Canon Photo Paper Pro review

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Canon’s Photo Paper Pro ironically suited Epson’s R1800 best, producing an excellent image closely matching our reference prints. The R1800’s ink resists fading, but Canon’s paper also showed good resistance to fading with inks that were less robust.

We highly rated the print from Canon’s iP8500, although the paper didn’t score well with other printers. Even prints from Canon’s own iP2200 and iP5200R weren’t great, lacking sharpness and being off-colour.

However, value is the real problem, as there are only 15 sheets in a pack, which makes it the most expensive paper per sheet by far.

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