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Canon PIXMA PRO-10 Color Professional Inkjet Photo Printer


Canon PIXMA PRO-10 Color Professional Inkjet Photo Printer


Professional Wireless Photo Printer with 10-ink pigment based system with Chroma Optimizer

  • The combination of Pigment based inks and Chroma Optimizer adds uniform glossiness, a wide color gamut and dense blacks for the satisfaction of the professional user
  • The Optimum Image Generating System reproduces colors as you intend them by logically selecting the optimum ink combination and placement
  • Print Studio Pro Plug-in software offers a seamless and stress free photo printing workflow for professionals
  • Three dedicated monochrome inks for amazing black & white prints

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  1. 51 of 51 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    One fantastic printer, January 10, 2013
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    This review is from: Canon PIXMA PRO-10 Color Professional Inkjet Photo Printer (Office Product)

    This photo printer is by far the best I’ve ever owned. Canon has always been known for high quality products and this is no different. I was deliberating between the PRO-1 and the PRO-10. Although I do some black and white photography, I did not feel it was enough to warrant the decision to choose a PRO-1. I own a Canon PIXMA MP990. If someone says there is no difference, print out a black and white photo on another brand of photo printer, then print the SAME photo on any Canon PIXMA printer that utilizes a gray ink tank. It will not take long to see the difference. IF YOU ARE NOT A PATIENT person, you may not want this printer. Although the quality is second to none, it took me about 6 and a half minutes to print a high-res 13 by 19 color photo. I can EASILY live with that, considering the appearance of the print. As far as ink usage, I set up the printer, printed 11 at 13 by 19 size color prints, 8 Avery half fold cards, 6 of 8.5 by 11 photos, and several 4 by 6 prints and my 10 ink tanks are still showing all full. I imagine that will soon change, but I’m entirely satisfied. I would highly recommend this printer.

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  2. 56 of 57 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Superb dedicated pro-photo printers from Canon: the Pro-10 and Pro-100, May 12, 2013
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    Brian Baker (Santa Clarita, CA) –
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    This review is from: Canon PIXMA PRO-10 Color Professional Inkjet Photo Printer (Office Product)
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    I have these two pro-photo printers from Canon and I’m going to take advantage of this opportunity to not only review them as to their capabilities, but to compare them to each other as to advantages and disadvantages. One (the Pro-10) uses a pigment-based ink system; the other (the Pro-100) uses a dye-based ink system. There are pros and cons to each of those types of inks, and the performance you can expect from the respective printers.

    For background, I originally entered the realm of pro photo printers about a decade or so ago with the Canon Pro-9000, which used dye-based inks. This was in the era before Canon developed their ChromaLife dye inks, and those early inks weren’t rated highly for longevity, an issue of great import to most who print pro-level (or prosumer) photos, and an issue of which I wasn’t yet informed because I was a newbie to digital photography. It was an excellent printer as to print quality, but when Canon came out with the first line of ChromaLife inks, I educated myself on the subject, and since the Pro-9000 wasn’t able to accept the new inks, I decided to switch to an HP 8750, which used Vivera inks which are highly rated for longevity.

    The HP 8750 has served me very well for the intervening years, but they stopped supporting driver and software upgrades with Windows XP, so when I transitioned to Win 7 several functions of that printer were no longer available. A very strange – and alienating – decision on the part of HP, which prompted me to finally switch to the new Canon printers.

    As far as set-up, these two Canon printers are nearly identical. The set-up is easy and intuitive, but time-consuming as these are complex pieces of equipment with sophisticated software. You can install from either the included discs, or on-line at Canon’s website.

    As I mentioned, the Pro-10 is a pigment ink system and uses 10 inks, including several different photo grays and an Optimizer. The Pro-100 uses an 8-ink dye-based system. My understanding is that the Pro-100 approaches blacks using a different print strategy from the Pro-10. It does have 3 photo black cartridges, but also uses other colors to create grays. We’ll come back to this later.

    Both units can print directly from your handheld devices (smart phones, tablets, etc.) via Bluetooth connectivity, a terrific and innovative convenience, as well as from your other devices which are part of your wireless LAN.

    An almost universal problem in digital photo printing is the phenomenon of the finished prints looking different from what the user sees on his monitor screen; the finished prints are typically darker. Trying to get matching prints and screen image usually entails extensive monitor calibration, which in my experience means I’m looking at what I consider to be a pretty dark monitor image. Canon addresses this issue with an included program called Optimum Image Generating System (OIG). This program works in conjunction with later versions of Photoshop and Lightroom. My Photoshop is an older non-supported version, so I used in it Lightroom, and found it to be surprisingly effective in addressing the issue; the prints came out much closer to what I was seeing on the screen – without a lot of tweaking – than I’ve been used to up to this point. We have to bear in mind that some prints are going to be trickier than others, and the OIG may give mixed results – YMMV – but this system is a HUGE step forward in home printing technology. Kudos to Canon for that alone!

    The Pro-10 and Pro-100 have very different price points, and for that to be so there must be some significant differences between them, so let’s take a look at those.

    Of course, those differences all revolve around the different ink technologies: pigment (Pro-10) versus dye (Pro-100). Let’s start with ink cost. The Pro-10 uses 10 ink cartridges, and a full set of inks here on Amazon runs roughly $150. The Pro-100 uses 8 cartridges for a total cost of about $125. Not much difference in price for the ink; your price per print will probably be roughly equivalent.

