Canon PIXMA PRO-1 Drivers Download
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Canon PIXMA PRO-1 Printer Review– The PIXMA Pro-1 is the latest addition of Canon to its A3 + (13-inch) printer lineup ink. Intended to sit atop a category rather than the PIXMA pro9000 Mark II both pro9500 Mark II models replaced the Pro-1 has put its views on a more offensive and demanding user. If Cannon described for us in an interview with the introduction of the printer, ‘ is a Top-of-the-line product.
With the relative maturity of the visual arts today’s inkjet printer market, Canon seems to realize that its success in rising against Epson’s market leader tends to be dependent on problems that further extend out-of-the-Box quality Dell’immagine. Make no mistake, if the most expensive A3 + printer currently on the market (US $999/£ 799/€749), the Pro-1 will deliver up to great-looking prints. But that alone may not be enough. In an attempt to distinguish the Pro-1 of its competition, Canon has also focused on the changes that revolve around usability, convenience and above all, cooperation with third-party card manufacturers.
While Epson took the trouble to highlight its own paper offerings of fine Arts, Canon offers easy access to ICC card profiles for the Pro-1 from manufacturers such as Hamelin Card, Hahnemühle, Ilford and Moab, among others. For those who prefer to take matters into their own hands, Canon has released as a free download, Color Management Tool Pro. This software allows users to calibrate the printer and/or create high-quality ICC profiles, provided they have access to an X-Rite spectrophotometer. In addition, the Pro-1 often heavy-duty cards such as Hahnemühle’s Photorag Baryta handle is comfortable, even in its standard rear feed tray, with a separate power supply manual design slot for even thicker media.
For all these features, the most immediately surprising feature on the Pro-1 unpack, however, its sheer size and weight. Weighing just over 27 kilos (60 lbs), its footprint almost matches those of the 17-inch Epson Stylus Pro 3880. Aimed exactly at fans who often print, the PIXMA Pro-1 uses high-capacity ink cartridges, each with 36 ml of ink. It is a significantly higher capacity than previous PIXMA Pro models and also Trump the Epson Stylus Photo R3000. Larger ink cartridges naturally offer the convenience of long print periods. And they usually represent a better value, costing US $1 or less per ml. You can as much as we $1.30 per ml for comparison, pay for many A3 printers + pigment ink.