Kodak Premium Photo Paper review

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Another big name in photography, Kodak’s Premium paper (which is 10p cheaper per sheet than the Ultima) proved disappointing in the quality stakes.

Apart from the Canon iP2200’s print, which was of good quality and resisted fading, the paper was beaten by others for every other printer on test, and often lost points because of an unacceptable shift towards yellow skin tones.

Fade resistance was much better, but without solid quality across a range of printers it’s ultimately a disappointment considering Kodak’s vast experience.

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