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The PIXMA MG7520 is the ultimate Wireless Inkjet Photo All-In-One printer delivering superb photo printing performance and incredible versatility. It offers a variety of ways to make smartphone and tablet printing easy and convenient and it starts with the PIXMA Printing Solutions (PPS) app. PPS makes it easy to print and scan photos or documents directly from your compatible mobile device. With the cloud printing function you can print directly from select online cloud services, such as, Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, and more, either right at the printer itself or from just about anywhere with your mobile device and the free PPS app. The remarkable MG7520 is the ideal wireless all-in-one printer for the discerning photo enthusiast.

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  • AirPrint(TM): Print wirelessly and effortlessly from your compatible iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch - no drivers needed!
  • PIXMA Touch & Print: Print a photo or document by simply opening Canon PRINT App and touching your NFC compatible Android device to the printer.
  • Easily print wirelessly from your Android, iPhone or tablet via Canon PRINT app and Google Cloud Print.
  • Compatible with Individual/Combo CLI-251 XL Ink Tanks (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Grey, Black) & PGI-250 XL Pigment Black Ink Tanks. Only replace the inks that run out!
  • 9600 DPI produces exceptional printing detail for beautiful photos.
  • 6 individual inks, Intelligent Touch System, Auto 2-sided Print, 3.5" Touch Screen.
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Color Options

  • Black 
  • White
  • Burnt Orange
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Style Options

  • Printer
  • Printer and Ink Bundle
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What’s in the Box

  • PIXMA MG7520 Wireless Inkjet Photo All-In-One
  • CD/DVD Printing Tray
  • Photo Paper Sample Pack (5 sheets PP-201)
  • Setup CD-ROM
  • Setup Ink Tanks
  • Power Cord
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Printing Lifestyle


Our built-in wireless features will automatically connect to help you save time so you can print or scan anywhere around the house.


Unlock the power of printing with your mobile device. Print or scan from your phone using a variety of applications.


Experience the power of the print with advanced features that deliver high-quality photos for you to share with friends and family.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the difference between this model and the prior version MG7120?

    The main differences are: (1) 1.2" less wide (a win for desktop/shelf space). (2) Quieter overall. (3) You can come within 2" or so with a NFC-enabled cell phone or tablet and print directly to the printer. MG7120 can print directly on DVD/CD discs, do Grayscale Printing, Photo Direct Printing, and almost everything the MG7520 can, much of the first commenters list of differences in this regard is incorrect. This really isn't the commenters fault so much as the details of the differences aren't as well detailed out on the Canon site as they could be.

  • Can the MG7520 do enlarging and reducing if copying a document or photo?

    Yes it can enlarge. The setting is accessible under settings right on the touch screen in copy mode.

  • Can it scan negatives?

    While the scanning resolution is the highest of the modern Canon MG series printers, it still isn't as high as some people want for slide and negative scanning. Also MG series printers no longer come with adapters for placing negatives or slides into a templated location. You would probably be happier with a dedicated scanner for higher resolution and other slide/negative friendly touches. And if only a small number of them, a conversion service. The good news is that good dedicated scanners can be pretty inexpensive these days.
    As a historical note, the MG Series a few years ago was partially defined as focusing on helping people make that digital transition, they had higher resolution scanning and those adapters.

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