When you think of photography and imaging (printing), probably only a few companies come to mind. Undoubtedly, Canon is one of them. Not only do they make great cameras, but also some of the best photo printers available—whether it’s one of the Japanese imaging giant’s consumer-grade Pixmas, such as the $199.99-list Pixma MG7520 (a six-ink machine), or one of Canon’s professional-grade Pixmas, like the topic of this review, the $499.99-list, eight-ink, Pixma Pro-100.
As Pixma Pro models go, the Pro-100 is the entry-level, or the beginner, in Canon’s line of professional photo printers, followed by the next model up, the 10-ink Pixma Pro 10 ($699.99-list), and then there’s the flagship of the Pixma Pro models, the $999.99-list Pro-1, which deploys 12 inks.
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