Canon PIXMA Pro9500

Last update: Review by PhotoReview.au (11 September’07)

The Canon PIXMA Pro9500 (announced 21 February’07) features A3+ 4800 x 2400 dpi resolution at 3 picolitre drop size3 or smaller, 10-colour ink system with “LUCIA” pigment ink, Flat paper path, for heavyweight print media, and it’s compatible with Mac and PC systems. [Full Specs]

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Overall Rating: ★★★★☆ | Latest Price Info


Canon PIXMA Pro9500 Reviews

PhotoReview reviews the Canon PIXMA Pro9500 and writes;
“..although it can certainly produce excellent prints under the right conditions. The lack of controls in the printer driver – particularly for B&W printing – puts this printer at a disadvantage against its rivals…”
Rating: ★★★★☆

PCMag reviews the Canon PIXMA Pro9500 and writes;
“The slow speed carries over into photo printing as well, with the Pro9500 averaging 3:32 for each 4-by-6 and 6:44 for each 8-by-10. The B9180 averaged 2:13 and 3:51, and even that looks slow compared with the Pro9000, which averaged 1:06 and 2:05″
Rating: ★★★½☆

Steve’sDigicams reviews the Canon PIXMA Pro9500 and writes;
“the Pro9500 takes their best features and adds the ability to print on even thicker media. I sound like a broken record when I keep saying that the output from these printers is “photo lab quality” but it’s true. ”
Rating: N/A

Photo-i reviews the Canon PIXMA Pro9500 and writes;
“The Canon Pixma Pro 9500 has been producing excellent quality prints over the last week. With Glossy and Semi Gloss media , it surpassed my expectations. With Fine Art media I was disappointed at first, until I started printing portraits.”
Rating: ★★★★½

Macworld reviews the Canon PIXMA Pro9500 and writes;
“The Pro9500 does a good job with black and white images. When examining such prints on their own, most people felt that the tonal gradations in the Pro9500’s black and white prints were good, although our jury picked the Epson prints—which use a black ink and two grays—over the Pro9500 in every instance.”
Rating: ★★★½☆

Canon PIXMA Pro9500 User Manuals (PDF)

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- Download Canon PIXMA Pro9500 Easy Setup Instructions (PDF – 2.4 MB)
- Download Canon PIXMA Pro9500 Quick Start Guide (PDF – 3.4 MB)
- Download Canon PIXMA Pro9500 Manual for: Windows (.exe) | Mac (.dmg)

Canon PIXMA Pro9500 Press Release

Amstelveen, The Netherlands, 21 February, 2006: Canon announces the launch of the PIXMA Pro9500 and Pro9000 for professional photographers. A new series of A3+ professional-quality inkjet printers, PIXMA Pro offers users a choice: the Pro9500, using a 10-colour ink system featuring new formulation “LUCIA” pigment ink, meets the most exacting commercial photographic requirements and delivers high quality, durable colour and monochrome output; the Pro9000 employs 8-colour dye inks and is suitable for general printing, especially high quality gloss photographs. PIXMA Pro printers leverage core Canon technologies – including FINE (Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering) print heads – and benefit from the company’s experience in both consumer and professional print and capture markets. As a professional-quality range, new PIXMA Pro complements Canon’s EOS series of D-SLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) cameras and broadens the PIXMA line up.

Availability from Autumn 2006

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