Canon’s Professional-Grade imagePrograf Pro-300 Photograph and Fine Graphic Arts Printer

Nine inks and a smooth coating
produce gorgeous banners


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4.0 EXCELLENT
By William Harrel – January 4,  2021

Canon imagePrograf Pro-300 Review at PCMag.com

THE BOTTOM LINE

The Canon imagePrograf Pro-300 turns out excellent-looking photos and artwork up to 13 by 39 inches, aided by two black inks and a host of handy features.

MSRP $899.99

PROS

    • Excellent print quality
    • Prints banners up to 39 inches long
    • Relatively inexpensive inks
    • Matte Black ink for deeper blacks and superb grayscale output
    • Automatic black ink switching
    • Automatic nozzle clog detection

CONS

    • No support for paper rolls
    • High purchase price

Canon’s imagePrograf Pro-300 ($899.99) is a pro-grade photo and graphics arts printer capable of borderless output on media up to supertabloid or A3+, 13 by 19 inches, as well as on banners up to 39 inches long. A direct competitor with Epson’s SureColor P700 (on PCMag’s Best of the Year 2020 list), the Pro-300 replaces the long-in-the-tooth Pro-100 reviewed here back in early 2013. The P700 costs $100 less and supports paper rolls, but the Pro-300’s running costs are notably lower than the P700’s. Like other Canon Pro-grade photo printers, it turns out terrific-looking grayscale images, graphics, and photos. If you don’t need to print ultra-long banners, it’s an extremely worthy contender.


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