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|Number of nozzles||7,680|
|Print speed||8.0x10.0" Image ~ 3 minutes 35 seconds (A4 paper, with border)
11.0x14.0" Image: ~ 5 minutes 20 seconds (A3 paper, with border)
|Ink cartridge configuration||10 individual ink cartridges|
|Maximum resolution||Up to 4800 x 2400 dpi (black/color)|
|Dimensions (wxhxd)||27.2 x 8.5 x 15.2" (69.09 x 21.59 x 38.61 cm)|
|Weight||43.9 lb (19.91 kg)|
|Power consumption||Printing: 17 W
Standby: 2.3 W
|Paper-feed method||Auto sheet feeder, manual feeder|
|Paper capacity||Auto Sheet Feeder: 150 sheets plain, 20 sheets photo (4.0 x 6.0"); 10 sheets Letter/8.0 x 10.0", 1 sheet A3+
Manual Feeder: 1 Sheet Photo Paper (all sizes)
|Paper sizes||Letter, Legal, 4.0 x 6.0" (10.16 x 15.24 cm), 5.0 x 7.0" (12.7 x 17.78 cm), 8.0 x 10.0" (20.32 x 25.4 cm), 11.0 x 17.0" (27.94 x 43.18 cm), 13.0 x 19.0" (33.02 x 48.26 cm)|
|Maximum printable area||13.0 x 19.0" (33.02 x 48.26 cm)|
|Paper types||Plain: Plain Paper, Canon High Resolution Paper
Super High Gloss: Photo Paper Pro Platinum
Glossy: Photo Paper Plus Glossy II, Photo Paper Glossy
Semi-Gloss: Photo Paper Plus Semi-Gloss, Photo Paper Pro Luster
Matte: Matte Photo Paper
Fine Art Paper: Fine Art "Museum Etching"; Other Fine Art Papers
CD/DVD: Printable CD/DVD/Blu-ray Disc
|Direct print capable||PictBridge|
|Network capable||Ethernet, Wi-Fi|
|Interface||Hi-Speed USB 2.0
Wireless LAN (802.11 b/g/n)
PictBridge (Cable not included)
|Os compatibility||Windows: Windows 7, Windows 7 SP1, Vista SP1 & SP2, XP SP3 (32-bit)
Mac: OS X 10.5.8, 10.6, 10.76, 10.8
The Canon Pixma PRO-10 photo printer can output gallery-worthy prints, and is an especially good choice if your photographic style tends toward the noir.
Outputs gallery-worthy photos. Especially good with monochrome photo printing. Excellent text quality.
Can't print from paper rolls.
Canon’s 13x19”-sized printers, the PIXMA Pro9500 Mark II and PIXMA Pro9000 Mark II, have had a longer life than most, but have been replaced with two new models that are similar to the PIXMA PRO-1, introduced over a year ago.
A wide-format printer in general is a different animal from a standard photo printer. You can get exceptional prints from the Pro-10, but it’s going to cost you time tweaking the image and possibly doing multiple prints before you hit the right spot.
Very good output quality when printing high-resolution image files, Large capacity ink cartridges, Three black inks can generate excellent monochrome prints, Wi-Fi connectivity
Large and heavy, No memory card slots, Can only handle cut sheet paper, not rolls, Speed is not its forte
“Slow and steady wins the race,” is great in theory, unless you’re looking for output speed instead of quality. The PIXMA PRO-10, Canon’s successor to their PRO-1, is a more affordable (although still pricey) professional inkjet printer that has a lot under the hood.
Network-ready wireless/wired; quiet; CD Printing
This is a high quality photo printer, very easy to set up and connect to a network, and has software that simplifies what Adobe products seem to complicate. Color prints look excellent once the brightness issue is addressed.
While there are some significant feature differences between these three machines, the primary difference is the number of ink cartridges each model uses, which, as you can imagine, can greatly affect the printer’s “color range,” or “color depth.
The Pro-100 added dye printing to Canon's new Pro line of printers. The Pro-10 provides a second pigment option in the lineup. It brings the Pro-1's paper handling and CD printing to the simpler cartridge/print head design borrowed from the Pro9500 Mark II.
The choice is not an easy one. The Pixma Pro-10 costs more than the Pixma Pro-100 initially, and will continue to cost more with each print you make. And in most of my test prints, I found it hard to tell the difference between the Pro-10's prints and the Pro-100's.
The PIXMA Pro-10 is a competent performer that can produce very nice-looking prints in both colour and monochrome. Unfortunately, it fits into a unique slot in the current market, so there's nothing to compare it with.
The Canon Pixma Pro-10 is the mid-priced model in Canon’s outstanding range of professional A3+ inkjet photo and fine art printers. It takes ten ink cartridges with separate matt and photo black pigments, the usual cyan, magenta and yellow, paler photo cyan and photo magenta cartridges, red and grey...
Use this at home for personal printing. Love the 13x19 size and the 8.5x11" sizes. I got it cheap with various discounts (assuming the rebates come through, $200) - wow!
This is the most finicky printer I've ever owned, and I've been printing color since HP's first Photosmart printer came out in the early 2000's. I hate the Pro-10. After less than 2 years of light use it quit working, so I'm tossing it rather than fixing it.
Prints gorgeous picture right from your phone. I am so impressed with the quality of this printer! Easy to set up too. If you buy this understand it is a big printer.
This is my first larger than 8X10 photo printer. Setup was accomplished without my typical level of frustration, and wireless capability has allowed me to place the untethered printer in another, less crowded room where my pictures can be mounted and framed.
I am a working 20 year+ professional portrait photographer. I use ProDPi for the bulk of my printing needs. I wanted to be able to print some smaller jobs from my home office. I purchased the Pro-10 off of craigslist for 200.00 almost new and the original owner had printed a few images.
I had an Epson printer SP4900 before this. So happy with Canon. For me it is much better
As a long loyal customer of Canon printers, this one is the first and the without question the worst I've ever purchased. It took over 1 hour to change ink (the software issues ink change alerts one at a time and it holds 10) It appears that certain media types (canvas) cant be printed unless you...
Excellent print quality.
This CANON PIXMA PRO-10 was awesome buy at time I bought it with my Canon 5D Mark IV kit.
This is a great printer. The pictures are amazing.