Bring Your Photographic Masterpieces To Life With Canon PIXMA Pro [Sponsored]

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Digital photos are great for sharing and showcasing your masterpieces online. But there’s nothing like flipping through a portfolio, or looking at a beautifully framed shot displayed on the wall.

For photographers who want control over their final print, having a Canon PIXMA Pro printer at home or work gives you the wide array of options you need.

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If you’re a professional photographer, or aspiring to be one, you’ll love Canon’s newest PIXMA Pro inkjet printers, the PIXMA PRO-10 and PIXMA PRO-100. Each model makes it possible to turn your home into a gallery, displaying high quality prints of your favorite shots.

Professional photographers will applaud the top-of-the-line precision with which the Canon PIXMA Pro-series printers create prints. The print you have made is a perfect representation of what was originally envisioned when you captured the shot. Whether you choose to print in black-and-white or in color, this family of Canon professional printers preserves the nuances of the image with the quality and accuracy you expect.

The PIXMA PRO-10, retailing at $699, uses a 10 LUCIA Pigment Ink System, including three monochrome inks. The PIXMA PRO-100 at $499 utilizes eight dye-based inks. And the PIXMA PRO-1, for $999, uses a 12 LUCIA Pigment Ink System and has five monochrome inks. All printers boast vibrant colors, deep blacks, and smooth tonal transitions that look great on both glossy and fine art papers.

Click here to learn more about the PIXMA family of professional printers.

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Tom Bogan

I have been using the Pixma Pro 9000 Mk II for 3 years and just love the results. It is an ink printer, not pigment, but with the papers that I use, this is no big deal. Ink use is not that bad. I love the results that I get with Ilford GALERIE Prestige Pearl gives me great results. I never have clogged jets and printer can set for weeks w/o being used and is ready to go in minutes.

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Aibek

thanks for the feedback, Tom