Canon iP3600 Inkjet Photo Printer (2868B002)
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- ChromaLife100 system delivers vibrant photos that last up to 300 years
- Maximum 9600 x 2400 dpi with microscopic droplets as small as 1 picoliter using FINE technology
- "Easy-PhotoPrint EX" software with enhanced "auto photo fix" easily removes red eye
- 2-Way paper feeding for convenient plain and photo paper handling
- Has a Spectacular Resolution with Maximum 9600 x 2400 dpi with microscopic droplets as small as 1 picoliter using FINE Technology
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Long-Lasting Beautiful Photos
ChromaLife100+ system delivers vibrant photos that last up to 300 years.
Maximum 9600 x 2400 dpi with microscopic droplets as small as 1 picoliter using FINE Technology.
High Performance Ink Cartridges
The two genuine Canon ink cartridges contain specially formulated inks for the highest possible quality. They’re easy to use and to replace as needed.
The unique Z-lid expansion top enables you to scan or copy bulky or thick items. It lifts approximately 3/4-inch vertically then lays down flat on the page for clear, complete copies or scans from edge to edge.
Canon Full-photolitho-graphy Inkjet Nozzle Engineering (FINE) uses a patented print head with 2,368 precision nozzles, injecting ink droplets as small as 1 picoliters. More nozzles = amazing images.
Dual Paper Trays
Two-Way paper feeding for convenient plain and photo paper handling
Powering up your printer is now faster than ever. After pressing the power button, you can begin inputting commands in approximately 2 seconds. Full operation is
even enabled in a shorter time now too.
Automatic Image Optimization
Just one of the features on the included Easy-PhotoPrint EX software – Auto Photo Fix - optimizes your images for such factors as skin tone, white balance and brightness, and makes red-eye corrections.
Just capture an image with a PictBridge ready digital camera/DV camcorder, then connect and print!
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Top Customer Reviews
I have used a wide variety of printers, especially since I work in the IT field. I have personally owned Epson printers and HP printers prior to purchasing this printer.
I really liked the last Epson I had, but it sat dormant for so long I was afraid I would spend $50 in ink only to find out that the printhead was clogged and that I would need to buy a new printer.
Before I decided to buy a new printer, my parents offered me a brand new HP Deskjet they had lying around at their house. I took it and used it with glee as at the time I was unemployed and did not want to buy a new printer if I did not need to. That printer worked OK for the basics, but the ink usage was horrendous. Compared to the Epson I had prior to the HP I felt like I was being stolen from in regards to ink costs. I make a lot of full color prints and I felt like my HP was running dry after about 20 pages. I remember having no problem getting well over a hundred with my Epson. This experience did not make me very fond of HP Inkjet printers.
So why did I go for a Canon Pixma instead of another Epson. Research. I read a whole bunch of reviews on printers and tried to make the best choice I could. Most printers have a lot of negative reviews saying their ink runs out too quick, or is too expensive, or they felt robbed by expiring ink... or whatever else. The Canon IP 3600 had very few bad reviews. I noticed some reviews about how it was difficult to setup... I am baffled as to why.
This printer was very easy to setup with a nice quick and smooth software installer. HP has got to have the worst installers.Read more ›
1.I love the separated color cartridges! No more need to swap out a whole cartridge just because I ran our of red.
2.Looks nice. (in my opinion) So I sit in no mood to try and stash the ugly thing out of sight. Oh yea, the prints.
3.FANTASTIC color reproduction and resolution after calibration (see the BAD) I'm in no time sensitive printing contest so I'm quite happy with the printing speed.
4.Set up on OS X Leopard was a breeze.
5.I installed a continuous ink system on it and printed 1200 full color, legal size pages until the nozzels failed.
So my veredict? Get one!! Hell get 5 and build a fort! They're SO cheap and the quality is superb. I got mine for $47 new and it makes me laugh at the $300 beast I had 5 years ago.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Before I purchased a new HP printer, I owned a Canon iP36000. It lasted me 5 years. I cried when I went on line and could not find another iP36000 Canon Inkject priinter. Read morePublished 1 month ago by All On Bord
I paid four times as much as I paid for my original iP3600 a few years ago -- but I love the printer so I bought this one to keep until the first one eventually dies. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chaz Cone
I just buried my IP3600 after 3.5 years of middling service. I got a B200 support code and no amount of trouble shooting helped to make the printer work again. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gerald R. Taft
Maybe it does not get along well with Linux. Usually when I send it a job it makes a long series of inscrutable noises and then eventually gives up. Read morePublished 5 months ago by herbert west
doesn't come with a cord to connect directly to a computer. if the wifi part of it worked properly i wouldn't mind that it didn't come with a cord but every time i turn it on it's... Read morePublished 9 months ago by jk