What printer replaced the Canon Pixma Pro-100?
The Canon PIXMA 100s replacement, Canon Pro-200 is a great printer at a reasonable price for all entry-level photographers looking to get their prints at a higher quality than a standard printer.
What is Canon ChromaLife?
In 2005, ChromaLife 100 launched ― an innovative system that improved the beauty and permanence of printed images with the combination of genuine Canon dye inks and photo paper, and our very own FINE print head technology.
How old is the Canon Pro-100?
Launched at Photokina 2012, Canon’s PIXMA Pro-100 is the entry-level model in Canon’s PIXMA Pro series of A3+ desktop printers. The other model is the pigment-ink PIXMA Pro-10.
When did the Canon Pro-100 come out?
The Canon PRO-100 was announced in September of 2012 and is the successor to the Canon Pro9000 MkII. It is a 13″ wide, eight color, dye based photo inkjet printer.
How big can a Canon Pixma Pro 100 print?
13″ x 19″
High performance professional photo printing up to 13″ x 19″.
Why are so many Canon printers out of stock?
Disruptions have affected the HP, Canon, and Epson printer supply, and have prompted a Brother printer shortage. Many toner and ink cartridges are being held due to backlogs at US ports. The estimated value of out-of-stock items due to the COVID -19 pandemic was $1.14 trillion.
How long does Canon print last?
Genuine Canon inks and paper provide up to 100 years of album life when used with Canon’s FINE print head technology.
Is Canon printer ink archival?
The combination of authentic Canon ChromaLife* ink and Canon glossy paper makes for great archival prints.
What size can Canon Pixma Pro 100 print?
Who is Pixma?
PIXMA may be Canon’s most popular line, due to the variety of PIXMA printer models available on the market. They are a great multipurpose printing solution that works well for a wide range of customers, including families, students, photographers and working professionals.
Is Canon Pixma Pro 100 dye or pigment?
The Pro 100 uses dye-based inks. In contrast to pigment based inks in most printers, dye based inks claim slightly improved color saturation, but at the expense of durability and color fastness of the ink over a long period of time.
Is the Canon Pixma Pro 100 archival ink?
The Pro9000 B&W was always touchy with the ink paper balance. The Pro-100 looks to be better at this. OK, the one thing it doesn;t have is archival quality.
How long does canon chromalife 100+ last?
With the combination of genuine Canon dye inks and select genuine Canon photo paper (see Figure 1), our ChromaLife 100+ system can preserve your favorite images for up to 300 years* (when properly stored in an archival-quality album with plastic cover sheet and kept in the dark). FIG 1.
What inks are compatible with chromalife 100+?
Note: ChromaLife 100+ compatible inks include: CLI-251 and CLI-42. ChromaLife 100+ compatible photo papers include: Photo Paper Pro Platinum, Photo Paper Plus Glossy II, Photo Paper Pro Luster and Photo Paper Plus Semi-Gloss.
What kind of ink does Canon use in their photo paper?
The combination of the 2008 new genuine Canon inks, FINE print heads and Photo Paper Plus Glossy II PP-201 or Photo Paper Pro Platinum PT-101 photo papers provide long-lasting, vivid prints with resistance to ink bleeding or migration even in high temperature/humidity environments.*
How should I store my Canon color prints?
(When properly stored in an archival-quality album with plastic cover sheet and kept in the dark.) FIG 1. Select genuine Canon photo paper and dye-based inks, plus the FINE print heads, work together to produce superior quality color reproduction and permanence.