Canon Pixma Pro9500 Mark II Review On a desk, the Mark II version of the Pro9500 doesn't look much different from the original unit that Canon rolled out a few years ago: it's a hulking, gray and black two-tone box. For the uninitiated, the Pro9500 (like most 13x19 photo printers) may look like a standard inkjet, but the scale is fundamentally different. By our measurements, with all trays folded up, the Pro9500 measures 30 by 14 by 7.5 inches; compare that to a standard 8.5x11 photo-inkjet (Canon's ip4600, for instance), which comes in at roughly half that size. Hence, you'll need some dedicated desk space ? or an entire desk ?
Digital Camera Home > Photo Printer > Canon PIXMA Pro9000 Mark II Printer By MIKE PASINI EditorThe Imaging Resource Digital Photography Newsletter Review Date: June 2009 Canon introduced two Mark II printers in March. The $850 Pro9500 Mark II uses 10 pigment inks and the $500 Pro9000 Mark II uses eight dye inks. Both make 13x19-inch prints. Canon PIXMA Pro9000 Mark II Printer