I just got my Canon i550 printer. I printed out a photo on plain paper, and the quality is very bad. I was so disappointed. I started to doubt people's praises on the Canon printer. Then I bought the Cannon Photo Paper Plus Glossy, and was stunned at the printed result. It's dark room development quality. So I guess it's the combination of the printer and the paper that makes it look good.<br><br> Price: 50 cents/page + ink = less than $1/page. The price for 8x10 development on ofoto.com (a Kodak's company) is four times more expensive at $3.99.<br><br> Quality: Stunning<br><br> Dimension: I don't know why 8.5x11 has become the standard for photo printing. Most frames out there are 8x10. Do I suppose to trim the printout myself?<br><br> Borderless: it's almost borderless, but my printer gave me a border of 1/16 inch on the top and right of the paper. I used the A4 size on Canon Photo Print application.
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