The 5500 printhead architecture treats the printhead as part of the printer, not part of the replaceable ink supply. The high performance
printhead uses 3840 nozzles for 2400 nozzles per inch inherent resolution without interpolation. This printhead architecture uses
two different nozzle sizes that produce 2.7 picoliter (pL) and 6.5 pL drop sizes.
Kodak supports their printers by creating multiple paper types and sizes. Although you don't have to match the printer to paper I feel I get better results that way. Also All KODAK Inkjet Photo Papers are porous. That means they dry instantly, so you can go from image file to print in seconds.
Ultra Premium Photo Paper , 4 × 6 in., 8.5 × 11 in - Available in high gloss and semi gloss finishes
Premium Photo Paper, 4 × 6 in., 8.5 × 11 in - Available in gloss and matte finishes
Standard Photo Paper, 4 × 6 in., 8.5 × 11 in. - Available in gloss and matte finishes
Premium Bright White Inkjet & Laser Paper, 24 lb. (90 gsm), 8.5 x 11 in. - Made from non-rainforest, agriculturally grown eucalyptus trees, ideal for documents
I used several varieties of paper for print tests, all with wonderful results. I liked the Ultra Premium Photo Paper with the gloss surface for most images. I also like the Premium Photo Paper in the matte for portraits. The Standard Photo Paper worked well for arts and crafts uses.
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