|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9 x 0.6 x 11.4 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||7981A004|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||0.71 foot X 0.92 foot|
|Sheet Size||8 1/2 in x 11 in|
|Manufacturer Part Number||7981A004|
Canon Matte Photo Paper, 8.5 x 11 Inches, 50 Sheets (7981A004)
|Price:||$6.74 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Excellent photo results with vibrant colors.
- Pack of 50 Sheets
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Top Customer Reviews
Then, when I came to do a review, I fortunately read the one that cautioned printing on the right side of the paper. There was a right side? I then read the directions with the paper--there is indeed a right side, and it is whiter than the back. It will be hard for some to tell the difference. But the difference from printing on the right side and the wrong side is truly astounding! I'm a big glossy paper fan, but there is a nice look to this matte paper. And it is MUCH cheaper than the Photo Paper Pro. It is also much cheaper than buying greeting card paper.
But be aware, the money you save not buying more expensive photo paper will be going to buying more ink. Compared to glossy paper, this paper drinks ink. I've been making calendars with it, and was shocked to see the way the ink was consumed. Yet, I can't see making calendars with any paper than this. It makes beautiful calendars! I print a borderless 8x10 photo, using my Canon photo software on the bright white side, and a calendar page, using my calendar software, on the opposite side. The pages bind very easily with a 1/4 inch plastic binding comb. And as I said, it makes a strikingly beautiful photo calendar.
Thus, if you have only one type of Canon paper on hand, I would have this one. But if you can't give up the glossy look for photos, it won't work for you. Personally, I prefer using Kodak paper when making glossy prints on my Canon. And Kodak has a satin finished paper, but there is the Kodak name all over the back. One of the great things about this Canon paper is you can print on both sides. But do make certain you know the front from the back, before printing a photo.
*****THERE IS A RIGHT SIDE AND A WRONG SIDE ON THIS PAPER*****
If you print on the wrong side of the paper you will get results like those who rated this paper poorly. If you print on the correct side of the paper you will be pleased to find beautiful quality. Rich blacks, vibrant colors, and sharp edges.
I printed the same image of a bee I drew yesterday on the front and back of one of these sheets and posted it in the images of this product page to show just how much of a difference printing on the wrong side of the paper can make. If for whatever reason you gave this product a negative rating, make sure you didn't make this simple but quite devastating mistake.
The correct side is slightly smoother than the incorrect side. The right side is also much brighter than the incorrect side which is slightly yellowed. I know it will pain some of you, but the only way I've been able to tell and double check before wasting my ink is by folding the paper over under a good light source. The difference is subtle, but it is there.
Overall these papers are of legitimate quality. As for the fading of these papers I cannot say, but in ten or so years I'll give you an update. So far I see no problems.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Produces beautiful, rich colored prints on my Canon Pixma MG5600. Like other reviewers have mentioned, make sure you load your paper correctly! Read morePublished 20 hours ago by little toki
Did it right side up but the other review was right. This does soak up a ton of ink. Have only used 1 page ...Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Works great even in my Epson printer, if you print on the right side.
Why doesn't the packaging clearly tell you which is the right side anyway? Read more
Not what I was expecting at all!! This isn't photo paper. It's merely card stock!Published 3 days ago by Kristen Morgan
Didn't like the paper! Way too thick! My printer wouldn't even load itPublished 5 days ago by Kyla's Mom
Way too flimsy. This is not the matte I know. It's like thin cheap construction paper is all this is. And you can't even tell which side is the correct side to print on. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Magruter