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Canon iPF6300 arrives for review

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Canon iPF6300 printer arrives for our review

24 inch large format printer from Canon


The Canon iPF6300 printer

A big thanks to Canon UK, who today turned up at the Northlight offices with an iPF6300 printer.

I’ll be writing up a detailed review in a while, after I’ve put this new printer through its paces (more details below)

If you’ve any specific questions – please leave a comment or email me?

It’s a 24″ width printer, which means that taken off its stand, it fits in the back seat of a VW Golf, and the doors close.

Here it is, before we unloaded it (and I noticed that it is indeed more heavily built than the iPF6100 I looked at last year)

Canon deliver the iPF6300 in a VW Golf

It’s a 12 colour printer that is supposed to have ‘just about every aspect improved’ over the iPF6100 (see my iPF6100 review for my thoughts on its predecessor)

The printer is quickly set up on its stand in our test lab, and we’ve done a couple of quick test prints, after loading a roll of some 240g satin photo paper.

ipf6300 test prints

Canon iPF6300 test prints

Having just used it to print out some 30+ wedding pictures still due to various relative since our wedding in March, I can appreciate the speed and image quality.

Anyway – do feel free to ask if you’ve any questions!

Update: Full iPF6300 review

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