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The Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-1000 Printer
(Hereafter “PRO-1000” for short)

What’s in a name? Canon manufactures several series of printers. This printer features considerable technological innovation and it sits within the Canon imagePROGRAF series, not to be confused with Canon’s Pixma Pro series. So wherever you see reference here to the “Pro-1000”– the subject of this review, please remember it is shorthand for an imagePROGRAF model, not a Pixma Pro.

 

The Canon ImagePROGRAF Pro-1000 Printer

For quite some time now inkjet printing technology has reached a stage of maturity whereby it’s fair to say that “the printer is as good as the printer”. If the print-maker delivers a well-prepared file to the printer, it will deliver – and really well. Readers may recall that I made essentially the same point when I reviewed the Epson SureColor P800 printer last summer, being their first new 17-inch ent...

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Mark has been making photographs for the past six decades and started adopting a digital workflow in 1999 first with scanning film, then going fully digital in 2004. He has worked with a considerable range of software, equipment and techniques over the years, accumulated substantial experience as an author, educator and communicator in several fields and is a frequent contributor to the Luminous-Landscape website. Mark developed a particular interest in film scanning and authored the ebook “Scanning Workflows with SilverFast 8, SilverFast HDR, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop” available on the SilverFast website. In his “other life” (the one that pays for the photography), Mark is a retiree from the World Bank Group and now a consultant in electric power development.
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