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Reviews of Canon Pixma Pro-1 Series

Testseek.co.uk have collected 40 expert reviews of the Canon Pixma Pro-1 Series and the average rating is 83%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Canon Pixma Pro-1 Series.
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The editors liked

  • Exceptional prints on both gloss and matte stocks
  • Wide colour gamut
  • Large ink tanks
  • Good stock support
  • Excellent colour and mono prints
  • High volume ink tanks
  • Excellent software
  • Robust build quality
  • Exceptional prints on both gloss and matte stocks. Wide colour gamut. Large ink tanks. Good stock support
  • 12 colors of inks produce excellent output quality
  • Wideformat
  • Five black inks can generate excellent monochrome prints

The editors didn't like

  • Photoshop plug-in needs work
  • Premium price
  • Large and heavy
  • No borderless on some fine art paper
  • Custom profiles required for highest quality
  • Photoshop plugin needs work
  • Large
  • Heavy
  • And pricey (if we must complain)
  • Limited to 13inch media

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  Published: 2013-12-16, Author: Ted Needleman , review by: Digitaltrends.com

  • 12 colors of inks produce excellent output quality, Wideformat, Five black inks can generate excellent monochrome prints
  • Large, heavy, and pricey (if we must complain), Limited to 13inch media
  • 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. Even that i...

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  Published: 2013-07-13, Author: Kat Orphanides , review by: expertreviews.co.uk

  • It produces some of the best photos we’ve ever seen, but this printer is very expensive to buy and run...

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  Published: 2012-05-11, Author: Marcus Hawkins , review by: techradar.com

  • Excellent colour and mono prints, High volume ink tanks, Excellent software, Robust build quality
  • Premium price, Large and heavy, No borderless on some fine art paper, Custom profiles required for highest quality
  • There's lots to like here, from the confidence-inspiring build quality and performance to the commercially sound ink price and print longevity. Although it doesn't redefine our expectations of desktop printing - the Epson Stylus Pro R3000 and Canon Pixma...

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  Published: 2012-01-30, review by: pcadvisor.co.uk

  • 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. ...

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  Published: 2012-01-16, Author: Neil Bennett , review by: macworld.co.uk

  • Exceptional prints on both gloss and matte stocks; wide colour gamut; large ink tanks; good stock support
  • Photoshop plug-in needs work

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  Published: 2011-11-20, Author: Neil Bennett , review by: digitalartsonline.co.uk

  • Exceptional prints on both gloss and matte stocks. Wide colour gamut. Large ink tanks. Good stock support
  • Photoshop plugin needs work

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  Published: 2015-04-29, Author: William Harrel , review by: computershopper.com

  • Exceptional print quality, Support for hundreds of ICC paper profiles, Relatively low ink cost for its class, Prints are clearcoated, Opticaldisc labeling feature
  • Printer itself is pricey, huge, and heavy, Relatively slow, No support for roll printing, No builtin WiFi connectivity
  • Meant for pro photographers and serious hobbyists, Canon's wide-format flagship inkjet uses 11 inks and a clear coat (plus support for hundreds of premium papers) to deliver breathtaking images. Read More…...

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  Published: 2014-07-16, Author: jmeyer , review by: digitalcameraworld.com

  • Abstract:  Go large with your photo printing, right on your own desktop. We test 
six leading models to find the best A3 and A3+ printers for photographers.Regular A4 photo printers are compact and convenient but, if you want a picture to frame and hang on the wall,...

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  Published: 2014-04-27, Author: jmeyer , review by: digitalcameraworld.com

  • Abstract:  A3 photo printers let you print lab-quality images at home. But, with prices ranging considerably, you want to be sure that you get the right one. We've tested six of the best A3 photo printers priced between £230 and £650 to help you make your choice. He...

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  Published: 2014-04-01, review by: consumersearch.com

  • Superb photos up to 13 by 19 inches, 12 big ink tanks, Fast, automatic black ink switching, Chroma optimizer improves glossy prints, Smooth and reliable
  • Tweaks needed to get best B&W matte prints
  • Canon's Pixma Pro-1 makes it easy to produce gorgeous prints perfect for exhibition or sale, experts say. The Epson Stylus Photo R3000 (Est. $650) comes close, but owners say it can clog up, break down and leave marks on prints -- complaints rarely seen w...

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