Canon PIXMA TS8360 printer review

The Canon PIXMA TS8360 is a fast multi-function printer that goes one-up on most Canon models, with a powerful straight six under the bonnet

Canon PIXMA TS8360
(Image: © Canon)

Digital Camera World Verdict

We’ve seen plenty of 5-ink Canon printers down the years, that combine a pigment-based black ink with dye-based cyan, magenta, yellow and ‘photo black’ inks. The Canon PIXMA TS8350 adds an extra ‘photo blue’ ink as well, for enhanced color space and smoother gradations in scenic blue skies. It has an exotic feature set and fast performance, taking top spot in Canon’s current line-up of PIXMA A4/8.5-inch printers, and delivering suitably impressive document and photo print quality.


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    Excellent print quality for both documents and photos

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    Fast print speeds

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    Large touchscreen

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    SD card slot


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    Running costs aren’t cheap

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    Relatively lacklustre B&W photo printing quality

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This go-faster Canon PIXMA TS8360 printer is available in black, white or a racy shade of red, going by the European model numbers of TS8350, TS8351 and TS8352 respectively. In North America, it has a single product code of PIXMA TS8320, and in Australasia it’s called the TS8360. Whichever color and number you go for, you’re in for a treat. Despite a fairly small, space-saving design, this all-in-one printer packs in some serious printing technology and a highly intuitive interface.

See also Best Canon printers

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Matthew Richards

Matthew Richards is a photographer and journalist who has spent years using and reviewing all manner of photo gear. He is Digital Camera World's principal lens reviewer – and has tested more primes and zooms than most people have had hot dinners! 

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In an earlier life he was a broadcast engineer at the BBC, as well as a former editor of PC Guide.