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|Ink palette||Matte Black, Photo Black, Dark Gray, Gray, Light Gray, Cyan, Photo Cyan, Magenta, Photo Magenta, Yellow, Red and Chroma Optimizer|
|Number of nozzles||12,288|
|Minimum ink droplet size||4 Picoliters|
|Nozzle pitch||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Ink type||Canon LUCIA Pigment-based Inks|
|Ink cartridge configuration||12 Individual Ink Cartridges|
|Maximum resolution||4800 x 2400 dpi|
|Weight||60.9 lb (27.6 kg)|
|Dimensions (wxdxh)||27.4 x 18.2 x 9.5" (69.6 x 46.2 x 24.1 cm)|
|Image preview display||No|
|Power consumption||Printing: 24 W
Standby: 1.6 W
Off: 0.4 W
|Front panel controls||Power, Paper Feed|
|Status display||Indicator lights|
|Maximum printable area||13 x 19" (33 x 48.3 cm)
14 x 17" (35.6 x 43.2 cm)
|Printer duty cycle||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Paper sizes||4.0 x 6.0" (10.2 x 15.2) - 13 x 19" (33 x 48.3 cm)|
|Maximum paper width||14" (35.6 cm)|
|Maximum roll print length||N/A|
|Borderless photo sizes||From 4.0 x 6.0" (10.2 x 15.2) up to 14 x 17" (35.6 x 43.2 cm) and 13 x 19" (33 x 48.3 cm)|
|Paper types||Inkjet-compatible paper products, including Moab, ILFORD and Hahnemuhle|
|Media thickness||350 gsm|
|Print archival life||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Print speed||4 min, 20 sec for 13 x 19" (33 x 48.3 cm) color or grayscale print|
|Special media support||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Input buffer||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Paper-feed method||Rear paper input tray or manual feed|
|Maximum media roll diameter||N/A|
|Paper capacity||20 sheets of photo paper|
|System & software requirements||Windows: XP, Vista, 7
Mac: OS X 10.4.11 or higher
|Direct print capable||Yes, via PictBridge|
|Computer interface||USB 2.0|
|Compatible memory cards||N/A|
|Network capable||Yes, 10/100 Ethernet|
Given its size and heft, and the fact that this is the top model in the Pixma Pro line, it’s surprising that Canon decided to limit the Pro-1’s media handling capabilities to 13 inches. But other than that, our only complaint is the weight.
12 colors of inks produce excellent output quality, Wide-format, Five black inks can generate excellent monochrome prints
Large, heavy, and pricey (if we must complain), Limited to 13-inch media.
This really is a matter of preference, of which machine works best for the way you print and play. What we can say for sure about the Pro-1 is that few machines, if any, will make your images or artwork look better.
Exceptional print quality, Support for hundreds of ICC paper profiles, Relatively low ink cost for its class, Prints are clear-coated, Optical-disc labeling feature
Printer itself is pricey, huge, and heavy, Relatively slow, No support for roll printing, No built-in Wi-Fi connectivity
The Pixma Pro-1 is a very impressive performer and a stylish looking printer to boot. This 12-ink pigment-based inkjet model is capable of producing rich, detailed and color-accurate prints that are among the finest we've seen from a desktop printer.
Outstanding print quality for color and black and white, Large capacity ink cartridges, Three gray ink dilutions for smooth transitions in monochrome output, Chroma optimizer eliminates gloss differential and reduces bronzing, Direct support for third party papers, High build quality, Fast print...
Most expensive A3+ printer on the market, Large footprint for an A3+ printer, Accurate shadow detail requires a custom profile, Reduced printable area on some fine art media, Print plug-in offers no precise control over image size
This printer from Canon is an upgrade from their PIXMA Pro9500 Mark II, using larger ink tanks but retaining the same gorgeous print output as the previous model. It uses 12 tanks of ink, five of which dedicated to monochrome and six color tanks, with two cyans and magentas for use with matte or...
The Canon Pixma PRO-1 is Canon’s new flagship A3+ photo printer, capable of producing high-quality prints at up to 13 by 19 inches. It is a step up from the Canon Pixma Pro9500 Mark II, employing more and larger ink tanks and clocking faster photo-printing speeds.
With a list price of $1,000, make no mistake, the Pixma Pro-1 is no toy, nor is it by any means a desktop or mainstream printer. Instead, it’s big, heavy, and relatively expensive to use—although not as expensive as the Pro-100.
While it's just too soon to draw any conclusions about the Pro-1 here, we can say it was a breeze to set up and the first prints out of the box (even using Photoshop to manage color) were good enough to frame.
Canon's Pixma Pro-1 is a large but surprisingly sleek-looking A3+ photo printer aimed squarely at the professional end of the market. At over £600, it's one of the most expensive A3+ printers around, although it's still a snip compared to A2 printers such as Epson's Stylus Pro 4900.
Owners of the 9500 Mk II may not find an immediate reason to upgrade to the Pro-1, but if you do need a new printer for proofing or making saleable prints, Canon’s Pixma Pro-1 is the new one to want.
Canon’s new A3+ photo and artwork printer is the first outside the company’s large-format range to offer 12 inks – and is also the first to feature product design ‘inspired’ by the company’s EOS line of digital SLRs.
Exceptional prints on both gloss and matte stocks. Wide colour gamut. Large ink tanks. Good stock support.
Photoshop plug-in needs work
This printer is very slow, takes a long time to power up, and many times powers up with an error condition. The printing is dark so I have to lighten all my images to print them properly. After 4 years of minimal use, it just stopped printing in the middle of a photo page.
Ich habe diesen Drucker seit fast einem Jahr im Einsatz und drucke mit ihm Kartonmodellbaubögen nahezu in Offset-Qualität. Der 100%ige Rückseitendruck macht diesen Drucker für mich "zum besten Drucker der Welt".
If you're main aim is to print 10" prints (ie 8x10 or 7x10) on fine art paper as it was mine, this is not the printer for that. This printer is unable to get a 10" print on A4 paper which to me is crazy. I now need to purchase A3 paper at twice the price in order to print a single 8x10.
Der Drucker läuft noch schon einige Zeit bei uns im Architekturbüro.Vom Tintenverbrauch und -preis einmal abgesehen, ein hervorragendes Gerät welches exzellente Ausdrucke liefert.
Bonjour, j'ai acheté il y a 1 mois l'imprimante pixma pro-1. Une catstrophe!! marques de lignes espacées sur les tirages, taches sur les papiers, toutes les semaines un besoin de nettoyage, consommation d'encre hallucinante!!
franchement ravie de cette imprimante.j imprime mes tirages d art avec et c'est vraiment bon.Je ne comprends pas le commentaire negatif dessus?!? La personne ne sait pas probablement procéder aux reglages necessaires.Je la conseille.
Purched 2922 PIXMA AIO GOING INTO 6 X 4 PHOTO END RRESULT IS TWISTING OF IMAGE. Wont return full image to print out.
No it doesn't have built in wifi but was dead easy to set up on my home wifi network, just connected it to my BT Homehub with an ethernet cable, then went through the setup instructions in the manual.
Uso ogni giorno questa stampante sia per foto personali paesaggistiche, che puntualmente espongo in vari luoghi, sia per i cofanetti fine art che accompagnano iservizi matrimoniali.
I bought this printer at the Photography show in May and cannot fault the quality at all it is absolutely superb. But be warned if you don't use it for even a week or so then it will clean and recharge with all its inks when you do come to use it and it seems to use about 25% of each cartridge when...