This is a genuine pack of Canon GP-501 A4 Glossy Photo Paper.See more product details
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This specialist Canon photo paper pack contains 100 sheets of A4 paper, each optimised for amazing quality prints and with a weight of 200gsm.
Using a micro-porous coating and multi-layer paper technology to optimise everything from absorption rates to light reflectiveness, this Canon Glossy GP-501 photo paper really brings your prints to life.
With item reference 0775B001, the final print of this Canon GP-501 A4 paper really needs to be seen to be believed.
Buy now to enjoy free, fast delivery on every pack.
IMPORTANT: This Canon 0775B001 paper now has a weight of 200gsm. Previously it was 210gsm but Canon's latest version of this has dropped to 200gsm.
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The order of photo paper was a bit late and when it arrived it was extremely wet. The cardboard was almost falling apart !!! Fortunately the paper was sealed inside. The other part of the order (from you)arrived OK
Thank you for leaving us a review. We're really sorry to hear that the paper packaging arrived wet and damaged- this is not what we would expect. We will raise this as an issue with our courier. Sorry for any trouble caused.Answered by Tara Ward (staff member) - January 19, 2022 08:55
Great product. Fast service. Good value. What's not to like ?
Thank you for the review Lorna :0)Answered by Kirsty Barlow (staff member) - April 09, 2021 09:29
Great paper for my Canon printer and delivered quickly thank you!
This Canon GP-501 A4 Glossy Photo Paper is exactly what we needed as volunteers to print photographs at a Lowestoft Town Football Club event. Easy to order, quick delivery, and good pricing.
This paper produces great results on my Canon MG5250 and genuine Canon ink cartridges for my use. The price was competitive and delivery was very quick. I would be happy to order again when I run out.
I use this paper when I want an A4 picture along with Canon inks and a Canon printer the results are almost guaranteed, buying in bulk also makes good sense and as always standard delivery is as good or better than some peoples special deliveries another good product delivered promptly
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Does the Canon GP-501 paper have watermarks on the reverse?
I'm afraid we are unable to tell without opening a pack, sorry.
I'd advise going for a paper which is in the double-sided category on the website. This will definitely have no water marks on and provide glossy finishes on both sides. This is the only glossy one we have: https://www.stinkyinkshop.co.uk/products/hp-professional-a4-brochure-flyer-glossy-paper-50-sheets-c6818aAnswered by Beth Owen (staff member) - November 25, 2015 10:49
Another paper weight problem, I'm afraid: the description (and your previous reply to another's question) says 170gsm but the data box says 210gsm.
I am very sorry for the confusion the weight is indeed 210gsm as stated in the information box and not 170gsm. The weight of this paper may have been changed since the last question was answered. I am very sorry for any confusion this has caused.Answered by Emma O' Malley (staff member) - July 17, 2014 09:32
Why do you not print the weight of this paper? On the other glossy paper it is clearly stated as 200 g/m2.
The weight of this paper is 170gms, thank you for letting us know it was not in the description, we have now updated this.
I currently use Canon pp-201 Photo paper plus glossy II sheets. Lovely quality and feels like a good thickness, also great skin tone colours. However we are looking at reducing costs for event photography and wondered what the main differences are between the above paper and Canon pp-501 photo glossy paper. Would the colours be as good and natural? Is it just the thickness of the paper or do pp- 201 sheets archive for longer.
I look forward to your reply.
Judging by Canon's information on the two paper types, you should get fairly similar quality and photo-life from both sorts, however if you're using a machine that uses their 'Lucia' inks (such as the PGI-9s, or PFI-102s) then the more expensive PP-201s are the advised option.
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