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Canon PIXMA Meridian ID

Here in this article is the review of Canon PIXMA MP950 Photo Printer. If you are interested in this photo printer and want to get more details of it, keep on reading for more information.

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Canon PIXMA

Canon PIXMA MP950 Photo Printer Review

Reader Score: 7.67 (out of 10)
Review: "With its $399.99 MP950, Canon has rethought the printer game, producing a rather large box that includes not just a printer but a copier and a scanner, too. Also included is a card reader and PictBridge port. And a generous 3.6-inch color LCD panel lets you run the whole thing without turning on your computer. Built-in intelligence automatically corrects red eye, sharpness and brightness values (or you can fine tune them yourself). Canon has built a photo lab into this box.

The MP950 also distinguishes itself by refusing to make compromises on quality. The ink system is Canon's finest, the new ChromaLife100 set, so the printer can produce photo prints that rival the dedicated photo printers in Canon's line-up. The 3200-dpi scanner handles not only reflective copy but transparencies, too (and well-designed film holders are included). The copier reduces to 25 percent and enlarges to 400 percent and does it in faithfully reproduced color from either reflective or transparent material." ...

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