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Canon MP960 review at Steves Digicams
Ilse Jurriën : October 15th 2006 - 18:04 CET
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Steve's DigicamsCanon PIXMA MP960 reivew at Steves Digicams : Our good friends at Steves Digicams have published their review of the Canon PIXMA MP960 All-in-One printer. The Canon MP960 is a seven-color photo all-in-one using the ChromaLife100 system. The Canon PIXMA MP960 Photo AIO also features the Easy-Scroll Wheel user interface to complement the 3.5-inch high-definition TFT screen. The screen is viewable at a 170-degree angle. When used with a supported Canon EOS digital SLR camera, the Canon PIXMA MP960 Photo All-In-One support the user-friendly Canon-to-Canon Direct Advantage. Connected via the PictBridge port, the Canon-to-Canon connection allows users to print directly from the camera controls without a PC.
Canon MP960 review at Steves DigicamsCanon MP960 - Print from flash card
According to Steve Digicams: "Printing from a flash memory card is quick and easy. Just insert the card, view and select the pictures on the large 3.5-inch color LCD, set your printing preferences and print - it's just that simple. You can crop photos before printing if desired, just select the Trimming option and follow the on-screen prompts. It has options for brightening faces, removing red-eye, vivid colors and noise reduction. Printing directly from memory cards is as fast as printing from a computer."

Canon MP960 review conclusion - Steves Digicams
Steve continues: "The MP960 is not the equal of a $1,500 dedicated film scanner, but considering its lower cost and greater versatility, you'll find it more than adequate. Would you like to digitize that old slide collection that you've got gathering dust in the closet before they just fade away? The entire process of scanning a slide or negative is made simple with the included ScanGear software. Not only does it scan quickly, it automatically adjusts the color, brightness and contrast and for old slides it can correct color fade and minimize the dust and scratches too." You want to learn more about the Canon PIXMA AIO printer? Continue to read the Canon MP960 review at Steve's Digicams!

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