Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Inkjet printer any good?

Started Feb 3, 2013 | Discussions thread
Mark McCormick
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Re: Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Inkjet printer any good?
In reply to ronzie, Feb 10, 2013

ronzie wrote:

... If you are intending to sell prints for minimal protected display you might wish to consider a pigment ink system. The only Canon one I can think of is the 9500 at quite a large price. The less expensive 9000 is a dye ink system.

Canon also offers the Canon PIXMA Pro-10 and PIXMA Pro 1, both use pigmented ink sets, but some differences. The PIXMA Pro 10 is the logical one to consider if comparing directly to the Pixma Pro-100 because it has a gloss optimizer to reduce differential gloss issues on glossy papers plus a WIFI connection like the Pro-100. The Pro-1 has a larger color gamut compared to the Pro-10 but still using pigmented inks and would be a better proofing device if you ultimately output your images at larger sizes to the wide format Canon iPF8300-8400 printers.

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