Outstanding print quality for color and black and white.
Large capacity ink cartridges.
Three gray ink dilutions for smooth transitions in monochrome output.
Chroma optimizer eliminates gloss differential and reduces bronzing.
Most expensive A3+ printer on the market.
Large footprint for an A3+ printer.
Accurate shadow detail requires a custom profile.
Print plug-in offers no precise control over image size.
By Expert Reviews on July 13, 2013
It produces some of the best photos we’ve ever seen, but this printer is very expensive to buy and...80
By PhotographyBLOG on April 17, 2013
It's not often that a company brings out a totally new product in an existing category where they already have at least one offering. In the case of Canon, and 13x19 printers, there were two models - the dye ink 9000, and the pigment ink 9500, both...-
By PC Mag on July 20, 2012
The Canon Pixma PRO-1 is large, slow, and expensive for an A3+ photo printer, but it delivers where it counts: in producing magnificent, gallery-quality...80
By The Imaging Resource on July 17, 2012
Certainly our experience with the Epson R3000 has informed our opinion of the Canon Pro-1. But our appreciation of the R3000 takes nothing away from our previous remarks about the Pro-1. They're both excellent printers. In fact, we have to smile at...-
By TechRadar on May 11, 2012
There's lots to like here, from the confidence-inspiring build quality and performance to the commercially sound ink price and print longevity. Although it doesn't redefine our expectations of desktop printing - the Epson Stylus Pro R3000 and...90
By DPexpert on April 12, 2012
REVIEW—CANON PIXMA PRO-1 Printer] by terry on 12 April 2012 Price: $1500 (street price) A heavyweight contender THE LOW-DOWN: This A3+ pigment printer is a considerable step-up from the company’s 9500. It uses 12 large ink cartridges,...-
By Sydney Morning Herald on April 11, 2012
Read later This A3-plus pigment printer is a considerable step up from the company's 9500. It uses 12 large ink cartridges, including three densities of grey for smooth black-and-white transitions. With glossy paper, there are five ink shades used...-
By Shutterbug on April 06, 2012
The new Canon PIXMA PRO-1 is a 13x19” pigment-ink printer that makes fine quality prints in a price range that could be considered quite fair for what you get ($999). Aimed at avid photographers and enthusiast printmakers, as well as pros choosing...-
By APC Magazine on February 25, 2012
With regard to the Canon Pixma Pro-1's multi-ink capacity, the company claims these inks provide a wider gamut and will last 200 years in an album.The Pro-1 is big even for an A3+ printer and is also unusually heavy. USB and Ethernet interfaces mean...70
By PC Advisor on January 30, 2012
Owners of the 9500 Mk II may not find an immediate reason to upgrade to the Pro-1, but if you do need a new printer for proofing or making saleable prints, Canon’s Pixma Pro-1 is the new one to want....90