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Canon PIXMA MP800 All In One Photo Printer

Canon PIXMA MP800 All In One Photo Printer
Canon PIXMA MP800 All In One Photo Printer


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Canon PIXMA MP800 All In One Photo Printer


Canon PIXMA MP800 All In One Photo Printer

Canon PIXMA MP800 All In One Photo PrinterThe advanced PIXMA MP800 Photo All-In-One delivers spectacular Print Copy-Scan performance. It produces an amazing resolution of up to 9,600 x 2,400 color dpi, for remarkable detail and clarity. To achieve this, Canon Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering (FINE) uses a next-generation 3,584-nozzle print head that ejects precise, consistent droplets as small as one picoliter. The result? Smoother, virtually grain-free images. Also, our ContrastPLUS five-color ink system–four dye-based inks and a pigment-based black ink–produces true-life photos with a wide color palette, along with laser-quality text. What about speed? A 4″x 6″ photo lab quality borderless photo takes approximately 36 seconds. When copying, the AE (Auto Exposure) Copy feature automatically optimizes reproduction quality based on the type of original you’re duplicating. The convenient Photo/Film buttons allow you to make reprints of your photos and 35mm film without

  • Print resolutions up to 9,600 x 2,400 dpi color and 600 x 600 dpi black
  • Optical scan resolution of 2,400 x 4,800 dpi
  • Print and copy at speeds up to 30 ppm black and 24 ppm color
  • Preview images on 3.5″ digital screen
  • One-year warranty

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  1. 109 of 111 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Pleased! Able to Refill Ink Cartridges!, March 31, 2006
    By 
    Scott G. Cumming “scottson” (Meridian, ID United States) –
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    This review is from: Canon PIXMA MP800 All In One Photo Printer (Office Product)

    I purchased the mp800 to replace my Lexmark X-85 “INK GOBBLER” because I got tired of not being able to refill the ink successfully and paying through the nose for replacement ink cartridges. The Lex X-85 was over three years old and I was ready for a better printer that new technology had to offer.

    I am very pleased with the MP800. It’s printing quality and speed is excellent for this caliber of printer. Most of the photos I have printed are on “Jet Print” professional photo paper which has worked well. I have yet to purchase some Canon Photo Paper Pro and try it. I did however print one 4×6 photo from the included pack of Canon Photo Paper Pro that came with the printer. The photo quality was amazing!

    Regarding the refilling of the ink cartridges: I purchased the 5 ink refill kit from re-inks.com for $60.00. the kit has enough ink for about 12 refills of per cartridge.

    The printer is smart enough to know that you are using refilled ink cartridges but it allows you to continue with a warning that Canon may not be responsible for damage.

    once you get past the warning the printer asks you to press the stop/reset button for 5 seconds and the printer will continue to print using the refilled cartridge but when you view the Ink Status Monitor it shows the ink tank level as empty.

    So in the future you will have to manually remove the cartridge to view it’s ink quality. This is easy to do because Canon’s ink tanks are Clear Plastic!

    This simple reset procedure is required each time the printer detects a refilled cartridge. I suspect that once all 5 cartridges have been “released” from ink detection, it might not ask you again to go through the reset process again. I haven’t got there yet. Thanks canon for leaving the Ink Refill Door Open! Hope this info helps. Scott

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  2. 101 of 103 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Good!, November 30, 2005
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    This review is from: Canon PIXMA MP800 All In One Photo Printer (Office Product)

    Excelent photo print speed and quality. Dual paper feed a plus, no need to remove paper from feed tray when printing photos and envelopes, just load the second feed source. Software easy and seems very Windows compatable unlike some others. Ink tank system very smart, no need to buy expensive cartridges with built-in print heads and the five seperate ink tank allows replacement of individual color. Recommend original Canon ink, read PCWorld.com (Cheap Ink Probed) article.

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  3. 56 of 57 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good quality of photo printing, March 30, 2006
    By 
    T. Chen (CERRITOS, CA United States) –
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    This review is from: Canon PIXMA MP800 All In One Photo Printer (Office Product)

    Good quality photo printing, good copy quality.
    Double side print is a plus
    Good scan results.
    Good price.

    Photo printing works well with Kodak and Canon photo paper,
    it doesn’t work well with HP photo paper, save your money by
    using Kodak or Canon photo paper if you have this printer.
    Don’t use it with HP photo paper.

    The ink cartridges are kind of expensive, they have chips on the
    cartridges to check the ink levels and detect if the cartridges are been refilled or not.

    I refilled my color cartridges and the printer detected the changes in the ink level and warned me that the ink cartridges are not original and could harm the printer, but I decided to use the refilled ink cartridges. And it still works very well in terms of color precision and quality for more than 6 months.
    I think it’s just a new way that printer manufactures try to scare comsumers to use refilled cartridges.
    Since ink cartridges are bigger revenues than the printers.

    Each refill for a cartirdge is about 30 cents compare to original cartridge price 12 to 16 dollars. I am a heavy printing user, in about a year, the money I saved will be worth a new printer.

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