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Canon Color imageCLASS MF8350Cdn All-in-One Printer (3555B001AA)

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Technical Details

  • fax
  • copying
  • scanning
  • network -ready

Product Description

Product Description

The color imageCLASS MF8350Cdn provides a user intelligent and compact small or home office solution for producing high quality laser color 2-sided documents. It inlcudes four color Single Cartrodges which means you never have to replace a drum seperately. Also with fast print and copy speeds it also includes an intuitive scanner that allows you to scan documents directly to your network. Remote management of the new MF8050Cn is also included for accessing your machine while you are on the go.

From the Manufacturer

Color Print, Copy, Fax, Scan and Network with the Canon Color imageCLASS® MF8350Cdn- The Canon Color imageCLASS MF8350Cdn is tailored with sophisticated features and high quality imaging to meet your small business needs. In today's office environment, keeping your costs low is essential for a successful business. The MF8350Cdn delivers fast and accurate printing with Canon's Quick First Print Technology. Multi page documents are ready in a short amount of time with print speeds of up to 21 ppm in full color and black and white (letter).

Ease of Use

Designed for ease of use, the MF8350Cdn is outfitted with a front-loading design that provides easy access to the control panel and paper sources. In-line cartridges can also be retrieved from the front of the machine for hassle-free replacement  A large LCD with graphic display provides guided user animation within the display that simplifies once complex tasks with illustrated on-screen instructions. 


The MF8350Cdn features an Auto Duplex Function will allow you to print, copy, fax or color scan from one-sided originals to produce two-sided output with ease, cutting your paper usage as much as half.*

Smart Paper Handling

In a small business, you have many more important things to do than constantly refill your printer with paper.  The smart paper handling of the MF8350Cdn includes a 250-sheet cassette, 50-sheet multipurpose tray, and an optional 250-sheet cassette for your convenience.

Amazing Imaging Performance

The Superior Color Imaging Technology featured in the MF8050Cn capture fine details with remarkable tone-on-tone clarity, helping images stay true to the original. Canon Pure Black Technology ensures the richest blacks by utilizing only the black toner instead of traditional methods of combining toner colors.   Auto Gradation Adjustment provides more consistent output quality by automatically adjusting the gradation, color and density in accordance with the ambient temperature and humidity.

Scan to USB

Carry your important information with you by saving scanned documents to a USB removable media.  Connect the USB removable media to the USB port located conveniently in the front of the machine to scan your letter-, statement- or legal-sized documents.

Enhanced Features

Through use of the platen glass or the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) color scans are captured in 24-bit color at an interpolated resolution of up to 9600 dpi. The new device also transmits documents seamlessly and quickly with Super G3 Fax, reaching speeds of approximately 33.6 Kbps.  For added flexibility and user convenience, the MF8350Cn is equipped with unique features, such as: ID Card Copy, Auto Fax Forwarding, and Searchable PDF. 


The MF8350Cdn uses approximately 3 watts of energy during Energy Saving Mode and meets Energy Star guidelines, saving you money on energy costs.  And like many imageCLASS products, the MF8350Cdn is part of the Generation Green program, Canon's initiative to reduce environmental burdens in all stages of a product's life-cycle.

  • Print and Copy in color and black & white at the same speed of up to 21 ppm
  • Quick First Print provides first copy in approximately 16 seconds in color and black & white
  • Superior Color Imaging - capture finer details when you print or copy with remarkable tone-on-tone clarity where your image will be true to the original
  • Efficient energy-saving mode; approximately 3W of energy used
  • Up to 50-sheet ADF (Automatic Document Feeder)
  • 250-sheet cassette, plus 50-sheet multipurpose tray
  • Scan to USB
  • Built-in Ethernet port for network printing, PC faxing and scanning
  • Scan in color up to 9600 dpi quality with 600 dpi optical resolution
  • 33.6 Kbps Super G3 fax
  • USB 2.0 Hi-Speed for optimal performance
  • Canon Generation Green
  • Energy Star Qualified

* Duplex Fax is reception only.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 22.3 x 23.3 x 22.8 inches
Item Weight 64.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 84.8 pounds
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Item model number MF8350Cdn
Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #8,852 in Electronics > Office Electronics
Date first available at Amazon.com June 17, 2003

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I'm one unhappy customer.

