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Inkjet paper compatibility (Page 2)
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Oct 25, 2006, 01:45 PM
 
Originally Posted by stephanielamb View Post
Just thought i'd note that Kodak's "Premium Photo Paper" in high gloss does NOT work with my Epson C86.
Nor with either of my Canon Pixma printers.
     
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HP "Brochure & Flyer Paper, glossy" and HP "Premium Plus Photo Paper, soft gloss" work very well in my Canon Pixma iP4200. They really aren't that glossy though. Not compared to gloss of the Canon brand paper.

I used the highest quality setting for gloss. Very sharp with deep blacks and vivid whites.
     
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Sep 6, 2011, 06:45 AM
 
It has been brought to our attention that this thread is stagnant, and is not "sticky worthy" in its current state. So I'm soliciting input to bring things up to date.

As of September, 2011, what ink/paper/printer compatibility issues exist, and what works best? Let's bring this thing up to the present and get it back to being useful!

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I found that kodak paper works well in just about everything.
Kodak has always failed for me in Pro Epson desktop printers.
     
 
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