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Canon PIXMA iP90v Photo Inkjet Printer (2238B002)


Canon PIXMA iP90v Photo Inkjet Printer (2238B002)


Rugged, powerful and portable (only 4lbs), this compact printer delivers exceptional performance on the go. You can print wirelessly from PCs and camera phones via the IrDA interface or our optional Bluetooth adapter Or, print photos direct from a PictBridge-enabled digital camera or DV camcorder –no PC required! For maximum portability, an optional Canon car adapter and rechargeable battery kit provide power anywhere, anytime. You’ll produce superb graphics and photos, and documents will feature bold, crisp text.Rugged, powerful, and portable, the Canon Pixma iP90v is a compact photo printer that delivers exceptional performance and a multitude of time-saving options on the go. With the iP90v, you can print wirelessly from PCs and camera phones via the IrDA interface or by using the optional Bluetooth adapter. You can even print photos directly from a PictBridge-enabled digital camera or DV camcorder–no PC required. For maximum portability, an optional Canon car adapter and rechargeable battery kit provide power anywhere, anytime. Wherever you’re printing from, the iP90v produces superb graphics and photos that catch the eye, and documents that feature bold, crisp text.

This versatile printer uses Canon’s FINE print head technology for impressive speed and photo-lab-quality results. In addition, precision ink nozzles create high-resolution photos of up to 4800 x 1200 dots per inch (dpi), while microscopic two-picoliter-sized color ink droplets deliver sharp, finely detailed photos. And if you’re not thrilled with the results of your printed image, the iP90v includes Easy-Photoprint software that makes it simple to enhance and print all your images so they result in truly memorable prints.

When it comes to printing text, the iP90v is equally impressive. It easily handles a wide variety of paper sizes, including credit card (great for printing business cards), 4 by 6, 5 by 7, letter, legal, and envelopes. This printer also comes with a 1-year limited warranty.

What’s in the Box
CD-ROM including printer driver, setup software and user’s guide, electronic photo application guide, electronic user’s guide, e-registration, Easy-PhotoPrint (Windows/Mac), PhotoRecord 7 (Windows), Easy-WebPrint (Windows only, requires Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5.5, version 6.0 recommended. Not compatible with IE version 7.0.), and a 1-year limited warranty.

  • Compact photo printer delivers impressive speed and photo-lab-quality results
  • Precision ink nozzles for high resolution up to 4800 x 1200 color dpi
  • Microscopic 2-picoliter-sized color ink droplets produce finely detailed photos
  • Prints wirelessly from PCs and camera phones via IrDA and optional Bluetooth
  • Dimensions: 12.3 x 2.1 x 6.9 in. (WxHxD); weighs 4.0 pounds

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Question by asfsfra42321: What should I look out for when buying a new printer?
I’m planning to buy a printer for my photos, and I’ve read that printer models vary more in speed than quality.

The quality I’m looking for is mid-high quality, for hobbyists.
I’m deciding to get one around a 150 bucks. Any suggestions on what I should look out for?
What’s the difference between Canon Selphy and Pixma printers?
Should I get a first or second hand printer?
Thanks in advance

Best answer:

Answer by Kermit W
Your budget is plenty so in this case I would recommend you look at HP Deskjet series printers. See which ink cartridges are used and check prices for ink. In my experience the HP printers last long and the ink cartridges are cheaper.

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What customers say about Canon PIXMA iP90v Photo Inkjet Printer (2238B002)?

  1. 82 of 86 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Manual, August 4, 2007
    By 
    Harry M. Joseph “jasper” (Virginia) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

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    This review is from: Canon PIXMA iP90v Photo Inkjet Printer (2238B002) (Office Product)

    I purchased the iP90v in the hope of using it at Special Events and Fairs. I needed a photo printer that was relatively light with the added option of being able to print directly from a camera. The iP90v certainly lived up to my expectations when it came to those two options. With a ‘Picbridge’ compatible device like my Canon 30D I can print pictures directly from the camera without using a heavy laptop computer as the middle man. The iP90v also comes with computer software that let’s you print from a computer if you wish to to do so.

