Canon PIXMA MP610 – attractive features and smooth shades

A printer that delivers superior quality, the Canon MP 610 is a premium All-in-One printer that is ideal for large printing operations.


With an output resolution of 9600x2400dpi and five single Canon Pixma MP610 ink cartridge, the printer provides high quality printouts backed with performance – printing a borderless 10x15cm in 21 sec. The MP610 allows printing on CDs/DVDs and can directly print from PC, memory cards and digital cameras. The printer has two trays and also has an option of printing or copying on both sides. The color TFT of 6.2cm is clear and smooth to the eyes, while the scroll wheel is easy to use. A quick start printer that supports auto-image fixing features.

Photo printing

The Photo printing quality in the Canon MP610 is excellent, providing fine detail and smooth colour gradations.  With a maximum resolution of 9600x2400dpi and tiny 1pl ink droplets, the MP610 ensures that the output is of superlative quality. The Ink consists of a dye-based black color that ensures extra depth and contrast to photos.

A 21 second print out of a 10x15cm borderless photo in Standard Mode, which is approx. is very impressive. The printer prints at a remarkable speed of 31ppm for mono prints, whilst the color prints are at 24ppm for both single and double-sided prints. Printing photos directly from the memory card, PictBridge-ready digital camera, camcorder or mobile phone is pretty much easy.

Enhance the quality of photos automatically with the built-in auto image fix option. An image editing software is provided that allows red eye removal, face brightening and more. With the ChromaLife100 be assured for high-quality prints that can last up to 100 years.


Photocopying is also pretty impressive – speeds of up to 31cpm for mono and 24cpm for colour with text and image separation.


Scan directly to PC, email or PDF – the scanner provides up to 4800dpi resolution, while assuring excellent colour scans.

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Abhinav has been blogging about printing and related technologies on CreativeCloud for several years. He is also a project manager for a large technology company.

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