HP Premium Plus Photo Paper, Glossy (60 Sheets, 5 x 7")

HP Premium Plus Photo Paper, Glossy (60 Sheets, 5 x 7")

HP Premium Plus Photo Paper, Glossy (60 Sheets, 5 x 7")

B&H # HEPP5760G MFR # CR669A
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Product Highlights

  • 300 GSM / 80 lb
  • Compatible With All Inkjet Printers
  • Smudge-Free
  • Water-Resistant
  • Instant-Dry
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HP Premium Plus Photo Paper, Glossy (60 Sheets, 5 x 7") is compatible with all inkjet printers and optimized for HP printers. The paper is smudge-free, water-resistant, dries instantly, and when used in conjunction with HP ink and printers, will last for many years.

HP's highest-quality photo paper for your best photos. Compatible with all inkjet printers. Print glossy photos that are long-lasting, smudge-free, water-resistant and instant dry
For important photos that deserve studio quality
Ideal for framing and gift giving
Prints that resist fading for generations. Professional quality and durability for framing, display and gift giving
Increased thickness and premium glossy finish
Print your photos that is easy to recycle in systems that accept mixed paper

Eco Benefits

FSC certified fiber from well managed forests
Recyclable in community collection systems that accept mixed paper
Paperboard packaging made from 100% total recycled content, minimum 35% post consumer content
UPC: 886111138845
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HP Premium Plus Photo Paper, Glossy (60 Sheets, 5 x 7")
  • Limited 90-Day Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Basis Weight 300 gsm
    Thickness 11.5 mil / 0.29 mm
    Single/Double-Sided Single
    Surface Finish Glossy
    Quantity 60 Sheets
    Sheet Size (W x L) 5 x 7" / 12.7 x 17.8 cm
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.01 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.7 x 5.9 x 0.9"
    Premium Plus Photo Paper, Glossy (60 Sheets, 5 x 7") is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 14.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Deep Rich Colors - Nice Paper I've been using this new photo paper on my HP Envy 110 411a and have nothing but satisfying results with the printouts. I know there have been some complaints from other reviewers regarding this new paper. HP's solution for folks with older printers(purchased before October, 2011) is to change the settings to HP Advanced Photo Papers which should improve the results. I have been using the normal setting of HP Premium Plus Photo Paper and the results speak for themselves. I hope this helps the folks having issues. If you have a newer printer, leave the settings like they should be and enjoy.
    Date published: 2012-01-31
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from horrible paper maybe it is the fact that I am using HP 02 inks, or it is the 3210 All In One printer, but this paper is horrible!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Cannot begin to compare to the old premium plus or even to the premium paper. I have the same print on both papers, looking at them side by side, and it is pitiful. The blacks are not black, the over-all print is not dark enough, has a greenish cast, extremely poor quality. Unfortunately, the premium photo paper is not available in 5x7, and I am stuck with this so-called new and improved premium plus. It is the major reason I am looking to purchase an Epson printer now and ditching this. Which is a shame, because this has been a pretty good printer over the 2 or 3 years I've had it.
    Date published: 2011-12-30
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from TOTALLY DISSATISFIED! I have used HP papers for all my Photo printing needs UNTIL HP came out with their NEW VERSION of the previous photo papers in 2011. Even on my HP printer, and using the new guidelines that HP suggested using to improve the output of photos, the quality is still poor all around. I am so totally dissappointed and there are so many others who too are upset. Some people don't care that much about what their pictures look like, BUT I DO! I'm still looking for photo paper camparable to the old version of HP Photo Papers. HP ruined a great thing and most likely to cut corners. They cut my corner off from using their so-called Improved version of Photo Paper. It is not improved. It is ruined in my opinion! I'm embarressed to print any pictures to give to friends and family! Sad, sad, sad!
    Date published: 2013-10-18
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible... I had been using HP Premium Plus [High Glossy] Photo Paper for many, many years and considered it the best photo paper on the market. In fact, it had been my absolute favorite photo paper!! (I used it personally and professionally.) So therefore, it came as a horrifying shock to see the result of the "new" and "improved" HP Premium Plus Photo Paper. In the middle of printing whole bunch of my photographic works, I finally running out of my last box of HP Premium Plus [High Glossy] Paper. Opened the newly purchased Premium Plus one (husband ordered it for me) I did notice it had stated "glossy" instead of "high gloss" on the box. "Well.. it shouldn't be too much of a deal..." Wrong! I was terribly shocked after the photo was printed!!!!! How could the quality be so different? There is no comparison - heaven and h*ll (which was exactly how I felt while looking at the same photo printed on two same/different paper literally two minutes before and after.) My heart dropped all the way to rock bottom..., for I still had a tremendous amount of photographic work that needed to be printed and I need them to have a consistent quality. After reading the reviews and HP's "new printing instruction," I gave it a try. Still disappointed. The quality is clearly different; there's also color-shifting. Though HP also recommends HP Premium Photo Paper for those who were previously using old HP Premium Plus Photo Paper and want a photo paper most similar to that type, based on my personal experience, they still do not come close. We got Premium Photo Paper by accident before and I ended up throwing the whole box away because it could not match the quality I found from [old] Premium Plus Photo Paper. I needed that quality - if not the same, at least similar. Unfortunately I did not find it on Premium Photo Paper and not on the new Premium Plus, either. Now I am in a deep, deep trouble, because we now have seven boxes of the "new" & "improved" Premium Plus Photo Paper that I cannot use and I need to find something that can match the quality of the old one in order to continue and finish printing the rest of the works... For so many years, I/we loved HP Premium Plus [High Gloss] Photo Paper and had always trusted you. HP really does break my heart this time. Very sad, and disappointed. Please bring the old HP Premium Plus Photo Paper back!!
    Date published: 2012-03-11
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from gets stuck in printer I purchased the 4x6 in the soft gloss and have no problems. The 5x7 in the glossy finish gets stuck in my printer and I have wasted lots of paper. I wish you would make the 5x7 in the soft gloss!
    Date published: 2012-11-24
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible!! I completely agree with the post from December 30th. I have used this paper for years and now it is garbage compared to what it used to be! I do a lot of printing at home and now I'll have to send out my 5x7s to be printed. Please go back to the way the paper used to be!!!!
    Date published: 2012-01-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Surprisingly excellent paper I've used HP's Premium Plus paper for a number of years in conjunction with my HP printer and HP 97 ink cartridge. Colors are exceptional, contrast brilliant. It's a surprisingly excellent paper for quick prints. It is far superior to HP's premium paper and HP's advanced is pretty poor except in situations where you need quick, cheap prints.
    Date published: 2011-11-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from HP Photo Paper works well in HP Printers We had to learn the hard way that HP Photo Paper is what we should use in our HP inkjet printer. The paper is thicker and 99% of the time gets picked up by the HP printer. Other photo paper that we have used has been thinner. We also notice that the ink dries faster on the HP Photo paper. It is the only photo paper we will purchase now.
    Date published: 2013-12-02
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