Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 10.17 MB
Operating System: Windows 7, Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.11 / 26 Oct 2009
The Canon MP800 Storage device is a cutting edge Photo All in One printer included in the Canon PIXMA product line. This device is capable of delivering outstanding print, scan and copy performance. It employs a high color resolution of 9600 X 2400 dots per inch (dpi) to provide users with exceptional clarity and detail. To attain this, Canon’s FINE technology makes use of and advanced print head that uses 3584 nozzles able to eject consistent precise droplets of ink in the size 1 picoliter. This method also makes sure that photos are grain free and smoother. The Canon MP800 Storage device also uses Canon’s 5 color ink system called the ContrastPLUS. This system consists of a black ink that is pigment based and 4 inks that are dye based used to create vibrant photographs with a broad range of color palette. This photo printer device can print a borderless photo in the 4 by 6 inch size in under 36 seconds.
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This photo printer device also features an Auto Exposure (AE) function when carrying out copying tasks. This function is capable of automatically optimizing the copy quality based on the kind of source document being duplicated. The Canon MP800 Storage device also provides convenient Film/ Photo buttons that enable users to create 35 mm film and photo reprints without having to utilize a computer system. This multifunctional device’s high resolution CCD technology allows users to produce stunning 2400 dots per inch scans with vivid 48 bit color depth. Users are also allowed to concurrently scan 6 frames of both positive and negative 35 mm films or 4 mounted slides. The device can also be used for double sided printing tasks. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Canon MP800 Storage errors before installing any driver updates.