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Baryta Prestige II

Canson Infinity Baryta Prestige II 340gsm has the aesthetic of a traditional darkroom paper, which is achieved by adding a coating of barium sulphate prior to the inkjet receiving layer. The paper has...

- Weight: 340 gsm
- Surface feel: Extra smooth
- Surface finish: Gloss
- Packaging: Sheets and rolls

  • Acid-free Acid-free
  • Internally buffered Internally buffered
  • Complies with ISO Standard 9706 Complies with ISO Standard 9706
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Description

Canson Infinity Baryta Prestige II 340gsm has the aesthetic of a traditional darkroom paper, which is achieved by adding a coating of barium sulphate prior to the inkjet receiving layer. The paper has and a natural white base which is achieved without the use of artificial brightening agents (OBAs). The gloss finish of Baryta Prestige II enhances the deep blacks and pure whites and intensifies the vibrant colour gamut. The paper offers exceptional image quality, detail, and tonal range to produce superb black & white and colour images. Produced on a mixed alpha-cellulose and cotton base, the paper has excellent handling characteristics and is FSC and ISO 9706 certified.

Baryta prestige II

Formats and packaging

Testimonials

"Even before printing - indeed right from the moment you take it out of its box - it is clear to see that Canson sought to create a resilient paper. Made with optimal thickness and perfect flatness, its look alone places it amongst the highest-end papers.
But the biggest surprise comes before printing - this paper resembles traditional baryta paper with the elegance of the lovely photographic paper of years past. It is smooth and slightly shiny, and provides for outstanding results in both colour and black and white.
Much to my satisfaction, it features a high optical density and meets the durability requirements of standard ISO 9706.
This beautiful paper was designed for photography lovers and those who value the photographic object that is the "print"."

ALAIN GUILLEMAUD

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