I will not repeat what has already been said and ...
9 July 2015
Summary: I will not repeat what has already been said and this is an upgrade for me from the 9000 MarkII. I do wish the printer handled larger paper however. As regards ink usage, a Canon tech helped me tremendously by pointing out that I did not need to change the ink tanks at the low warning but rather at...
Summary: I purchased this printer from a local camera shop (Canon authorized reseller). I really wanted to purchase the pro-10, but the reseller was fresh out and I only had the option to purchase the pro-1 because I really needed a professional printer to help me take my photography to the next level.
++ Magnificent photo quality but at a cost in speed ++
9 March 2015
Summary: 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 prints. Pros: + Magnificent photo quality. + Especially good for monochrome photos. + Above-par graphics and text.
Summary: This printer is absolutely amazing; the print quality is breathtaking, whether in color or black & white. Yes, she's big and heavy, but quiet and solid. Some people think she's slow, but I think 2 minutes for an 8x10 is reasonable.
Summary: Unless you just have a ton of money you don't know what to do with and you want to throw it away consider not buying this one. The printer prints beautifully, lovely, the prints are spectacular. The printer also drinks $300 dollar a set ink like there is no tomorrow.
Summary: I've had this printer for a year now. Beautiful prints. Yes, it is slow, but worth it. What is also important to me is that Canon is one of the few companies that have a quality customer support staff...and they don't try to charge you for support. This isn't for the casual snapshot.
This is a very nice printer an does everything expected
Marshall C Gowie, Amazon
11 January 2015
Summary: This is a very nice printer an does everything expected. Since this is the first use with the ink supplied with the printer. I will have to wait until I replace them to determine if it is an ink hog. Previously I used several HP printers.