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Exceptional color prints.
Prints on a wide range of media.
Setup is a snap.
Easy on the wallet.
Economical perprint value.
Excellent image quality using eight different inks.
Large format printer.
The print quality and speed are both very high for a photo optimized printer.
Superb color output.
Up to 13x19 print output.
Black and whites can't touch the Pro9500.
No option for roll feed media.
Conflicting opinions on speed.
Not ideal for anything other than photos.
Set isn't quite as complete as some of its competitors.
Long wait for blackandwhite prints.
Old Photoshop Elements version.
Large prints are costly.
By PrinterComparison on August 03, 2011
Reading back through my notes, I was struck again by just how many times we compared the $500 Pro9000 Mark II – and, in many of these cases, compared it favorably – to the much more expensive Pro9500 Mark II. As with the original versions of...
By ConsumerSearch on May 01, 2011
The Canon Pixma Pro9000 Mark II is designed mostly for photo printing and gets good reviews in that regard. Canon says the Mark II's print engine is three times faster than the original Pro9000, but reviewers are divided on how accurate that is....
By TechRadar on August 10, 2010
Considering that you only need a 3-megapixel image for a top quality A4 print, the 12MP or more of most current digital cameras largely goes to waste. Switch to large-format printing with an A3+ printer that can output photo prints at sizes up to...
By Macworld UK on June 11, 2010
After its impressive opening salvo in the shape of the Pixma iX7000, Canon’s next round could leave you feeling a little underwhelmed. Don’t be. Its workmanlike appearance belies its powerhouse capabilities as a dedicated A3 photo printer...
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
The Canon Pixma Pro9000 Mark II is a powerful printer that is just behind our number one...
By Computeractive on April 01, 2010
This printer could pay for itself if you are selling your prints and it’s equally good for those who simply print a lot of large...
By Maximum PC on January 14, 2010
Make big, beautiful color prints in a hurry If you’re going to print your photos yourself, you might as well print them really big. After all, you can always show your photos to friends and family on your laptop or mobile phone, but there’s...
By EISA on January 01, 2010
As the quality of digital cameras accelerates in detail and colour reproduction so the demands on desktop printers increases. Photographers need improved accuracy, speed and convenience, and Canon’s PIXMA Pro9000 Mark II A3+ inkjet printer...
By Amateur Photographer on January 01, 2010
Scores: Features - 27/30 Build - 17/20 Handling - 18/20 Performance - 26/30 Overall score: 88% Unlike digital SLRs which are usually upgraded every 18 months or so, printers tend to have longer life cycles. So it was a bit of a surprise to many that...
By DPexpert on December 24, 2009
Highly recommended, if you have the space....
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