Canon PIXMA TS6350 printer review

The Canon PIXMA TS6350 is an excellent all-rounder for working from home and creating high-quality photo prints

Canon Pixma TS6350 review
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Digital Camera World Verdict

Building on the rich heritage of Canon printers that combine a pigment-based black ink with CMYK dye-based inks, all in separate cartridges, the Canon PIXMA TS6350 is an excellent printer for creating mono and colour documents for work, school and play, as well as for outputting surprisingly superb colour photos, especially considering that only the four dye-based inks are used for photo output. It’s fast, efficient, easy to use, well-connected, reliable, and very good value at the price.


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    Fast, high-quality output

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    Dual paper input feeds

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    OLED screen and motorized output tray


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    A touchscreen would have been nicer

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    No memory card slot

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    Can’t print on CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs

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Like some of Canon’s cameras, this printer has different model names in varying world regions. In the USA it’s the TS6320 and in Australia it’s the TS6360. Available in black or white, it has different model codes in the UK, as the TS6350, TS6351 respectively. Typical of Canon 5-ink printers from down the years, it’s designed to be equally adept at document and photo printing, making it an ideal device for a busy household, whether you’re working from home, creating home-schooling resources for the kids, or wanting to create high-quality photos of up to A4/8.5x11 inches in size.

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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