High quality images on a wide range of different papers.
It is quiet and refined in operation.
Good build quality and exudes reliability.
All the cartridges have dedicated print heads.
13 x 9inch max. size.
Decent text quality.
Fine art papers available.
Easy to set up.
No Ethernet connection.
Small cartridges means that they deplete quickly, particularly the Grey cartridge.
Lack of front LCD panel.
Large and bulky.
Expensive ink costs.
Ambient Light Technology is PC only.
By TechRadar on July 26, 2011
The Canon PIXMA Pro9500 MkII has the same full range of coloured inks as the Pro9000, but adds grey and matte black cartridges. As with Epson printers, the matte black and photo black inks aren't used simultaneously, as the printer switches between...60
By ePHOTOzine on May 31, 2011
This is a well established, solid and reliable printer capable of producing prints of a very high quality which I would have no hesitation in exhibiting for sale in my usual outlets. A number of my friends who are full time professional photographers...90
By TechReviewSource on December 01, 2010
The Canon Pixma Pro 9500 Mark II is a dedicated photo printer that offers professional-looking printing capabilities and is also fast too. It has ten dedicated ink cartridges to allow for economical printing and the best quality possible.While we...90
By PC Mag on November 29, 2010
The Canon Pixma Pro9500 Mark II, Canon's improved version of its top of the line desktop photo printer is nearly identical to the original, but with somewhat better speed. Buy it...80
By Good Gear Guide on May 25, 2010
If you have the money to run it, Canon’s PIXMA Pro 9500 Mark II A3 photo printer will blow you away with its image quality on both full colour and monochrome content. It produces prints we’d be happy to hang in a gallery....95
By Amateur Photographer on January 01, 2010
Scores: Features - 28/30 Build - 17/20 Handling - 18/20 Performance - 23/30 Overall score: 86% Announced at the same time as the Canon Pixma Pro 9000 Mark II (reviewed AP 27 June 2009), the updated 9500 Mark II, unlike its sibling, uses pigment rather...-
By The Imaging Resource on December 16, 2009
Review Date: December 2009 Canon designed the Pro9500 Mark II for what it calls "professional printing performance for large archival photos." Those aren't idle words. The "professional" part of that is reflected...-
By HardwareZone.com on September 06, 2009
The Pro9500 Mark II is serious about black and white printing with three dedicated monochrome inks. While a combination of CMYK inks should suffice for B&W photos on less sophisticated models, the varying levels of grays in those prints are produced...90
By Macworld UK on August 10, 2009
The Pixma Pro9500 was the first photo-quality inkjet printer to offer 10 inks – using a mammoth 10 cartridges containing Lucia pigment-based tanks. The result? A huge colour range when compared to lower-end machines, with output that confidently...80
By PDN Online on July 02, 2009
Canons PIXMA Pro9500 was a breakthrough 13-inch pigment printer when it was launched back in 2007 with excellent print quality; a pleasing, unobtrusive design; and decent if not totally impressive speed. Two years later, Canon has released a "Mark...-