Canon Pixma Pro 100 Praised For Superb Colour Prints
The Canon Pixma Pro-100 printer has been commended by a reviewer at the Brisbane Times.
Terry Lane explained that the A3+ printer uses eight dye-ink cartridges, resulting in superb prints. As well as this, the company’s ChromaLife 100 inks have a potential life expectancy of 100 years or more.
Print resolution also stands at 4800x2400, resulting in very fine detail for consumers, while connections can be established by USB, Ethernet or Wi-Fi.
“Serious photographers have a difficult choice to make between pigment and dye inkjet printers. Dye printers and inks are cheaper, and they produce prints of finer detail and vibrant colours, particularly on the best glossy paper.
“Pigment printers produce richer monochrome prints and promise longer print life in exposed positions,” Mr Lane explained.
Before deciding on a particular model, customers should search the market to find a machine that properly suits their needs, with Canon, Dell and Oki among the forces in the industry.
Posted by Canzil Ahmed.