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Canon Pixma Pro-10
9.4 out of 10

Canon Pixma Pro-10

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Overall 8


16 September 2013
  • Excerpt: “Slow and steady wins the race,” is great in theory, unless you’re looking for output speed instead of quality. The PIXMA PRO-10, Canon’s successor to their PRO-1, is a more affordable (although still pricey) professional inkjet printer that has a lot under the hood.
  • Pros: Network-ready wireless/wired; quiet; CD Printing
  • Cons: Slow
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Overall 8

Canon Pixma PRO-10

PC Magazine
7 July 2013
  • Conclusion: The Canon Pixma PRO-10 photo printer can output gallery-worthy prints, and is an especially good choice if your photographic style tends toward the noir.
  • Pros: Outputs gallery-worthy photos. Especially good with monochrome photo printing. Excellent text quality.
  • Cons: Can't print from paper rolls.
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Overall 9
Features 9
Speed performance 9
Build quality 9

Canon PIXMA Pro-10

28 August 2013
  • Summary: Small ink tanks make the Pro-10 more suitable for photographers who produce an occasional A3+ print than those who make a lot of prints (for example by creating photo books). Other features also make the Pro-10 more suitable for low-volume printing.
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Overall 8

Canon PIXMA PRO-10 A3+ Printer Review

14 March 2013
  • Excerpt: The PIXMA PRO-10 replaces the PIXMA Pro9500 MkII and features a 10-ink pigment-based system with Chroma Optimizer, making it ideal for semi-professional and serious amateur photographers looking to work with a wide range of media. The PRO-10 boasts print speeds of approx.
  • Pros: Easy Wi-Fi setup, CD printing tray, Excellent photo quality colour prints, Decent black and white reproduction*, Quiet printing
  • Cons: Quite small ink cartridges, Not the quickest at printing full size prints, Expensive for a full set of ink (~£88), *Black and white prints have a very slight sepia tone
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