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1. Kodak PH40 Media Cartridge for
$21.99 $10.00 list($29.99)
2. Kodak 8745234 Ultima Picture Paper,
$19.92 list($29.99)
3. Kodak 8892796 Ultima Picture Paper,
$20.99 $15.75 list($29.99)
4. Kodak 1096023 Premium Picture
$11.99 $6.39 list($12.99)
5. Kodak 1124346 Picture Paper, Soft
$20.83 $17.61 list($29.99)
6. Kodak Premium Picture Paper for
$7.99 list($12.99)
7. Kodak 1712736 Presentation Plus
$17.99 $9.99 list($19.99)
8. Kodak 8887713 Premium Picture
$23.74 $16.79 list($29.99)
9. Kodak 8175655 Picture Paper, 8.5"x11",
$11.99 $5.88 list($12.99)
10. Kodak 8107120 Premium Picture
$41.99 $37.69 list()
11. KODAK Professional Grade Inkjet
$17.99 Too low to display list($19.99)
12. Kodak 1459395 Ultima Picture Paper,
$9.99 $2.89
13. Kodak 8084931 Ultima Picture Paper,
$9.99 $5.81 list()
14. Kodak ULTIMA PHOTO PAP 5X7-INKJET
$13.99 $6.99 list($14.99)
15. Kodak 8110579 Ultima Picture Paper,
$11.28
16. Kodak Premium Picture Paper (8559569)
$8.95 list($14.99)
17. Kodak 8456147 Ultima Picture Paper,
$5.99 $0.48 list()
18. Kodak 8969172 Picture Paper, Soft
$13.99 $9.42 list()
19. KODAK Professional Grade Inkjet
$5.75 list($14.99)
20. Kodak 8245276 Premium Picture

1. Kodak PH40 Media Cartridge for Printer Dock 6000/4000
by Kodak
list price: $24.99
our price: $20.94
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Asin: B00009M6SS
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 21
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Includes high-quality color cartridge and photo paper
  • Photo paper quantity matches color cartridge, yielding the exact number of prints every time
  • Xtralife Lamination provides protective coating for highly-durable, waterproof photos
  • Exclusively for use with Kodak Easyshare Printer Docks

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars KODAK PH40 Media Paper and Ink
Kodak an American firm which has traded on the NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE (EK+NYSE) for years makes this product.

Cost is always high when you pay retail. Thats why use this comparison shopping to obtain your best cost basis. I did and saved more than FORTY PERCENT.

Thats a sale price and for the same product people pay a much higher price for.

This supurb product works well and the final coating from our Kodak Easy Share Printer makes it waterproof. so fingerprints can be wiped off this Professional Grade Quality Paper without smudges..

When you see a low cost basis like this now from here that should help your decision to buy now a few packages while your able to get this cost basis.

Comparison shopping saves you a lot of money as it does me. Try it and see. o-o ... Read more


2. Kodak 8745234 Ultima Picture Paper, High Gloss (4x6, 100 Sheets)
list price: $29.99
our price: $21.99
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Asin: B000083KL1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 6259
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Long lasting, professional quality photos

Our heaviest and highest quality photo paper. Ideal for showcasing and sharing those most treasured moments.
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Features

  • ColorLast protection against light, air pollution, moisture, and heat
  • Compatible with most inkjet printers
  • 270 g/m2 weight, 10 mil thickness, brightness rating of 92
  • 100 sheets of 4-by-6-inch photo paper
  • High-gloss finish for professional-looking prints

Reviews (8)

3-0 out of 5 stars Really inferior on an Epson printer
I have been using Epson high gloss paper on my Epson Photo RX500 printer and have been delighted with the results. I forget, now, why I ever bought this Kodak paper but when I got around to using it just now I hated the results. As noted by other reviewers, it's 6.5 inches long, not 6 inches. And the image results are flat and washed out compared with the prints I've been getting with Epson high gloss paper. I guess I could spend the day fiddling w/settings to see if I could claw back some of the image quality I've lost by switching to a different paper but why bother? I am going to use this paper for "test prints" and go back to Epson for stuff I want to keep.

3-0 out of 5 stars Suggested printer settings will not work for canon printer
Its not compatible with Canon iP 3000- no matter whatever setting you use. Paper quality is good , but if you print using Canon printer you will get best quality on Canon brand paper or other generic papers (I tried Walgreens paper). Quality of picture on this Kodak paper is inferior with grainy texture, you will also see fine lines running across the picture. However paper quality is good and may get good prints if used with other than Canon printers.

