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bacchus180 16 141
19 Jan 2004 6:28PM
i hope so...although I am hoping it is user error too!, I print via PS, selecting box indicating same profile, using canon pro paper, when the new box opens showing printer I select all the corresponding media types and enable colour management, ticking the box to say using icc profile.. hit the tit and get very frustrated!!

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keithh 16 25.6k 33 Wallis And Futuna
19 Jan 2004 9:02PM
Agree, the S9000 canon is a very good printer. Despite the fact that I have stopped using desktop printers, the canon was a real workhorse. Fitted with the Lyson external ink system it becomes even better, both on cost and quality.
digicammad 17 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
20 Jan 2004 12:36PM
Gary, I've just read a couple of reviews of the i9100 (including one on Steve's Digicams which is a site I rate) and they rave about the printer.

One thing it points out is the settings helper, which recommends the configuration for a given job and paper type. Have you had a look to see what this says?

Also, have you tried it without the ICC management enabled?

Ian
bacchus180 16 141
20 Jan 2004 6:56PM
i will be doing both.. thanks
marianne 18 30
20 Jan 2004 7:10PM
I thought I might add that I have the 2100, had it for about a year now and it is such a wonderful printer...I like to use ilford printazia, fine art matt paper for special greetings cards 1 a sheet approx and ilford printazia, photo pearl paper for prints....don't get the glossy! It just doesn't dry! I made an expensive mistake with that one!

As for the ink, nobody has mentioned this place
I always get my ink from them....they range in price from 8.99 to 9.99 per cartridge...they do take about a week to deliver though....come from Guernsey no less!
wendy9 17 475 United Kingdom
20 Jan 2004 9:05PM
Marianne - what glossy paper are you using? I've used Fuji, Ilford and Olmec and not had a problem with any of them drying instantly - it is the 'premium' equivalent in each case.
stuartd 17 61
20 Jan 2004 9:45PM
Ilford Classic Glossy and Pearl doesn't work propErly with the 2100. If you want to use Ilford paper then make sure it's the Smooth Glossy or Pearl.

I see warehouseexpress.com are doing the 2100 for 449 now.
pierre 16 62 United Kingdom
20 Jan 2004 9:57PM
Pc world are currently selling the canon s9000 for 199,i am very happy with it works well with tetanol premium fine art glossy 290g paper

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