Resistant to the effects of lighting, this 24" x 100' roll of Photo Paper Pro Luster from Canon is a great option for exhibitions of photography and art. The semi-gloss finish offers a small texture that is pleasing to the eye. The paper itself features a basis weight of 260 gsm and thickness of 10.2 mil that make it easy to handle. It is fast drying and has a rated opacity of 96% along with a whiteness of 92%. Additionally, it comes on a 3" core and has a gloss level of 19.5% at 60°.
The Professional's Source Since 1973
- Basis Weight: 260 gsm
- Thickness: 10.2 mil
- Opacity: 96%
- Whiteness: 92%
Canon Photo Paper Pro Luster Overview
Canon Photo Paper Pro Luster Specs
|Basis Weight||260 gsm|
|Thickness||10.2 mil / 0.26 mm|
|Gloss Level||19.5% at 60°|
|Size||24" x 100' / 61 cm x 30.5 m|
|Core Size||3" / 7.6 cm|
|Package Weight||14.05 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||26.8 x 7.2 x 6.7"|
Canon Photo Paper Pro Luster Reviews
Well packed. As Expected
This paper is a nice alternative to high gloss.
Canon Pro Luster 17X100' Roll
This is one of my go to papers as it prints colour and black and white photos nicely and good quality for the price. I have a canon pro 1000 and for me liking to print big photos I find this the best way for me. I just cut the size I want and print. B&H shipped it to me in Canada in just 3 days with no damage and I like that.
It is a really a perfect paper. It is nice and heavy.
I use this paper with my Canon imagePROGRAF Pro-2100. The weight and feel of the paper is lab quality. The colors are vivid and well saturated on this paper. Great paper for my images. I highly recommend it.
Worth paying a little more.
My library recently purchased a Canon IPF large format printer. I initially went with an off-brand photo. The sharpness was decent but the color seemed muted regardless of settings tried. I found the Pro Luster at B&H and have found it to be SO MUCH BETTER. Maybe its because Canon's defaults are better set for the attributes of the paper, I don't know but the colors pop so much more. Worth the money!
Love the look
If you have a roll paper printer like my ImagePrograf 2000, you have many choices of paper. For black and white I like matte paper, but love the feel of this paper for full-color images.
Much cheaper than sheets
I am using this for 17x22 sheets and any custom sheets I need. It comes out much cheaper, but if your sheets need to be flat then this won't work. I used this for a 17x42 pan photo in my Canon Pro-1000. (custom size sheets must have a boarder in that printer)
YOUR RECENTLY VIEWED ITEMS