Canon CLi 8 black ink cartridge. Contains 13ml of Canon's ChromaLife100 Photo quality ink.
Canon's new Chroma-Life ink system is now shipping. The most notable thing about the system the Cli 8bk ink uses is the 30 year lightfastness claim. Add to that a 100 year album life claim, 10 year gas fastness claim, and improved resistance to heat and humidity, and you have a ready made fight with epson's UltraChrome system. There is a catch - ChromaLife is dye based ink. Until now, dye inks always faded faster than pigments. The conclusion must be that Canon has found a new and better way to make inkjet dyes.
To start, this is not the same kind of setup HP offers. Canon does not tie their claims to swellable polymer media like HP. Canon does mention specific papers when making the fade and gas resistance claims, but none of the media are swellable polymer. We are left to read into the information offered that it is the ink, and not so much the paper, that is the magic of ChromaLife.
Bullet Points About Chroma-life, the technology behind your Canon Cli-8bk ink
* 30 years lightfastness when displayed under glass away from sunlight or intense lighting
* 100 years fade resistance in environmentally controlled dark storage (closed photo album)
* Improved resistance to humidity and heat
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