality of picture is equal to this Canon paper.
By TJHutt - Jun 1, 2004
top quality paper
Strengths: thickness, excellent glossy finish
Weakness: a little expensive
This isn't the only kind of paper we used for this size. Compared to other companies, this feels like it has the most quality. We have the printer Canon i9100, and the results are great. Highly recommend it.
By sammy18700 - Dec 9, 2005