I've had several laser printers before this one, and it's adequate in terms of its functions. However, the Canon seems to have created a business model that enables them to make most of their profits from the sale of replacement toner cartridges. In the past, I've gotten around this by buying a cartridge refill kit: you melt a hole in the side of the cartridge with a special tool, refill the cartridge with (much less expensive) toner, tape over the hole and you're on your way.

In this game of countermeasures and counter-countermeasures, Canon has now installed a counter chip in its cartridges. At a certain number of copies, the machine gives you an out-of-toner message AND JUST QUITS! No warning and no "light" copies to get you by.

When I attempted to refill the black cartridge, I discovered two things. First, it was more than half-full when the chip decided that it needed to be replaced. I'll control myself and refrain from disclosing my emotional reaction when I realized how much toner I was forced to throw away.

The second thing was that when I refilled the cartridge I expected, perhaps naively, that the cutoff device would sense that the cartridge was now full. OK, so maybe I was dropped on my head shortly after birth.

Some investigation has revealed that the chips are encrypted, such that third-party manufacturers haven't yet been able to create reasonably priced substitute cartridges or replacement chips to defeat the copy cut-off.

The bottom line is that I'm stuck paying on the order of $90 for each of four cartridges, three color and one black. The manufacturing cost for these cartridges is about $15.
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UPDATE 2014:
This printer is now too obsolete for me to recommend buying it new. Maybe makes sense to grab it used for a good price, but the canon cartridges are way too expensive so you'll still be paying too much unless you risk using off-brand cartridges (I've never tried... was too afraid to damage my expensive printer). I owned it for three full years (Jan 2010 to Dec 2013), and it worked like a charm during that time. The quality and reliability are great. But there are now newer models which would be a better deal. Also, Brother's cartridges are a much better value, so I purchased a new Brother printer, with the only downside being slightly lower print quality (but still quite acceptable for my needs).


The features of this printer are awesome for the price, and I would highly recommend it. I purchased this product on sale for $569. I was also seriously considering the Brother DCP-9045CDN, which has slightly lower ink prices (with their high capacity cartridges), but I'm pretty sure that I won't regret sticking with the Canon brand. After purchasing several Canon products (including this one), I have a lot of respect for Canon's consistent product quality, customer service, features, and value.

This is my first home laser printer. I'm quite pleased to finally graduate from the world of inkjets: no more slow printing, annoying print head cleaning cycles, frequent cartridge replacement, or tedious management of print settings to save every drop of ink! The cost per page is about the same, but the reliability is so much better!

Some features that I really appreciate include:

1) Reliability: This printer always _just works_ when I need it to. Beats even the best inkjet printer out there.
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I bought this unit around the new year with the hope of bringing some organization to my home office. I was able to set it up and start using it very quickly (less than an hour, even counting the time required to unbox it). I wanted to be able to print from several devices on my network, so I plugged it into my router and followed the simple instructions. As a network printer, it works extremely well for me. I can print from my mac laptop, from my main desktop and from other wireless devices (such as friends' laptops) that I add to my network from time to time.

However, I was also really looking forward to using the scanner. When I first set it up, the scanner worked okay. The resolution is low (like 600x600) but adequate for scanning in documents. (Forget about trying to scan pictures or your kids' artwork, of course). Unlike the printer function, the scanner can only work with Windows boxes. No problem.

After a couple of weeks, when I scanned a document I got an error on the windows box I use as my primary workstation and scan destination. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the drivers and all the usual voodoo that usually fixes stuff (all of this was incredibly time consuming). No luck, so I called Canon technical support.

I spoke with a nice guy who walked through a checklist of issues. I should add that I'm running a clean and plain-vanilla vista box. However, as soon as he found a step that I couldn't take---in my case, moving a windows scanner driver from one folder to another---he considered the case closed. Can't move twain.ds out of the folder? Not our problem any more. He advised me to contact the company who manufactured my computer, or Microsoft.
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