UPDATE:

I was able to find out the correct setting for Canon printer iP3000.
1. Use kodak easy share software.
2. Select following printing preferences
Print Quality-> Custom -> Quality Fine, Halftoning Diffusion
Colour adjustment-> Either Normal or Light.
3. In the Kodak easy share software select Paper Type-> Other
This gave me best picture quality on this paper comparable to printing on Canon Paper.

I WILL RATE THE PAPER AND PICTURE QUALITY AS FIVE STAR NOW.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very good paper
This is great paper for photos!For those not using a Kodak printer (which are also very highly recommended), the extra length is not a problem - you just need to format your own printer, using directions from Kodak's website.The extra space allows for easier handling if you do not want finger smudges on your beautiful prints.Perforations are there so that you can tear off the excess paper.
These prints last so long, and the paper is Kodak quality, producing great pictures!

2-0 out of 5 stars Duhh! Why print 4x6 when it is 4x6.5
This makes no sense. If the industry standard is 4x6, why did they, Kodak, cut the paper to 4x6.5 and then advertise on the carton that it is 4x6 -- yes, I see the fine print on the back side of the carton that reads "actual paper size is 4x6.5"

I still don't understand why they did this.

Now I have cut the pictures down to the correct size...what a waste of my time!!!!!!!!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great paper, but 6 1/2 inches long, not 6
I used this paper on a Canon i560.If you go to the Kodak web site and follow the settings recommendation for you specific printer, your results will improve greatly.On my printer, the default printer settings resulted in washed out colors.After adjusting to the recommendations, I got perhaps the most accurate color on this printer so far, including prints made with Canon paper and following the Canon printer recommendations.Others here who say this paper is bad on a Canon have not followed the directions. ... Read more


3. Kodak 8892796 Ultima Picture Paper, Glossy (8.5x11, 40 Sheets)
by Kodak
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00005YY1R
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 10415
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Kodak's heaviest and highest-quality photo paper, Kodak Ultima Picture paper is ideal for showcasing your best pictures. Enjoy professional-quality photos and long-lasting prints, right at home. The 10-millimeter thickness and 95 brightness will rival prints from a photo lab. This paper is compatible with all inkjet printers. ... Read more

Features

  • 40 sheets per package
  • 8.5-by-11-inch sheets
  • High gloss finish
  • 10 mil thickness, 95 brightness
  • Compatible with all inkjet printers

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best glossy I've used for HP 900 series.
I've tried numerous papers on my aging HP 970 CXi and HP 930C printers, and for glossy prints Kodak Ultima is by far the best. The paper is thick, heavy, and relatively durable. Even heavy black areas dry quickly. Greyscale looks like greyscale, not like sepia as it does on many other papers. Colors are vibrant with sharp edges, and true to the original, especially when the saturation is boosted one notch in the print driver. I have not been able to test the paper on other printers, but if it's anything like this you won't be dissapointed.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Photo Paper
I have had excellent results with this paper. The photos come out perfect and professional. Even the feel of the paper is better than any other ones I have used.
Amazon offers this paper at a great price.
Buy it, you will not regret it!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Extremely Great Paper
This is very high quality paper. Pictures look just like you had a photo lab develop them. This paper is not as glossy as the Canon Photo Pro, so if you want the glossiest paper buy the Canon Photo Pro. If you like your prints glossy yet not to the extreme this is the paper for you.

3-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing photo quality paper.
I use an Epson Photo 780 and I take my photographs seriously, so Kodak was my first choice and I expected the best quality from them. Although I own an EOS D30 digital camera, I still prefer to use Kodachrome in my EOS 5 and prefer Kodak paper for my analog prints.

I was both surprised and disappointed to find I got better results from the Epson Premium Glossy Photo Paper and the Jet Print Professional Photo Paper, Superior Glossy Finish (International Paper). The color looks good on the Kodak paper and I love the thickness of this stock, but the finish is not as smooth and photo-finish like as the other two papers. The images on this paper look like they were computer printed with inkjet; a slight embossed appearance, when viewed from the edge. With the other two papers, the photos have a perfectly smooth surface and feel like they were analog photo printed. In addition, in my experience the Jet Print paper from International Paper was considerably less expensive too! ... Read more


4. Kodak 1096023 Premium Picture Paper (8.5x11, 50 Sheets)
by Kodak
list price: $29.99
our price: $20.99
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Asin: B00004Z3IK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 4063
Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This premium-quality paper for photo prints from Kodak works with all major inkjet printers and dries quickly to a smooth, glossy finish. Perfect for creating professional-quality pictures, this paper is the answer for photographers of any level. Included in this kit are 50, 8 1/2 x 11 inch sheets. ... Read more

