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Thread: IS there 4/3 paper?

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    Default IS there 4/3 paper?

    just a newbie question,

    I used to print my photos in 6" by 4" which fits my old 7D perfectly.

    For the 4/3 format, err... is there a paper size by canon that fits 4/3 perfectly?

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    Default Re: IS there 4/3 paper?

    er... i dun think so... but at photolabs u can ask them to print S4R, or jumbo 4R that is
    4.5" x 6"...

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    Default Re: IS there 4/3 paper?

    Yes, S4R is 4/3.

    Try 6R, which is 4/3 too.

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    Default Re: IS there 4/3 paper?

    Anyone knows how much to print S4R?

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    Default Re: IS there 4/3 paper?

    Quote Originally Posted by koolz
    Anyone knows how much to print S4R?
    35~40cents. very nice size as it is almost same size as 5R.

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    Default Re: IS there 4/3 paper?

    u can print 6R which is 6 inch by 8 inch, exactly 4/3 ratio....

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    if u print at one of those shops at consumers forum can get pretty good deals...

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    Default Re: IS there 4/3 paper?

    thanks for all the info. I am actually thinking of printing myself. My canon paper is all 4R, A4 and A3+ size. All doesn't seem to fit 4/3. Maybe go and buy the 6R paper.

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    Default Re: IS there 4/3 paper?

    I'd asked the same question some time back, you can get 6x4.5 prints from most labs. I go to the local Fuji lab near my house. They charge 40c a print, and 35c for regular 4R.

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    Default Re: IS there 4/3 paper?

    Quote Originally Posted by sriram
    I'd asked the same question some time back, you can get 6x4.5 prints from most labs. I go to the local Fuji lab near my house. They charge 40c a print, and 35c for regular 4R.
    S4R 'should' be quite common because most P&S cameras are 4:3.

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