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Kodak Picture Paper For Inkjet Prints

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      28.02.2006 10:30
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      Since getting our new printer recently, we decided to change our printer paper for a better quality.
      Whilst looking around in PC World we came across the Kodak Picture Paper and decided to give it a go.
      As most of you might know from my other reviews I love my pictures, so this was a great buy.

      Kodak Picture Paper
      Kodak Picture Paper can be used on all inkjet printers including some of the best-known printer manufacturers such as, Epson, HP, Canon and Lexmark.
      You can get this paper in a number of different sizes and finishes. With both sides useable this paper is great.

      The code for the Kodak Picture Paper I am reviewing is PP-1-A

      Sizes and Finishes
      Kodak Printer Paper, as stated above comes in all sizes and finishes at a range of different prices. All of which you can buy in different amounts. Here is a little guide to give you an understanding.

      Size Finish Quantity Prices
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      210 x 297mm (A4) Glossy 10 sheets
      210 x 297mm (A4) Glossy 25 sheets
      210 x 297mm (A4) Glossy 75 sheets £24.99
      10x15 cm Glossy 20 sheets
      10x15 cm Glossy 40 sheets £7.99

      I think that the Kodak Picture Paper is fantastic, it produces perfect professional quality pictures all from the comfort of you own home. Weighing only 190 g/m² and being only 180 microns thick, or 7 mil you can really create the best picture.

      Kodak Picture Paper is Universally compatible which means it is perfect to use on all inkjet printers, Kodak have suggested that you use Kodak Easyshare Software for the best results although I don't and still my Pictures once printed and amazing. Any printer software will still give you great results all thanks to Kodak.

      My Recommendation
      I would definately recommend this paper to anyone, who like me, loves their photo's. It is of a very great quality and the prices are reasonable. Mind you, they're great if you usually spend loads in the shops having you photo's developed.

      The great thing about this paper is its double-sided which means you can print on both sides. So if you make a mistake on one side you can turn it straight over and try again, with out wasting another sheet.

      As with some Printer Paper you have to wait a while before you can pick it up incase it smudges but with Kodak's Printer Paper there is no need to worry. Once printing has finished your picture will be dry.

      Other Papers Available form Kodak
      Kodak Ultima Picture Paper = also for professional quality photos and long lasting effects.
      Ultra Glossy and Satin finishes

      Kodak Premium Picture Paper = for the more sharper and High quality photo's
      Ultra Glossy and Satin finishes

      Kodak Anytime Picture Paper = for the fun and affordable photo's
      Gloss finish

      All of the above are just as good as the Kodak Picture Paper but some are for different types of picture.

      For more information on Kodak Picture Paper please see www.kodak.com

      You can buy, most Kodak Printer Papers from the web site itself of elsewhere at places like PC World, Woolworths, Dixons or Curry's.

      Thanks for taking the time to read, Hope I’ve helped you out a little bit

      Emma xxxxxxxx


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