Features

  • Premium-quality paper for photo prints
  • Works with all major inkjet printers
  • 8.5 by 11 inch size, 50-sheet pack
  • Fast dry time
  • Smooth, glossy finish

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent prints with Canon i560s printer
Using my Canon i560s printer, Kodak's recommended printer driver settings, and Kodak's free software for printing, this paper produces near flawless photos. They are semi-gloss (not high-gloss like Canon's Photo Paper Plus Glossy that comes with the printer). This paper has been reformulated recently (according to the packaging) and I will continue to use it for all photos. I have been unable to get Canon's software to print accurate colors on this paper - so use Kodak's! Canon's software (Easy Photo Print) won't print accurate colors even on their own Photo Paper Plus Glossy paper (and there is no way to manually tinker with the color settings in Easy Photo Print - you can in the Kodak software via the Canon print driver). If you run a comparison, you will see that Kodak has got the color thing nailed cold and Canon does not, regardless of paper type.

The only detectable flaw I've seen in any print on Kodak's Premium Picture Paper is on photos with very dark/black areas. If you hold the print at a sharp angle in bright light (you never would unless looking for this flaw) you can see a slight decrease in the reflectivness of these really dark areas that you don't see using the Canon Photo Paper Plus Glossy paper.

Nobody who has looked at my prints (except me) has noticed this flaw - so don't worry about it. By the way, I much prefer the semi-glossy nature of this paper to Canon's Photo Paper Plus Glossy which truly is so glossy it can be annoying in some lighting conditions.

The Canon i560s uses dye-based ink for printing photos. I think pigment-based ink will have different results (Canon mixes the 3 dye-based colors to produce black when printing photos, as the black cartridge is pigment based in this printer).

5-0 out of 5 stars Hits the mark!
This paper does what it is intended to do. It provides an affordable, quality option for printing snap shots. Would I use it to reproduce images to present in a gallery? No. But for images that require the highest quality prints I upload and print at a professional digital lab. However for printing snap shots to be sent to relatives and for my wife to use for scrapbooking this paper has proven to be the best. I have tried several papers on my Canon S520 printer, including canon's own line. I like this Kodak paper the best. With this paper I always get a reliable reproduction of my images. I would caution that it is important to follow Kodak's advandced settings recommendations to get the best prints. These are available in the package and at Kodak's web site. Kodak also offers free software to assist with the printing that will optimize the printer settings for the paper automatically. My wife (who is not computer savy) has found this program to be helpful in printing photos. I have found it helpful in that I no longer am needed to assist her every time she wants to print.

5-0 out of 5 stars OUSTANDING PHOTO PAPER FOR PICTURES!!
This excellent quality high gloss photo paper would be my absolute Number ONE choice for printing home-photo's!! Without a doubt, the best I have ever used!!!!!!!!

2-0 out of 5 stars Too much red on photos printed from HP PSC 2210
I used it on my HP PSC 2210 multifunction machine with 6-ink photo printing. The photos come out with too much red. The HP premium photo paper, on the other hand, produced photos that look exactly like the once developed in the local 1-hour photo lab. In short, avoid the Kodak premium photo paper if you have HP printers.

5-0 out of 5 stars Pictures came out nice - but overpriced
I wish they would lower the price a little.
But my pictures do come out beautifully. ... Read more


5. Kodak 1124346 Picture Paper, Soft Gloss, 8.5"x11", 25 Sheets
by Kodak
list price: $12.99
our price: $11.99
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Asin: B00004Z3IS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 10641
Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Kodak's inkjet picture paper provides a great balance between quality and versatility, perfect for your everyday photo printing needs. Each 8.5-by-11-inch sheet has a soft gloss finish on both sides, ideal for creating ready-made photo album pages. Kodak papers are compatible with virtually any inkjet printer, and can be relied on to produce quality print results. ... Read more

Features

  • Quality paper for everyday photo prints
  • Works with all major inkjet printers
  • 8.5 by 11 inch size, 25-sheet pack
  • Fast dry time
  • Soft gloss finish

Reviews (5)

3-0 out of 5 stars Mixed performances on this paper, so past on it.
I got to agree with the others on Kodak Picture Paper quality for Canon printer, it is bad. I have a lot of printers: 2 Epson, HP, and Canon. My old Epson 1200 did a good job with this paper so I bought a lot (still one package unopened). I ditched that printer and used an Epson's 820 and the results were mixed. For presentation purpose of just color and text it looks fine. For photo picture you notice it isn't that good. My HP 6110 did a good job with it. My newest printer Canon's i960 did a burry job. The printout images on presentation and photo were fuzzy with too much ink. Maybe I have to put the setting to draft with less ink or something.

