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Canon Announce Two New PIXMA PRO A3 Printers

Canon Announce Two New PIXMA PRO A3 Printers - Canon have announced the launch of two new PIXMA PRO professional quality A3 Printers.

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Category : Inkjet Printers
Price : £649
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PIXMA Pro-10
PIXMA Pro-10

Canon today announces the launch of two new premium A3+ PIXMA photo printers, ideal for semi-professional and serious amateur photographers looking to produce professional-quality photos at home or in the studio. The new PIXMA PRO-100 and PIXMA PRO-10 both feature Canon’s stylish EOS-inspired design, individual inks and Wi-Fi connectivity.

Canon PRO 100 AS AngleShot Sample
Canon PRO 100 AS AngleShot Sample

Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Key Features
  • Stunning photos up to A3+ at home
  • Rich colours with 8-ink dye-based system
  • Quality greyscale prints with 3 mono inks
  • Fast printing: A3+ colour photo in 1min 30sec (bordered)
  • Print Studio Pro plug-in for efficient workflow
  • Wide range of ICC profiles
  • Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity
  • Tablet & Smartphone ready
  • Direct Disc Print
Canon PIXMA PRO-10 Key Features
  • Gallery-quality A3+ photo printer
  • 10-ink system
  • Quality greyscale prints with 3 mono inks
  • Professional colour and mono prints
  • Chroma Optimizer
  • Outstanding image permanence
  • Print Studio Pro plug-in for efficient workflow
  • Wide range of ICC profiles
  • Enhanced connectivity with Wi-Fi and Ethernet
  • Tablet & Smartphone ready
  • Direct Disc Print
The PIXMA PRO-100 replaces the PIXMA Pro9000 MkII and boasts an 8-ink dye-based system for creating stunning colour and monochrome photographs at home. Outstanding quality prints can be produced quickly, with print speeds of approx. 90 seconds for an A3+ bordered colour photo, across a wide range of media.

The PIXMA PRO-10 replaces the PIXMA Pro9500 MkII and features a 10-ink pigment-based system with Chroma Optimizer, making it ideal for semi-professional and serious amateur photographers looking to work with a wide range of media. The PRO-10 boasts print speeds of approx. 3 minutes 35 seconds for A3+ bordered images, whether colour or black and white.

With Canon’s individual inks for the PIXMA PRO range, it’s possible to print beautiful, high quality prints at home. The PIXMA PRO-100’s 8-ink dye-based system, which features three monochrome inks (black, grey and light grey), enhances the quality of mono prints and improves print speeds for black and white photos. In addition, Canon’s ChromaLife100+ system expands colour reproduction and improves photo permanence, for studio-quality photos that last.

The 10-ink pigment system in the PIXMA PRO-10 has been improved since the Pro9500 MkII to feature Canon’s latest LUCIA inks and an updated colour set.  The PRO-10 now includes Chroma Optimizer ink inherited from the award-winning PIXMA PRO-1. Applied on top of prints, this clear ink expands colour gamut, increases black density and gives uniform glossiness for prints that can be sold or exhibited with confidence.

Both the PIXMA PRO-100 and PRO-10 support media sizes up to A3+ and feature a new manual rear paper-feed path with gradual curve design, making it easier and faster to feed Fine Art Media up to 14” wide into the printer.

The new models are also compatible with an extensive range of ICC profiles, making it easy to print on the perfect paper to suit any artistic need. In addition, Canon has expanded its range of photo papers to include new Photo Paper Pro Luster (LU-101), which is ideal for studio and professional photos and features a smooth texture and consistent look under display lighting, for a truly professional finish.

The two printers will be available from November 2012. The PRO-100 will be £469, and the PRO 10 will be £649. For more information, visit the Canon website.

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22 Sep 2012 1:32PM
The only questions that is NEVER answered in these press releases is, "how much does it cost per print?"

With pro-labs being so aggressive with their pricing these days, why bother printing yourself. Of course their is the "TOTAL CONTROL" aspect to having the ability to print in-studio, but is it worth the cost and hassle?

Sure wish these MFGs' would sell the ink at a reasonable print. It costs them pennies to produce what they sell for dollars.

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