    I’m not sure if others had the same problem, but downloading this software was extremely difficult and complicated. It took me a few hours just to get it right compared with my other 2 printers which were pretty much plug and play. Luckily this printer came with a very good ‘English’ only manual that did a very good job of pointing out mistakes. The computer software gives you the options of organizing your photos, and minor editing features such as color balance, red eye removal, brightening or darkening of the picture. There are very few options when printing from ‘PicBridge”.

    This was my main gripe about this printer, because I read that PicBridge does give you the option to edit photos inside the camera, but NOT with this printer ! The printer came with 1 pack of 25 sheet 4X6 paper, but I ordered 3 more packs – 50 4X6, 25 5X7 and 25 8X10 Glossy sheets, because I wanted to see how the printer performed under different conditions. For plain old text this printer is great, very fast and very sharp. You can get an A4 in about 1 minute.

    For photos, this printer has a tendency to underexpose(darken) your pictures. My best prints are the ones that were originally over exposed by about 1 stop. I called Canon about this and after the service Rep took 3 minutes to read the manual over the phone, he told me that my best bet would be to over expose my pictures by 1 stop when using this printer. I figure I could live with that since my camera has automatic over/under exposure compensation, but it’s still a hassle.

    How did the prints come out. I would say I got some very acceptable looking pictures in all three formats 4X6, 5X7 and 8X10 in about 4 minutes. The colors match up well and there was no smudging even when using Glossy paper. I would say that somebody at a Special Event, or at a Fair might find the prints from this printer very acceptable indeed. Whereas someone paying for a professional portrait, or fine art work would not. The minute details are just not there. To be fair, however, I have not tried all the types of papers this printer can handle and which might give me better results than plain old Glossy.

    Durability ? The printer is solidly built. I wouldn’t call it a Tank, but it does feel pretty solid. I still think that for travel, a padded case or taveling bag would be a very wise purchase. One thing though the paper feeder door latches are made of flimsy plastic and don’t look durable at all. I figure they are going to be the first to go.

    I haven’t used this printer much to say whether I love it or hate it. So far it does a pretty good job of printing Color and B&W prints on the go. You can also print custom made stickers and labels with it. Not bad especially the stickers part.

    One thing the manual does not mention is the amount of prints you can get from a single ink cartridge. I called Canon about this and they were pretty evasive about it, rather stating that it depends on the situation. Finally a rep told me that you could get about 185 4X6’s on the Black ink catridge. About 400 4X6s with the Color ink cartridge. I found those numbers astronomical since I dont think my much bigger Epson printer can get as many prints from a single cartidge. Maybe the rep though I was talking about Text ? I’ll just have to wait and see.

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  2. 46 of 47 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Pint-sized Printer Packs a Punch, September 22, 2007
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    This review is from: Canon PIXMA iP90v Photo Inkjet Printer (2238B002) (Office Product)

    This printer is great for light volume, high quality printing. What I love most about it is that it can print 8.5″ x 11″ sheet and it is only the size of a book. It is lighter than a dictionary. It does not print as fast as a Laser Ink Jet but fast enough.

    The ink cartridges are small, but it was expected because the whole printer is so small! The black one lasts 2 to 3 months before we replace with a new one. We only print on the average 4 pages a week in our household so it has not been a problem for us. My experience is that one black ink cartridge is good for printing about 60 to 70 pages of average contents such as expense reports, boarding pass, maps… Not too dense. Our color ink lasts a bit longer because we seldom print photo. It does have a low ink warning which I often ignore till the print becomes too faint. And I wish the blue tooth adapter was built in but you have to buy additionally.