I think Epson matte paper is the best paper for quality/price for presentation. For photo printouts any top line glossy paper or e-gloss matte paper is fine. This paper is getting cheaper though.

3-0 out of 5 stars Optimized for HP printers
Kodak paper is primarily for HP printers. I have used this paper on a variety of printers including HP, Lexmark, Canon and Epson and the quality is substandard on all printers except the HP. Also tried on various models of each printer manufacturer with the same result.

Some printer companies design their printers, ink and paper to work together. When this continuity is compromised, the output quality is often substandard.

In short, HP=ok. Other=**danger**

1-0 out of 5 stars Very bad results with Epson 820
Don't expect to get good picture quality with this paper if you have an Epson Photo 820 printer. I tried differents settings, including those suggested by Kodak, and always got very bad results.

1-0 out of 5 stars The paper [bad]
Using CANON S750, the outcome is terrible. It is dark and blur. Canon's Photo Paper Pro, or Kadak's Premium Photo Paper did produce high-quality pictures, almost no different from the photo developed in a lab.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Combo of Price and Quality
Kodak Picture Paper has a nice soft gloss on both sides and I have had very good results with it. After shopping around, I found it to have the best combination of price and quality. It's quite heavy and very bright and is perfect for printing photos from digital cameras. It makes photos from even medicore printers look two times better than when printed on premium matte inkjet paper. ... Read more


6. Kodak Premium Picture Paper for Inkjet Prints (Satin, 8.5x11, 50-Sheets)
by Kodak
list price: $29.99
our price: $20.83
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Asin: B00005V0WY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 13377
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT PHOTO PRINTS
I HAVE A HP DESKJET 932C COLOR PRINTER WHICH I AM VERY PLEASED WITH IN GENERAL. I DON'T LIKE GLOSSY PRINTS, SO I USE THE KODAK PREMIUM SATIN PAPER. THE PRINTS COME OUT GREAT WITH CRISP, VIBRANT COLORS AND NO PROBLEM WITH DRYING TIMES. I HAVE A CANON POWERSHOT S200 2MP DIGITAL ELPH CAMERA, AND COMBINED WITH MY PRINTER AND THIS PAPER THE RESULTS ARE STUNNING. HIGHLY RECOMMEND FOR A SETUP SUCH AS MINE.

1-0 out of 5 stars Get paper from major printer manufacture
I have a Canon i850. The prints on Epson Premium Glossy Photo Paper shows up flawlessly, can't tell any difference from regular lab print. When I try out the Kodak paper, yekk! The paper is sticky and smelly, the ink takes a long time to dry, and the print quality are terrible compared to those on Espon paper. I know definitely it is not problem with my printer. I am so regret I went to Kodak. My friend has a HP and it prints on HP paper flawlessly. So my recommendation is: get paper from major printer manufacture only, they know what they are doing. ... Read more


7. Kodak 1712736 Presentation Plus Paper, Matte, 8.5"x11", 150 Sheets
by Kodak
list price: $12.99
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Asin: B00005YY1S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 19795
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8. Kodak 8887713 Premium Picture Paper, High Gloss, 4x6.5 (75 Sheets)
by Kodak
list price: $19.99
our price: $17.99
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Asin: B00006IRTY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 10967
Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Ultra high-gloss finish
  • 10 mil thickness
  • 95 brightness
  • Compatible with inkjet printers
  • Package contains 75 4-by-6.5-inch sheets

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars Wrong Size!
The package says this is 4X6 paper, but it isn't. It's actually 4X6.5! I feel ripped off! What's the point of having a printer capable of edge to edge printing when I have to cut off an extra .5 inches on my pictures when using this paper? I've had good luck with Kodak's 8.5X11 paper which was the actual size advertised on the package. Why is this different?

It just doesn't make any sense. Is this a design flaw on Kodak's part?

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent prints with Canon i560s printer
Using my Canon i560s printer, Kodak's recommended printer driver settings, and Kodak's free software for printing, this paper produces near flawless photos. They are semi-gloss (not high-gloss like Canon's Photo Paper Plus Glossy that comes with the printer). This paper has been reformulated recently (according to the packaging) and I will continue to use it for all photos. I have been unable to get Canon's software to print accurate colors on this paper - so use Kodak's! Canon's software (Easy Photo Print) won't print accurate colors even on their own Photo Paper Plus Glossy paper (and there is no way to manually tinker with the color settings in Easy Photo Print - you can in the Kodak software via the Canon print driver). If you run a comparison, you will see that Kodak has got the color thing nailed cold and Canon does not, regardless of paper type.

