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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Is there a gloss (lustre) differential between the unprinted (white) areas and the printed areas? I like Museo Silver Rag because it does not exhibit this differential, but the paper is very expensive.
Asked by: Scott
I don't remember any gloss difference; however I bought this paper for testing to replace Ilford smooth pearl after Ilford went bankrupt. My go to art paper is Canson platine. I use these mid priced luster papers for printing photo exhibits for my law practice and law firm. I assumed that the Canson paper would be OK and consistent from lot to lot. This Canson paper was better than epson luster but lacked the contrast/ pop and feel of the Ilford(310gsm instead of 270) that really seems to impress both Jurors and Judges.
Answered by: Brett Z.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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does this paper have optical whiteners/brighteners?
Asked by: Anonymous
I'm not sure. You can contact Canson directly through their website and email or call them. They're in New Jersey and are very helpful.I use it to proof early stages of my work before I use Baryta for final prints. All their papers are great to work with.
Answered by: ROBERT M.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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