Unique in the printing world, Canon’s proprietary FINE™ print head technology delivers photolab-quality images in clarity and detail without sacrificing speed. Stable droplet ejection, outstanding quality and longevity have been achieved to produce the highest quality images each and every time.
Print beautiful photos and images up to A4 size with the printer’s borderless photo printing functionality – letting you create professional photo albums, menu pictures, business presentations and more. Choose one of Canon’s wide range of original high-quality photo papers for exceptional lab-quality prints.
With the in-built USB 2.0 high-speed connection, you can be assured of easy and consistent full speed transfers between your device and the PIXMA printer without lag time or delay. Just plug in the cable for an instant printer set up that is good to go.
|Specifications are subject to change without notice.|
Document print speeds are the averages of ESAT in Office Category Test for the default simplex mode, ISO / IEC 24734, excluding time to print the first set.
Photo print speed is based on the default setting using ISO / JIS-SCID N2 on Photo Paper Plus Glossy II and does not take into account data processing time on host computer.
Print speed may vary depending on system configuration, interface, software, document complexity, print mode, page coverage, type of paper used etc.
Ink droplets can be placed with a pitch of 1/4800 inch at minimum.
When printing ISO / JIS-SCID N2 pattern on 4 x 6" Photo Paper Plus Glossy II using default settings.
When printing ISO / JIS-SCID N2 pattern on A4 size Plain Paper using default settings.
You need to install all black and color ink tanks or ink cartridges whether you perform mono or color printing. If any ink tank or ink cartridge is not installed, an error occurs, and printing, scanning or copying cannot proceed until a new ink tank or ink cartridge is installed.
Depending on the paper used or the print settings, color ink may be used even when you print a mono document. When any ink color has run out, you need to replace the ink cartridge to continue printer operations.
To optimise printer performance, Canon inkjet printers undergo an automatic cleaning process, during which the printer purges ink from the nozzles to prevent them from being clogged. During this process, a very small amount of ink will be used. In addition, when you use the printer for the first time, a small amount of ink will be used in the initialization stage. In these instances, all colors of ink may be utilized.
Generally, parts required in the repair of a printer are available for two to five years after production of such model is discontinued. Depending on your printer model, we may recommend that you replace a printer requiring repair with a new printer of the same model or of another model with similar functions. In such case you may not be able to use the supplies or accessories previously used with your replaced printer. Your operating system may also need to be upgraded. Please consult your local authorised Canon contact accordingly.
Generally, the warranty for your printer will be for one year from the date of purchase subject to the actual terms of your local warranty. The warranty does not cover printer supplies such as paper and ink tanks/cartridges. For full and actual terms of your warranty, please refer to your warranty card or local authorized Canon contact.
To obtain good printing quality, use up ink within six months after opening.
Costs of the rectification of problems with your printer caused or contributed by the use of non-genuine Canon ink tank or cartridges (including where a genuine Canon Ink tank or cartridge is supplemented or fed with non-genuine Canon ink) may not be covered under your printer warranty. Please keep this in mind when using non-genuine Canon ink.