The only detectable flaw I've seen in any print on Kodak's Premium Picture Paper is on photos with very dark/black areas. If you hold the print at a sharp angle in bright light (you never would unless looking for this flaw) you can see a slight decrease in the reflectivness of these really dark areas that you don't see using the Canon Photo Paper Plus Glossy paper.

Nobody who has looked at my prints (except me) has noticed this flaw - so don't worry about it. By the way, I much prefer the semi-glossy nature of this paper to Canon's Photo Paper Plus Glossy which truly is so glossy it can be annoying in some lighting conditions.

The Canon i560s uses dye-based ink for printing photos. I think pigment-based ink will have different results (Canon mixes the 3 dye-based colors to produce black when printing photos, as the black cartridge is pigment based in this printer).

For borderless 4x6 prints, you will have to cut a half-inch off the paper as it is 4 x 6.5 inches and the Canon printer driver does not allow flexibility at this time. If you want a white border, then no need to trim.

2-0 out of 5 stars poor printing quality !!!
After comparing the prints on Kodak premium high glossy photo paper and Canon glossy photo paper plus, that came with my Canon i560 printer, I decided to get way from Kodak. It shows very grany texture especially in the dark area and colors are very dull. Canon paper reproduces much vibrant color and texture. After my own experimentation with papers, I searched on internet to find reviews on many different brands of papers. It seems like Kodak papers in general don't have good ratings.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money
I am not usually moved to write reviews, but I am really unhappy with this product. I have a Canon i950 which came with a sample of Canon Photo Paper Pro (which yielded phenominal prints). Kodak High Gloss "premium" 4 x 6 paper is longer than 4 x 6 print, requiring the user to trim pictures (annoying). I might excuse that IF I got nice pictures. The pictures look terrible! I tried 3 different print settings to see if that would help, it didn't. They look like they were printed with a cheap printer. Canon Photo Paper Pro is the way to go. Don't waste your money on this.

5-0 out of 5 stars Favorite Paper
I've tried other less known 4x6 photo papers, they produced decent prints, but I thought I would try out these Kodak 4x6 sheets. I was instantly amazed after my first print (on a Canon S9000). The quality was about that of something professional. I'm going to stick with Kodak 4x6 photo paper for 4x6 prints. You may pay a little more (if any) for this product but in return you get wonderful prints. ... Read more


9. Kodak 8175655 Picture Paper, 8.5"x11", 75 Sheets
by Kodak
list price: $29.99
our price: $23.74
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Asin: B00004Z3IT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 14895
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Perfect for printing your everyday photos
  • Versatile soft-gloss finish
  • Fast drying time
  • 75 sheets
  • 8.5-by-11-inch sheets

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for presentation prints but only good for photo
This is a good paper for the price. It can handle photo print-out alright. It is definitely not the best photo paper, just above average. I mainly use it for color presentation that use color graphics, images, and texts.

I use this paper on an Epson 820 and 1200 and it printed out great. I use this on my Canon i960 and the print-out comes out fuzzy. Maybe Canon uses too much ink and the paper can not soak it up fast enough. I can't recommend this paper for Canon's printers.

You should buy a couple or the 25 sheets and see if it works with your printer. I find this paper best for presentation graphic.

5-0 out of 5 stars great for everday digital photos
I use this for my everyday photos - the ones that go in my albums I print from my computer's printer (HP 900 series)
Pros:
1. Not-so-glossy finish. Every other brand I've tried is so glossy that they shine and have a glare, unlike the pictures you would get from a professional developer (even the ones that aren't "high gloss") - one exception is the Kodak Ultima Satin which is similar to this with a much heavier weight and higher price. OR they have no shine - watch out for "matte photo paper" which usually has no shine at all.
2. Cheap. Just about the cheapest you can find, even compared to no-name brands.
3. Easy to cut. Since it is a lighter weight, I can cut my sheets of photos easier with less wear on cutting tools.
4. Two sided gloss. I've never used both sides, but it's there if you want it and you don't have to worry about which way to feed the paper, it can print on either side.

Con:
Lighter weight paper. If you want the feel of studio type paper (like you get when you get your family photos done at a professional studio), this is not the paper for you. I like the Kodak Ultima line - the "satin" finish has a similar not-so-glossy finish like this one. These papers are much more expensive, I usually save it for pictures I am going to give away. ... Read more


10. Kodak 8107120 Premium Picture Paper, Satin, 8.5"x11", 15 Sheets
by Kodak
list price: $12.99
our price: $11.99
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Asin: B00005T3U2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 6250
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • The satin finish offers a low-gloss surface for smooth color representation and strong details
  • Package includes fifteen 8.5 x 11 one-sided prints
  • Works with any Brand InkJet Printer

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars What can I say but "WOW".
I have an Epson 890 printer which I bought for printing digital photos at home. It has a roll attachment and an excellent reputation. I did reviews twice on this printer. It was this printer I used to print with this paper.

