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Old Sep 19, 2004, 9:58 PM   #1
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Anyone know of any informaton on, let's say, approximatly how many images at X resolution at X size? I wrote Canon USA but they had no idea.
By the way, I am so impressed with my i9900 I can barely keep my mouth shut about it! I am just waiting for the one thing that could possibly mar it's perfection and I fear that it is the quickly depleting ink supply!
Any answeres? (Oh God let it be good news!!!)
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Old Sep 20, 2004, 8:45 AM   #2
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I had my i9100 for about a month and had printed 5 13x19, 15 8.5x11, and 50 4x6 full bleed prints before getting the notifications that my Photo Magenta and Photo Cyan are out. The i9900 should do about the same. I do my printing using Easy Photo Print on the default setting. I cannot see any real difference between using the default and best settings.
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Old Sep 20, 2004, 11:10 AM   #3
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Hard question to answer... it depends on the size of your prints, the paper you're using, etc. My experience with the i9100 is that I use three photo cyan, three photo magenta and two yellow cartridges for each of the other colors. I rarely print text with this printer... I have two printers connected and use the i9100 strictly for photo printing.
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Thats not bad at all! I am gearing up to start a small at home studio and needed to have at least a small idea how much I was going to be spending in ink.
Thanks for the input!!
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