    According to Canon’s documentation the Pro-100 uses smaller ink nozzles, probably possible due to the differences in the physical properties of the different inks. You’d think that this would lead to a higher level of fine detail by the Pro-100, but in a side-by-side comparison of prints of the same picture from each printer I couldn’t discern any difference between the two.

    Print speed: Both units will create true borderless prints up to 13″ X 19″; the Pro-100 will do it in less than half the time the Pro-10 takes, under 2 minutes versus about 5 minutes. To me this is a non-issue, but there it is, FYI.

    Color prints: Both printers produce color prints that are absolutely beautiful. Color transitions are subtle and utilize the full gamut of shadings. To me, the prints from the dye-based Pro-100 seem to…

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  3. 32 of 34 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    First printer I’ve owned that really deserves the ‘Professional’ title, April 26, 2013
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    Steve (Richmond, VA USA) –
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    This review is from: Canon PIXMA PRO-10 Color Professional Inkjet Photo Printer (Office Product)
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    Five months ago, I gave up on Epson, which I had been using exclusively for printing for nearly 10 years, in favor of my first Canon printer… the PIXMA Pro-100. Although I had a few Epson printers that were well over double the price of the Pro-100, out of the box the Pro-100 absolutely amazed me. Far better quality prints and built to impress. After printing out hundreds of 4×6 pictures and dozens of 13×19 posters, I have no doubt that the PIXMA Pro-100 was the best printer I’ve ever owned.

    I decided to move my beloved Pro-100 to a second house I own, where I needed a larger format printer for CAD printouts. I replaced it in my home office with a Canon PIXMA Pro-10, which is a step up from the Pro-100. The Pro-10 is also the second best photo inkjet printer in Canon’s new lineup, behind the PIXMA Pro-1.

    Like all my other Canon printers (I own four now), setup is absolute simplicity. Following the included step-by-step installation guide, you can’t possibly go wrong, even without any previous knowledge of setting up printers. The Pro-10 was up and printing within a few minutes (through USB). The toolbox of utilities allow complete control over the printer, including auto power-off options, paper handling, color adjustment, as well as a variety of self-cleaning options. It prints fantastically right out of the box, without any adjustments, so no fiddling is necessary… but it’s there if you want to make adjustments.

    Side by side, the Pro-10 and Pro-100 are identical… the only difference visually is the extra zero on the Pro-100’s nameplate. The spec sheets also read off nearly identically. The $200 difference in price (according to Canon’s website) lies entirely in their ink systems. The Pro-100 uses a dye ink system with 8 individual cartridges (including 1 black and 2 greys), while the Pro-10 uses a pigment ink system with 10 cartridges (including 2 blacks, 1 grey, and a chroma optimizer). The ink droplet size is slightly larger on the Pro-10 (4pl vs 3pl). Dye-based inks are the standard on most inkjet printers… they produce the sharpest colors while providing a long life for their prints. Canon’s ChromaLife system on the Pro-100 claims photo prints will last up to 100 years. Pigment inks are the professional’s choice primarily due to their longevity, but they are known to have a reduced color gamut.

    I printed a 5×7 photo from Photoshop featuring a bright red Ferrari on both the Pro-10 and Pro-100… first in color, then in monochrome. Despite pigment inks being known for having a reduced gamut compared to dye-based inks, both photos looked nearly identical. After several minutes comparing the two photos, I was only able to tell a very slight difference in the brightest part of the red… the Pro-100 looked the slightest tinge orange, while the Pro-10’s pigments represented the red a bit more vividly and faithfully. I would not have noticed the difference without spending so much time comparing, but I am happy that the Pro-10’s ink meets or exceeds the Pro-100’s colors. Looking at the photos through a large magnifying glass, I was able to see that a couple of spots looked a light bit grainier on the Pro-10’s photo, although it was indistinguishable without magnification. I passed both photos around to friends and none were able to tell the difference between the two photos, aside from the finish (more on that later).

    The monochrome printouts were slightly more distinguishable… the Pro-10 boasts about it’s monochrome abilities, and it does its job well. While both photos look amazing on their own, a direct comparison showed a slightly deeper color range for the Pro-10. Details on the headlamps of the Ferrari in the photo were slightly more defined. Passing these photos around, most were able to tell a difference, claiming the Pro-10’s print was better.

    The biggest difference between the printouts was the finish, although I used the same paper for both (Canon Photo Paper Plus Glassy II). The Pro-100 maintained the paper’s original high-glare finish, while the Pro-10 matted the gloss down a bit, resulting in a VERY smooth print. Canon’s Chroma Optimizer (one of the 10 ink cartridges) puts down a finishing layer that smooths the prints out. The Ferrari printout that I was using as a test looked fantastic on the glossy paper, printed from the Pro-100… but from the Pro-10, it looked like a postcard you could buy at a store. Much more professional looking, this was the one difference people who compared the two photos were able to point out.

    I printed out several photos on other types of Canon paper as well, such as Photo Pro Luster and Pro Platinum… the results are breathtaking. The colors are perfect, but the finish, is what makes the photos stand out. I’ve had printers that can put out great looking prints before, but none that literally looked ‘professional’.

    Everything considered so far, I love the Pro-100,…

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