EARLIER EXPERIENCES WITH KODAK PAPER WERE NOT GOOD.
I had tried Kodak paper early on with this printer and the results were horrible. So I opted to go with only Epson paper and am quite pleased with the results. However, it needs to be noted, that the Epson printer is optimized for Epson paper and this is not too surprising. Most printer manufacturers make their money on the "consumables" versus the printers themselves, so this is their primary focus. Consumables being ink and paper. Only their paper and ink will give you the best results, if it is up to them.

EPSON PAPER IS NOT ON EVERY SHELF THOUGH: KODAK IS:
However, if you want to buy paper locally, all you find here (in Rochester NY) is Kodak paper and HP at the grocery stores. I felt it was a pity, I could not opt for an easier to buy paper.

KODAK GIVES YOU THE SOFTWARE YOU NEED TO OPTIMIZE ALL THE PRINTERS OUT THERE:
The Kodak paper advertized on the package that it works on all injet printers and mentioned some software I could download to optimize my printer to do this. So I said: Why not give it a shot? I can return it if I'm not satified with the results.

FREE SOFTWARE ON THEIR WEBSITE:
I went to their website and downloaded their software: There were 3 pieces. The Kodak picture transfer software, to use with the latest Kodak cameras and docks, the Kodak picture software for picture manipulation and then the specialized printer optimizing software: "One touch printing software". This one touch printing software is done by printer type, so it is customized for what you need. It actually had a selection for the Epson 890. I would imagine you can pair the Kodak picture software and the printing software with any other camera's transfer software.

PRINTED BOTH ON EPSON PAPER AND ON KODAK PAPER EXAMPLE OF SAME PRINT (3MP CLOSE UP OF AN AFRICAN VIOLET):
I ran an 8 X 10 picture on first the Epson paper with the Epson drivers and then the same picture minutes later, on the Kodak paper with the One touch printing selection on, in the Kodak picture software. What can I say but Wow! My previous complaint about Kodak paper in my printer was more than resolved. The photo it printed was crisp, clear and had more "true-to-life" colors than the Espon picture did. I really thought the Epson paper was top notch until I saw this.

LONGER LIFE:
One thing I did hear, and this may be advertizing claims only, is that the Kodak paper has a longer shelf life than the Epson paper. I know one of the concerns with ink jet paper in general is a fading problem and a shorter shelf life than conventional photographs. What better than to go to the company that has done this for years with regular pictures.

So now, I have to eat my words from earlier Epson printer reviews. I have added a P.S. to them. You can not only use Epson paper with an Epson printer, but you can use Kodak too and possibly with better results. Try it yourself like I did. Now I can buy some of the the cool options I see out there locally too.

1-0 out of 5 stars High glossy, Not!
Caution, the paper is listed as high glossy. I was disappointed when I received it and found that it was not high glossy as advertised, but satin. Now that I read the fine print it does say satin. Would be nice if the description was correct! Also, it was sent in a box that was too small and the corners were bent. Not what I wanted to find on nearly a dollar a sheet paper. This was however my first problem with Amazon[.com] after many purchases. ... Read more


11. KODAK Professional Grade Inkjet Photo Paper 8313439
by Kodak

our price: $41.99
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Asin: B0002IVP90
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 7014
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12. Kodak 1459395 Ultima Picture Paper, High Gloss, 4"x6", 60 Sheets
by Kodak
list price: $19.99
our price: $17.99
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Asin: B00006IRTU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 17366
Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars This paper is NOT a true 4x6
For some odd reason, Kodak chose to make this paper 4x6 3/8. So there will be one side with a 3/8" white bar. This is really annoying. Otherwise, the pictures do turn out with very good photo quality. So buy only if you don't mind trimming the paper when you are done.

