With a smooth matte surface finish that will ensure images look great in a wide range of lighting conditions, Canon's PM-101 Photo Paper Pro Premium Matte, available here in a 20-pack of 17 x 22" sheets, is a great option for fine art printing. It offers a basis weight of 210 gsm that is highly manageable and a thickness of 12.2 mil for supporting the image when hung, as well as a brightness of 92% for a natural white base.
- Basis Weight: 210 gsm
- Thickness: 12.2 mil
- Brightness: 92%
- Surface Finish: Smooth Matte
Canon PM-101 Overview
Canon PM-101 Specs
|Basis Weight||210 gsm|
|Thickness||12 mil / 0.3 mm|
|Sheet Size||17 x 22" / 43.2 x 55.9 cm|
|Package Weight||4.65 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||22.5 x 18.2 x 1"|
Canon PM-101 Reviews
Good Paper for making cards book markers
Made very good book markers and cards
The Best Fine Art Paper for High Quality Printing
I am a crafts person who makes greeting cards. For each major holiday I create a card that I need to reproduce. The paper I was using was too lightweight. I researched photo paper and was pleased with the results after using the Canon Pro Premium Matte paper. I will continue to use this paper. Also the prints color wise are beautiful and just like the original. Thank you for having the paper available at a good price for someone who only uses a small amount.
Premium Matte Provides the Effects I Wanted
I am new to printing, but the Canon Matte paper allows the fine art look I want for certain photographs, including equine photographs. I also like the weight of this paper. The 17x22 prints look very good to my eye, and one of my new clients agrees and prefers the matte paper to glossy papers.
Perfect in every way
Beautiful high quality paper
Canon Premium Matte Paper
I like the effects the Canon Premium Matte paper presents, combined with my Canon Pro 1000 printer.
Best paper I've ever used
I print high resolution black and white and color photos. This paper is incredible. No gloss so no reflection when viewed from any angle. Fantastic color and grayscale, looks like 3D images in some cases. I photographed a watercolor painting with brush marks and people thought it was the original painting. Both Epson and Canon inkjet printers. I like the Canon G620 printer the best, but slow printing.
Amazing for B&W
I shoot mainly with a Leica M10 Monochrom and print on a Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-1000, so other equipment may yield different results. However, this is absolutely my favorite photo paper for black and white prints. If you use the same printer, be aware that the PRO-1000 will try to force a large border for this particular paper (it does not for the pro lustre or glossy versions). I use the 8 1/2 x 11 and print 6x9 for most of my prints using the 35mm aspect ratio, and am super happy with the results as the printer wants 1 border minimum. For large prints, I also purchased the 13x19 size paper.
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