Whether you’re a professional or amateur photographer, printing your own photos has a number of advantages from saving costs to being able to have your photos when you want them. If you’re just upgrading to a new Canon inkjet printer though, you may have questions about the right type of ink to use.
Why Choose Canon Ink?
Canon’s ink for their inkjet printers are known for their quality and can help keep your photos as vibrant as they were when you initially captured them. Not only are they vibrant, they’re also long-lasting, so that your prints and documents will last for a number of years.
What Type of Ink Is Best?
Canon has a wide variety of ink lines available, which, if you’re buying new ink, can be a bit confusing. The type of ink series you need depends on the type of printer you have. Be sure to double-check your printer manual before you purchase new ink to get the exact type that you need.
The Canon e-store also sells ink combo and value packs. Instead of replacing ink individually, you can get a combo pack that has a refill of all of the colours you need to print amazing photos. You can also get twin packs of one colour, to ensure that you always have enough ink on hand for all your printing needs. These combo packs will also help you save money in the long run. By buying combo packs instead of individual ink, you can get the ink colours you need for up to 24% less.
What Is The Difference Between Ink and Toner?
While they both come in black and colour options, ink and toner aren’t interchangeable. Ink is used in ink jet printers. Toner is used for laser printers, copiers, and fax machines.
What Type Of Paper Do You Choose?
You don’t need to worry about compatibility when it comes to paper and ink – as long as you have a compatible printer, you have a lot of options when it comes to choosing the type of paper you want to use. The Canon e-Store has a number of different paper options for all your photo prints. From matte, to semi-glossy, to high gloss, to professional paper, you can rest assured that your prints will come out vibrant, high-quality, and indistinguishable from professional photo lab results.
To learn more about Canon’s inkjet printer, ink, and paper options visit the Canon e-store today.
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