The Canon S9000 printer and Illford Paper... Any thoughts??

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by That Annoying Twit..., Nov 27, 2003.

  1. Hello,
    I haven't been in this NG for a little while, and I was wondering does
    anybody have any experience with the Canon S9000 and Illford papers?

    The reason I am asking is that someone showed me some pretty impressive
    enlargements done on Canon Paper. And it has me wondering about getting one
    of these printers for myself. The only problem is I have a preference for
    the Illford Galleria papers, which are pretty impressive in the Epson
    printers, BUT I have heard some horror stories of NON Canon papers in Canon

    So I am wondering .... I know the S9000 has officially been replaced but is
    the newer model sufficiently more impressive to justify the extra.


    Andrew TAT
    That Annoying Twit..., Nov 27, 2003
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  2. That Annoying Twit...

    MJ Guest

    In the short time I've had an i9100 I've tried Ilford Galerie, mostly
    smooth and classic pearl but a bit of gloss, and found it to be
    outstanding. The pearl was particularly good with black & white too.
    I haven't tried gloss B&W. I've just bought a huge batch of the stuff

    MJ, Nov 27, 2003
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  3. That Annoying Twit...

    UWISH Guest

    Yes MJ,
    I have been using Ilford Galerie Smooth Gloss in my S900 and agree with you,
    the prints are absolutely outstanding. I get it at Sams Club at $25 for 100
    UWISH, Nov 27, 2003
  4. That Annoying Twit...

    dslr Guest

    Are you using any profiles to get the B&Ws?
    I tend to get a green cast on Classic Gloss, which I haven't yet managed
    to solve successfully.
    dslr, Nov 27, 2003
  5. That Annoying Twit...

    MJ Guest

    I haven't tried the gloss with B&W, only colour, but I can't be
    certain as I've tried about 6 different brands of paper this past
    month. I've done quite a bit on the classic and smooth pearl, settings
    as per the data sheet with the paper, and got good results. No cast at
    all. No special profiles. I used Q Image to layout the pics and

    MJ, Nov 28, 2003
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    dslr Guest

    Thanks, I'll give some Pearl a try. The cast I get is more metamerism
    than a constant cast, but it is a pain when prints go under the lights
    at club comps and look more like green & whites :-(
    dslr, Nov 28, 2003
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    JPS Guest

    In message <>,
    You need to use the "Classic" Ilford paper; the "Smooth" paper will have
    everything fading to red after a few weeks, if exposed to the sun and/or
    gases. Smooth are only good gramed in glass, or in albums.
    JPS, Nov 28, 2003
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