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Canon PIXMA Pro9500 Mark II Setup Sheet

Inkjet photo printer
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Professional Printing Performance for Large Archival Photos.
10-color pigment ink system for professional image
performance up to 13" x 19"
Maximum 4800 x 2400 dpi
Professional quality B&W photos with matte black,
photo black and gray inks included
Professional printer features using Easy-PhotoPrint Pro
plug-in software
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Ambient Light Correction
output to match the specified lighting condition
Support for fine art paper with two separate paper
paths, including front feeder for heavyweight paper
types
FEATURES
SPEED & QUALITY
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EASE OF USE
CONNECTIVITY
PIXMA Pro9500 Mark II
Inkjet Photo Printer
FINE print head technology
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feature; optimizes color
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Setup Sheet
Version 1.0
Camera not included

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  • Page 1 PIXMA Pro9500 Mark II Setup Sheet Canon Inkjet Photo Printer Version 1.0 Professional Printing Performance for Large Archival Photos. 10-color pigment ink system for professional image performance up to 13” x 19” Maximum 4800 x 2400 dpi FINE print head technology Professional quality B&W photos with matte black,...
  • Page 2: Technical Specifications

    General Features 2-Way Paper Feeding, 10 Individual Ink Tanks, Advanced Pattern Print, Ambient Light Correction , Auto BOX CONTENTS Sheet Feeder, Index Print, PictBridge, Fine Art Paper Support PIXMA Pro9500 Mark II Inkjet Photo Printer Noise Level Document Kit: Approx. 36.0...
  • Page 3 PIXMA Pro9500 Mark II Canon Inkjet Photo Printer ORDERING INFORMATION MODEL NUMBER DESCRIPTION ITEM NUMBER UPC CODE PIXMA Pro9500 Mark II Inkjet Photo Printer 3298B002 COMPATIBLE INK PGI-9 MBK Matte Black Ink Tank 1033B002 PGI-9 PBK Photo Black Ink Tank...
  • Page 4 Supported OS: Windows Vista only. Print speed measured as soon as first page begins to feed into printer and will vary depending upon a number of factors. High mode driver setting is the default mode for photo paper. See www.usa.canon.