The Inkjet Printer: An Essential Item For Photographers


If you’re serious about photography, it’s not just enough to just get a camera kit and an appropriate array of lenses. Because once you’re done shooting, you’re going to want to turn those image files into reality. The only way to do that is to get yourself a top-notch printer to recreate your photo on paper exactly the way you saw it through the viewfinder.

Therefore, your first move should be to turn to Canon and their impressive array of high quality professional photo printers. Their experience with manufacturing camera technology helps immensely in this regard, as they know exactly what a photographer is going to want in a home printer.

The PIXMA PRO-100 is a great starter printer for anyone who’d like to step their toes into the water first. It’s affordably priced while still offering the kind of results that Canon prides themselves on. The standout function here is the Optimum Image Generating System (OIG), which guarantees that your print will come out exactly how it appeared on your camera. It does this by analyzing each minute area of the image and then choosing exactly the right ink mixture to properly display. You’ll never get a washed-out, crummy-looking print ever again.

If you’re interested in something a little more professional, however, take a look at the imagePROGRAF PRO-1000, manufactured based on real life specific feedback from professional photographers. It utilizes a LUCIA PRO 11-colour plus Chroma Optimizer ink system to employ a broad colour gamut like never before. The clarity and detail of your photo can be reproduced stunningly and blacks and shadow areas have never looked deeper or more uniform.

Both printers have paper trays that can handle all sorts of different fine art or photo sheets and since they’re fully Wi-Fi enabled, it’s never been easier to connect your camera straight to the device. Forget about having to take your images to some specialist for superior printing – with Canon, you can do it all from the comfort of your home.

Source: Canon

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