Canon Pixma Pro-1

  • Canon Pixma Pro-1
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Based on 15 scores, 32 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    6
  • Good:
    5
  • Average:
    1
  • Bad:
    3

Pros:

  • Outstanding print quality for color and black and white.
  • Large capacity ink cartridges.
  • Three gray ink dilutions for smooth transitions in monochrome output.

Cons:

  • Most expensive A3+ printer on the market.
  • Large footprint for an A3+ printer.

Expert reviews and ratings

By ConsumerSearch on

Canon's Pixma Pro-1 makes it easy to produce gorgeous prints perfect for exhibition or sale, experts say. The Epson Stylus Photo R3000 (Est. $650) comes close, but owners say it can clog up, break down and leave marks on prints -- complaints rarely seen...

By Digital Trends on 80

Given its size and heft, and the fact that this is the top model in the Pixma Pro line, it's surprising that Canon decided to limit the Pro-1's media handling capabilities to 13 inches. But other than that, our only complaint is the weight. Even that...

By Expert Reviews on 80

It produces some of the best photos we’ve ever seen, but this printer is very expensive to buy and...

By PhotographyBLOG on

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 TechReviewSource on 80

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...

By The Imaging Resource on

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 PrinterComparison on 40

£359.99 PixmaniaThe Canon Pixma Pro-1 Professional Inkjet Printer is the new flagship model of Canon's photo inkjet lineup, following in the footsteps of the popular Pixma Pro9000 Mark II and Pixma Pro9500 Mark II printers.This A3+ (wide format) photo...

By TechRadar AU on 90

Despite the Canon Pixma Pro-1 being designed with the needs of professional photographers in mind, it's a printer to be coveted by enthusiast photographers who want the ultimate in image quality. We liked The Pixma Pro-1 is Canon's best desktop inkjet so...

By DPexpert on

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, including...

By brisbanetimes.com.au on

Canon Pixma Pro-1 Printer.CANON PIXMA PRO-1 PrinterPrice: $1500 (street price)A heavyweight contenderThe low-down: This A3-plus pigment printer is a considerable step up from the company's 9500. It uses 12 large ink cartridges, including three densities...

By Sydney Morning Herald on

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

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 camerastuffreviewcom on 58

The German brand Hahnemühle uses its own brand name and other brand names for Hahnemühle Museum Etching. Our test smaples came out of a Canon box but that could have been a HP box as well.Weight: 350 Grams Available sizes: A4, A3, A3+, A2 en 4 sizes roll...

By APC Magazine on 70

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...

By PC Advisor on 90

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....

By Photo Review Australia on 88

The PIXMA Pro-1 is the latest - and most sophisticated - model in Canon's A3+ printer range. Announced in October 2011, the Pro-1's release was delayed by the flooding in Thailand but it's just gone on sale locally. The Pro-1 uses LUCIA pigment inks,...

By Photo Review Australia on 88

Front view of the PIXMA Pro-1set up for printing directly from a cameraWith a capacity of approximately 35 ml, each ink tank in the Pro-1 holds 2.5x more ink than those of the previous models (around 14 ml). There are 12 inks in all: Yellow, Photo Cyan,...

By camerastuffreviewcom on 81

• The ink set is extended and the color range is slightly increased.• In a separate cartridge, Chrome Optimizer is placed. This adds an additional layer over the image, using RC paper, to obtain an even gleam.• The ink cartridges are increased resulting...

By The Imaging Resource on

While it's just too soon to draw any conclusions about the Pro-1 here (we've got some Fine Art papers to print still), we can say it was a breeze to set up and the first prints out of the box (even using Photoshop to manage color) were good enough to...

By ePHOTOzine on

The new Canon PIXMA Pro-1 is the latest professional A3+ printer from Canon and features 12 ink tanks, with 6 on each side of the printer. On display at the , the printer features a new print head with 12,288 nozzles and there is a tubular ink supply...