5-0 out of 5 stars impossible to make a mistake with this paper!!
I love this Kodak paper...photo quality and since it is double sided, I can't put it in the printer upside down!! Also, since it is a little longer than 4x6 there is no chance that I am printing on perforations. Kodak thought of everything when they thought of this. I wasted so much ink and paper trying to figure out other papers (HP, epson). Now I can spend more time selecting and editing the pics I want and not waste time or money worrying about the paper I'm printing on.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not 4x6
This paper will leave you with a white band on top. If you are buying this to print borderless pictures! Forget it! Get the Canon paper instead... I was very disappointed ... Read more


13. Kodak 8084931 Ultima Picture Paper, High Gloss, 4"x6", 20 Sheets
by Kodak
list price: $9.99
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00006IRTX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 9691
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14. Kodak ULTIMA PHOTO PAP 5X7-INKJET HIGH GLOSS 18SHTS ( 8676348 )
by Kodak

our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00009K7A2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 11990
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Amazon.com Product Description

When quality counts, use Kodak's highest-quality, heaviest-weight inkjet photo paper. These 5-by-7-inch Ultima sheets will maximize the potential of your photo-quality inkjet printer, delivering long-life, professional-looking images. The paper is resin-coated for true photographic reproductions with the look and feel professionally developed photographs. The set includes 18 thick (10 mil), heavyweight (270 g/m2) sheets designed to work with all inkjet printers. ... Read more

Features

  • High-gloss photo paper for inkjet printers
  • Convenient 5-by-7-inch size
  • 10 mil thickness for the look and feel of a traditional photograph
  • Heavy, 270 g/m2 weight
  • 18 sheets per package

15. Kodak 8110579 Ultima Picture Paper, Glossy, 8.5"x11", 15 Sheets
by Kodak
list price: $14.99
our price: $13.99
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Asin: B00005T3NN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 16137
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • The satin finish offers a low-gloss surface for smooth color representation and strong details
  • Package includes fifteen 8.5 x 11 one-sided prints
  • Works with any Brand InkJet Printer

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Looks great on HP, dries FAST.
I've tried numerous papers on my aging HP 970 CXi and HP 930C printers, and for glossy prints Kodak Ultima is by far the best. The paper is thick, heavy, and relatively durable. Even heavy black areas dry quickly. Greyscale looks like greyscale, not like sepia as it does on many other papers. Colors are vibrant with sharp edges, and true to the original, especially when the saturation is boosted one notch in the print driver. I have not been able to test the paper on other printers, but if it's anything like this you won't be dissapointed.

4-0 out of 5 stars Decent paper..
This paper is alright. Photos printed pretty good. Only complaint is that the paper is not as glossy as the Canon Photo Pro paper.

Review based on photos printed from a Canon S750 printer. ... Read more


16. Kodak Premium Picture Paper (8559569) (8559569)
by Kodak Consumer

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Asin: B00062JDNW
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak Consumer
Sales Rank: 2878
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Amazon.com Product Description

Make your digital photos reality with the help of Kodak's premium picture paper. Designed for use with any inkjet printer, these 4-by-6-inch sheets allow you to print high-quality photos with a professional look and feel, from the comfort of you own home. No more trips to the developer and no more waiting. You can easily print borderless photos that look like they came from a photo lab, and with a 200 g/m2 weight and 8 mil thickness, they will feel like it too. A brightness of 97 combines with a resin coating to help deliver brilliant colors and a high level of detail. 75 sheets of paper are included. ... Read more

Features

  • Works with all inkjet printers
  • 75 4-by-6-inch sheets
  • 220 g/m2 weight, 8-mil thickness
  • 97 brightness
  • Resin coating for quality results

17. Kodak 8456147 Ultima Picture Paper, Satin, 8.5"x11", 15 Sheets
by Kodak
list price: $14.99
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Asin: B00005T3NP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 7205
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • The high-gloss finish offers a bright,shiny surface that displays sharp details and vibrant colors
  • Package includes fifteen 8.5 x 11 one-sided prints
  • Works with any Brand InkJet Printer

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Terrific Results from Lexmark Z55
I will tell you right now, I am not a professional. Just a picture-taking mother of a busy 1 year old. I have tried several different types of paper and have to say I'm quite impressed with the quality of my images with this paper. Feels like a real photo and cuts nicely with my paper-cutter. Some papers don't cut cleanly. This dries quickly and makes wonderful prints. I can't wait to try the Glossy. I can not believe the difference in this paper. It is fantastic. The pictures of my daughter's 1st Birthday turned out better than I ever imagined, thanks to Kodak. Also, Amazon prices on this item can't be beat! I will be adding this to my online shopping list as a regular item to purchase. My next order will be for the Glossy, so I will let you know on that, too!

3-0 out of 5 stars Not that impressed, go with the glossy
I had very high hopes for Kodak's Ultima Satin, but unfortunately the paper has not lived up to those hopes. I had used Kodak Premium paper before, and liked the output but not the feel of the paper; and it wasn't available in a matte finish. With the new Ultima, I was excited to see the sattin finnish. Unfortunately, rather than going with an e-surface type paper like HP Premium Plus Matte or Epson Premium Luster, Kodak chose to go with a flat semigloss. While this isn't necessarily a bad thing, I was kind of longing for the extra glow that an e-surface gives your prints. Because of this, I somewhat disliked the Kodak paper before even printing with it.

