This roll of Satin Photographic Paper from Canon is a 200 gsm paper with a thickness of 8.0 mil. The paper features a low gloss surface and fast drying time. Satin Photographic Paper is ideal for high color density prints making it ideal for use in commercial applications such as photography, POS signage, exhibition graphics, posters, and digital image printing.
Verner Hyatt (verified owner) –
I have been using this stock of 2 years now it is perfect for full color images on my canon 4000. The quality is outstanding and the company is great to work with Linda Dearing, Copy Central
Willis Rath (verified owner) –
This is my go to media for my photographic prints. The Canon profiles are solid, the 240 gsm thickness makes it easy to mount to foam core and it has just been a stellar paper to work with.
Aric Runte (verified owner) –
I have the Canon TA 30 36 wide printer. I have used this paper a lot and have poor results when trying to mount on wood. I have used all kinds of glue and photo mounting spray. The paper doesnt always stay flat an bubbles up. I’m using a roller to flatten and still no luck. I would like suggestions if anyone else has the problem.
Xavier Spinka (verified owner) –
Good deal on high quality photo paper!
Michaela Brown (verified owner) –
Awesome quality for our Cannon-wide format. The large images we print have a beautiful glossy finish. The paperweight is of a thickness that will not rip easily. We’ve used B&H’s roll paper for a few years now. Might I also add, that they carry the same high-quality paper in a Matte. B&H is definitely our go-to.
German Reinger (verified owner) –
This poster paper works great with my poster maker. I really like that they don’t put tape on the roll itself. They use a piece a paper to wrap around the roll, so I’m not wasting paper cutting the tape off like other companies do with their poster paper rolls that I’ve ordered from.
Jaqueline Homenick (verified owner) –
I don’t usually write reviews but I am on this product as a way to vent. This paper is terrible. If you are printing photos on it for the purpose of having them mounted on a substrate of some sort ( foam core, wood, etc) , it simply will not stay flat. I have used hundred ( yes, hundreds) of dollars on various combinations of glue, photo mounting sprays and various substrates and have yet to have consistent results. Its a total time and money waster. I even printed one and took it to a professional photo framer. Three days later, the print was coming loose under the glass. I don’t know what it is about this paper, but I suspect it is the molecular composition of the paper that resists sticking no matter what glue you use. I have even used glues that are supposed to actually glue down something permanently. No use. No luck. No good. Don’t buy!!
Thora Lindgren (verified owner) –
It is a really nice paper for photos.