Canson Infinity PhotoSatin Premium RC Paper (11 x 17", 25 Sheets)

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Canson Infinity
Canson Infinity PhotoSatin Premium RC Paper (11 x 17", 25 Sheets)
Key Features
  • 100% Alpha Cellulose Base
  • Structured Polyethylene Coating
  • Basis Weight: 270 gsm
  • Thickness: 10.3 mil
Made from a 100% alpha cellulose base and featuring a structured polyethylene coating and microporous color receiver layer, PhotoSatin Premium RC Paper from Canson Infinity will provide photographers with a surface that softens reflections and has a wide color gamut. The 270 gsm paper is available here as a 25-pack of 11 x 17" sheets and features a thickness of 10.3 mil. Along with this, it uses a moderate amount of OBA content to hit a whiteness of 137.18%. For longevity it is acid free and internally buffered while it is also instant drying and highly water resistant for easy handling.
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Canson Infinity PhotoSatin Overview

Made from a 100% alpha cellulose base and featuring a structured polyethylene coating and microporous color receiver layer, PhotoSatin Premium RC Paper from Canson Infinity will provide photographers with a surface that softens reflections and has a wide color gamut. The 270 gsm paper is available here as a 25-pack of 11 x 17" sheets and features a thickness of 10.3 mil. Along with this, it uses a moderate amount of OBA content to hit a whiteness of 137.18%. For longevity it is acid free and internally buffered while it is also instant drying and highly water resistant for easy handling.

Canson Infinity PhotoSatin Specs

MaterialAlpha Cellulose
CoatingResin
Basis Weight270 gsm
Thickness10.3 mil / 0.26 mm
Whiteness137%
Single/Double-SidedSingle
OBA ContentYes
Surface FinishMatte
Quantity25 Sheets
Sheet Size11 x 17" / 27.9 x 43.2 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.805 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)17.7 x 11.85 x 0.85"

Canson Infinity PhotoSatin Reviews

Canson Infinity PhotoSatin Premium RC Paper

By William B.
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-08-08

I have been a big fan of Canson photo paper for a long time. When I started printing Note Cards I searched around for a paper that would give me a nice print and I could fold it without breaking the edges. I tried several brands with various thicknesses that just wouldn't work until I tested the Canson Infinity Photosatin RC paper. That was it. It did everything I needed it to do. It is 270g in weight but reacts like a much lighter paper. Now I am also using it for portraits, landscapes, etc... Do yourself a favor and give it a try.

Great for B&W images

By Robert
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-05-30

I purchased this paper as a replacement for the Ilford Gold Mono Silk which is not manufactured anymore.� Great replacement, no regrets.

A Brilliant, Black and White Print Paper

By Archie
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-04-02

After looking a while for a quality paper to print black and white images (having tried various papers), I selected two: �Canson's Platine Fibre Rag and Canson's PhotSatin Premium RC. �I had watched Robert Rodriguez's product reviews of the Canson papers and ordered the Platine and PhotoSatin papers. �I ran both through my Canon Pixma Pro-10 with stunning results. �Both papers are great: �the Platine has a more substantive tactile feel; the PhotoSatin, though not as heavy as the Platine, produces crisp and brilliant, black and white prints!

Excellent

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-07-03

Excellent photo paper. Does contain OBA.

Will order again

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-03-02

It shipped right away as soon as it came back in stock.

I would buy this product again.

By Craye
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-01-19

I really like this paper. It reminds me of the Kodak rc color papers that I used to print on back in the day.

Good Photo Paper

By Walter
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-24

A nice photo paper along with many others, nothing really distinguishes it and it doesn't have any bad habits. A lightweight paper which may be fine for some uses. Finish is smooth satin. Reasonable cost.

Not Really a Satin Finish

By Jay
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2018-10-18

This paper is more akin to a semi-glossy instead of a true satin finish. It also needs a bump up in saturation to get the true color. Nevertheless, the paper is one of my faves. I have always preferred semi-glossy to luster.

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Asked by: Anonymous
Hello,No. This paper is free of optical brightening agents. It is designed for artists and photographers using inkjet technology. It is a very very great paper, top quality. I have made over 100 Black and white photos with this one and the results are beautiful. I hope this answer will be helpul for you. Happy Holidays! Bernard, from Qubec, Canada
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