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Fujifilm 180GSM Photo Inkjet Paper

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      09.02.2014 18:06
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      5/5 a high quallity photo paper, it's not the cheapest but worth the little bit extra.

      ==Price and Availability==

      I'm no photographer but I do enjoy taking photos as a hobby and after receiving a discounted photo printer when buying a camera a few years ago photo paper is always something I like to have in. I've used a variety of different versions one of the being Fujiflim 180GSM Photo Inkjet Paper. I managed to get 20 A4 Sheets for about £6.50 which isn't too bad although it's not the best priced photo paper available I hoped the quality would be good and for this I don't mind paying a little extra. If you're buying bigger pack sizes then the price per sheet of paper becomes cheaper but I didn't have the money to buy in bulk at the time.



      ==Fujifilm 180GSM Photo Inkjet Paper==

      This photo paper comes in a cardboard sleeve which, in my experience was perfectly capable of holding the paper I bought and kept it clean and stopped it getting creased. I usually opt for photo paper weighted at 180GSM and so buy this weight out of routine really, the higher the GSM (Grams per Square Meter) the thicker and better quality the paper is and the more true to life the printed image will be. These A4 sheets have an ultra- white gloss finish which dries instantly, it's suitable for all inkjet printers, which in my opinion makes this paper a good buy for anyone who wishes to print their everyday photographs.



      ==My Experience==

      The paper is very well weighted; I can definitely tell it's a little more expensive than some of the other brands of photo paper that I have used. The surface is high gloss, with the reverse of the paper being matt, the paper is ultra- white and you can really tell this when looking at it, other brands I have used have had quite a dull appearance but the quality of this paper really does show. When the paper is printed on I was pleased how good the images look, they are incredibly sharp and high quality. I have often printed pictures and have mentioned before that there's dullness to them but I find the colours look so vivid on the ultra white paper and show true to life colours as they are in the image. The paper gives images a really professional look for a fraction of the price; I was really impressed with this paper and will definitely use it in future.



      ==Overall==

      If you're looking for an affordable, everyday, high quality photo paper then look no further. There are slightly cheaper alternatives available but I would pick this Fujifilm Paper over them every time. I was shocked and pleased with the quality this paper provides when printing images and will continue to use and buy it in future.

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