Extreme Performance That Will Raise Your Expectations.
Next-generation technology. Superior results. This powerhouse printer combines next-generation print head technology with advanced 5-color printing, for fast, high-definition photos. Canon Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering (FINE) uses a high-performance 1,856-nozzle print head that ejects precise, consistent droplets as small as 1 picoliter. The result? An amazing resolution of up to 9600 x 2400 color dpi,1 for detail and clarity unmatched by comparable printers. Plus, the ContrastPLUS™ 5-color ink system - with four dye-based inks plus a pigment-based black ink - produces true-life photos, along with laser-quality text. Your output will simply amaze you.
The PIXMA™ iP5000 Photo Printer has the speed to match its exceptional quality. It can produce up to 25 ppm in black and up to 17 ppm in color,2 and a beautiful 4" x 6" borderless print takes only 36 seconds. It also features a new drive system that not only improves speed but reduces noise. Want to simplify your photo printing? Simply connect any PictBridge compatible digital camera or DV camcorder, and print. It's that fast and easy!
Canon Think Tank System.™ To reduce printing costs,3 this unique system has five individual ink tanks that lets you replace only the color that runs out, rather than an entire cartridge containing unused ink. Plus, a unique low-ink sensor alerts you when ink levels are low, so you are prepared to just drop in a new tank as needed.
Advanced paper handling. With a dual paper path, you can print 2 sided or just keep photo paper stored in one tray and plain paper in another. You're always ready to print - no paper switching required.
1 Resolution may vary based on printer driver setting. Ink droplet can be placed with a horizontal pitch of 1/9600 inch at minimum. 2 PPM print speeds are based on the highest speed printer driver mode. Photo print speed based on maximum print speed using Canon Photo Paper Plus Glossy. Print speed will vary based on system configuration, software, document complexity, print mode and page coverage. 3 Will vary based on composition of images/documents printed.