How the prints look is, of course, what really matters. The included instructions recommend turning up the saturation one notch in the print driver for my HP 900 series printers. When I used Kodak Ultima High-Gloss, this provided a perfect match for my prints. The satin paper, however, looks oversaturated even at a reduced setting in the driver. Beyond that, colors loose their accuracy, gaining a magenta tone. Blue skies look slightly purple, and greyscale looks almost sepia or duotoned. This is in stark contrast to the Ultima Glossy paper that matches colors perfectly to my screen and prints greyscales with no perceivable color (the only paper I've found that does this on my HP). Ink dries fairly quickly on the Satin, but not as instantaniously as it does on the Glossy (note that ink never seems to dry on HP premium-plus matte). While I dislike glossy paper in general, I would much prefer the accuracy of Ultima Glossy to Ultima Satin on HP printers.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Photo Paper!
I love Kodak Ultima paper. It prints great on my lexmark printer. The colors look more vibrant and black prints are even sharper. I've already tried the other kinds photo papers and nothing beats Kodak Ultima. It is way better than kodak premium and well worth the extra money. It has a real professional texture and the gloss makes your pictures stand out more. I believe that Ultima is the exact same paper that is used in the "Kodak Picture Maker". ... Read more


18. Kodak 8969172 Picture Paper, Soft Gloss, 4"x6", 20 Sheets
by Kodak

our price: $5.99
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Asin: B00006IRTT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 6492
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19. KODAK Professional Grade Inkjet Photo Paper 8293284
by Kodak

our price: $13.99
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Asin: B0002JUH48
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 20757
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Features

  • Gloss Finish
  • Basis weight -255 gsm
  • Thickness -9 mil
  • ISO Brightness -94%
  • Opacity -96%

20. Kodak 8245276 Premium Picture Paper 8.5"x11", 15 Sheets
by Kodak
list price: $14.99
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Asin: B00004Z3IJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 16532
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Print brilliant pictures, from any source,with the look and feel of traditional Kodak photographic prints on this quick-drying Kodak Premium Picture Paper. Perfect for everything from report covers to photo calendars and enlargements, each package contains 15 sheets of 8.5-by-11-nch glossy paper that can be used in any ink-jet printer. ... Read more

Features

  • Premium-quality paper for photo prints
  • Works with all major inkjet printers
  • 8.5 by 11 inch size, 15-sheet pack
  • Fast dry time
  • Smooth, glossy finish

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent prints with Canon i560s printer
Using my Canon i560s printer, Kodak's recommended printer driver settings, and Kodak's free software for printing, this paper produces near flawless photos. They are semi-gloss (not high-gloss like Canon's Photo Paper Plus Glossy that comes with the printer). This paper has been reformulated recently (according to the packaging) and I will continue to use it for all photos. I have been unable to get Canon's software to print accurate colors on this paper - so use Kodak's! Canon's software (Easy Photo Print) won't print accurate colors even on their own Photo Paper Plus Glossy paper (and there is no way to manually tinker with the color settings in Easy Photo Print - you can in the Kodak software via the Canon print driver). If you run a comparison, you will see that Kodak has got the color thing nailed cold and Canon does not, regardless of paper type.

The only detectable flaw I've seen in any print on Kodak's Premium Picture Paper is on photos with very dark/black areas. If you hold the print at a sharp angle in bright light (you never would unless looking for this flaw) you can see a slight decrease in the reflectivness of these really dark areas that you don't see using the Canon Photo Paper Plus Glossy paper.

Nobody who has looked at my prints (except me) has noticed this flaw - so don't worry about it. By the way, I much prefer the semi-glossy nature of this paper to Canon's Photo Paper Plus Glossy which truly is so glossy it can be annoying in some lighting conditions.

The Canon i560s uses dye-based ink for printing photos. I think pigment-based ink will have different results (Canon mixes the 3 dye-based colors to produce black when printing photos, as the black cartridge is pigment based in this printer).

2-0 out of 5 stars Kodak Premium Photo Paper-Glossy...I'm disappointed in you
I recently purchased this paper, in bulk mind you, and found myself to be very disappointed in my purchase. I love to take digital pictures and print them myself and frame them to give as gifts. Well, I bought this brand thinking it was better...but it really took forever for the ink to dry...if I waited for an hour...when I'd place it in the frame, it would look like the picture was wet against the glass. I let the picture dry out for a complete day before I could even frame it...and I think part of that to blame is the thickness of the paper. I guess I'll go back to Epson photo paper, since that one seems to work better for me. ... Read more


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