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This Pigment Black Ink Tank produces professional document quality with crisp, smudge-resistant text. Designed with FINE (Full Photolithographic Inkjet Nozzle Engineering) technology, your prints will realize added sharpness, detail and quality. Plus, when printing with genuine Canon inks and photo papers the ChromaLife100+ system gives you beautiful, long-lasting photos. The Smart LED system features a lit Canon logo so you know when the ink tank is installed correctly. Plus, these individual ink tanks can help reduce waste and save you money by only replacing the color that runs out.
From the Manufacturer
Genuine Canon Quality
Genuine Canon inks and ink cartridges are designed, developed and manufactured in Japan. In other words, the entire process is centrally controlled and it makes the quality control simple and well-organized; and helps to maintain the quality of all genuine Canon inks at a high level. All genuine Canon ink cartridges are designed for your easy printing of your beautiful prints.
Print Crisp Text
When printing text or a document, pigment black ink takes a prominent role to help deliver crisp and sharp text and characters on plain paper. New genuine Canon pigment black ink brings dense and crisp-and-sharp black text print to the output because the surface of the pigment in the ink has been chemically treated on the nanoscale using Canon original treatment methods and treating agent. These nanoscale technologies suppress unwanted light reflection to the print surface by settling pigment particles on the paper surface to effectively control the reflection, and results in delivering denser black print.
- Easy replacement
- Large capacity pigment ink tank for superior text quality
- Individual ink tank system increases efficiency
- Smart LED with Canon logo
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Top customer reviews
When on regular print settings, I noticed the paper was saturated in ink & the cartridge used up in no time. So, I changed the printing preferences to "grayscale" and "fast printing". This uses about half the ink and looks just fine to me. In fact, I prefer it because the printed copy comes out dry instead of wet with ink (that then needs to dry and could actually smudge).
Printing in grayscale also saves the other colored inks -- especially when printing coupons or anything else that doesn't require high-quality printing. To further save on ink & avoid printing unnecessary stuff (like logos and advertising on various websites), you can change your print options to "print only the selected frame".
Lastly, when the printer tells you the ink cartridge is empty and needs to be replaced -- just press the "ok" button on the printer and keep doing so it until your ink truly does run out. I was able to print out an additional 25 pages last time.
Happy printing :-)
There appears to be some confusion in the comments regarding ink usage. If you do a lot of printing every day, then you will get excellent usage results. If you only print a page or two three time a week, then you will get horrible usage. The reason is that Canon printers cycle through a regular nozzle cleaning process that uses the actual ink to clean the nozzles. If you leave your printer off when not in use, then it will help with the ink usage. Every time you turn your printer on, it will cycle through the nozzle cleaning process. If you leave your printer on, it will cycle on a timed basis.
I once went for about six or seven months without doing any colored printing, and a couple of colored cartridges ran dry just from the cleaning process. I've spoken with Canon tech support several times and haven't been able to find any better solution. I guess that it's simply the price you pay for the excellent results.
I have friends who have successfully used compatible ink carts, but I also have a friend who ruined his printer by using such carts. It's just a risk you take to save some bucks.
I have had my Cannon printer for a few years and it works very well. I think it is because I ONLY use CANNON ink cartridges. They are the best. Yes you could buy those generic cartridges but.... I don't and I have had friends that have had issues with the Generic cartridges and refilling the old used ones. I tried it once and won't do it again.
All things considered these are the best cartridges for me.
I called canon service support and they confirmed the above and even refused to send me new cartridges cause these ones were already opened and thy will lose money!!!!!!! So once again the consumer pays for their mistake!!!