Canon GP-501 photo paper Gloss

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    GP-501, Gloss, 10x15cm, 100 sheets
    Glossy photo paper for printing everyday photographs

    Glossy photo paper for printing everyday photographs and reprints with photo-lab quality. "Everyday Use" photo paper provides economical way to produce your holiday photos with glossy finish at home.

    - Glossy finish
    - Great for regular photo printing
    - Excellent match for Canon ChromaLife100+ inks

    Holiday pictures

    When you want to print your holiday memories, you need a print that rivals that of the photo lab, which is when Glossy Photo Paper "Everyday Use" is the right choice.

    Instant-dry photos

    Genuine Canon photo papers have a micro-porous coating that quickly absorbs ink deep below the surface to prevent any excess ink from being left on the paper’s surface. The result: instant-dry photo prints.

    Perfect gloss

    Canon glossy papers lock the ink deeper below the top glossy surface than other papers do. This way a ‘glossy’ finish is always glossy.

    Photos that last a lifetime

    Glossy Photo Paper “Everyday use” is an excellent match for Canon ChromaLife100+ inks. Combined Canon’s FINE print head, inks and Canon genuine photo paper protect photos from gases and light to keep those precious memories protected for future generations.
    Name Canon GP-501 photo paper Gloss
    SKU 0775B003
    URL Key canon-gp-501-photo-paper-gloss
    EAN 4960999293967
    Specification
    Features
    Width100 mm
    Height150 mm
    Finish typeGloss
    Sheets per pack100 sheets
    Printing media thickness210 µm
    Media weight210 g/m²
    Technical details
    Finish typeGloss
    Sheets per pack100 sheets
    Printing media thickness210 µm
    Printing material brightness94
    Weight & dimensions
    Width100 mm
    Height150 mm
    Other features
    Printing material brightness94
    Manufacturer Canon
    Reviews No
    PDF Url No

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