    I got this printer from another online retailer at a great price but it arrived not working. The printer head refused to feed paper. We went to the Canon website and found out our local Canon authorized service. We took it in and they fixed the problem within 2 or 3 days free of charge. The cost was covered by warranty. We are quite pleased with the product and the service.

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  3. 34 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Mobile convenience, June 13, 2007
    By 
    Christopher Roe
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    This review is from: Canon PIXMA iP90v Photo Inkjet Printer (2238B002) (Office Product)

    This printer is pretty pricey at retail compared to other offerings on the market, especially when coupled with the LK-51B battery and the BU-10 Bluetooth adapter. However, it’s a very compact, lightweight, and rugged printer that fits nicely in my backpack, and can print on full-sized 8.5×11 paper. Buying from Amazon during a sale netted me a very decent savings off MSRP.

    Photo quality on photo paper is very, very good. Text quality on normal inkjet paper is not perfect, but is more than adequate for most purposes, and is comparable to that of my larger Canon Pixma iP6600D.

    If you buy it to use with a notebook on the go, get the LK-51B battery. With the battery, I was able to shoot digital photos for damage reporting, download them to my notebook, and then print them off on 4×6 photo paper at a lease signing in a house with no electricity. Very convenient!

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    their prices and their features….

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  5. Certainly recommend a new printer rather than a second hand one.

    Most printers have a counter in them that causes the printer to need resetting after too many print-outs so depending on the age of the second hand printer and the amount of print-outs its done it’s really not a wise investment.

    As for makes of printers – I had a Canon Smartbase MP360 for years and it was brilliant, cheap ink, great quality, etc.

    Now the new Canon’s though have changed their ink system to this new PIXMA system. It’s supposed to give better print outs, but also comes at a cost – the Smartbase printers used to cost about £1-£2 per cartridge where as the new ones cost more like £20 per cartridge.

    When I found this out when mine broke I went for a Brother printer. This has been an absolutely superb printer. It’s cartridges aren’t as cheap as the old Canon’s but it’s only about £10 for a full set (3 colours and black), and the cartridges last far longer than Canon’s.

    Also the Brother printers seem a lot more well made than all the rest, with special holes for all the wires to disappear inside the printer and a really sturdy design. These feel like a machine that’s built to withstand anything that I can throw at it. Plus the price wasn’t too bad either. I got it on offer at Ryman’s, full price it was very expensive compared to other printers, but the offer was really good (as long as you don’t take up their offer on cartridges as they’re overpriced).

  6. Take a look of this Canon PIXMA MP560 Wireless Inkjet All-In-One Photo Printer easy to use, good quality printing and great savings.

    Here are some technical details for the Printer:
    Keep it Green – Built-in 2-sided printing helps the environment and cuts your paper usage by 50%
    Amazingly compact printer with both wireless and built-in 2-sided printing
    Maximum 9600 x 2400 color dpi2 for exceptional photo quality
    Use the new “Auto Photo Fix II” to automatically adjust and correct your photos
    Easily print your photos from compatible memory cards3 and USB Flash drives

    The difference between the Canon selphy is a neat, little dye-sublimation printer that is easy to carry when you’re traveling or in a vacation while Pixma is a standard printer for home and office use.

    In my opinion, You should get a Brand New One because of the quality of printing because if you buy a second hand, the printer head is already used and it might not have a longer life so its just a waste of money.

  7. There are so many good products in the market its really difficult to choose one but I made up my mind to choose this and guess what I am very much satisfied

    Canon PIXMA MP560 Wireless Inkjet All-In-One Photo Printer (3747B002)
    *Keep it Green – Built-in 2-sided printing helps the environment and cuts your paper usage by 50%
    *Amazingly compact printer with both wireless and built-in 2-sided printing
    *Maximum 9600 x 2400 color dpi2 for exceptional photo quality
    *Use the new “Auto Photo Fix II” to automatically adjust and correct your photos
    *Easily print your photos from compatible memory cards3 and USB Flash drives
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