Excerpt: Have not printed much as I'm learning how to use it. What I have printed looks beautiful! Included photo print software makes printing a breeze. Black and white prints are stunning. Install - not so smooth with outdated disks and having to determine which software I needed from Canon's own website.
Summary: 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.
Summary: Pro 10 replaces an Epson 3800. Pro-10 replaces an Epson 3800. Friends have the same problems with 3880 that I had with 3800. Those Epsons and this Canon seem to produce equally good prints (Canon supposedly has a fine detail advantage but I can't see it).
Excerpt: Unit self starts and aligns itself, all you do is feed it 2 sheets of paper. Did not havve time to resolve issue with old computer and PSE compatibility so I just saved a .jpg and printed from Picture and Fax viewer. Print matched monitor very closely. I'm tempted to keep doing it the same way!
Pros: Easy to Use, Great Picture Quality, Versatile
Excerpt: This printer came free with the purchase of a camera. Didn't get a chance to set it up yet, however, the printer is HUGE and takes up a lot of space. It does support huge prints [13" x 19"]. Most of the Canon printers I've own produced really nice prints.
Summary: Bought this printer after a nightmare experience with an Epson Stylus Pro 3880 and Epson's customer service. The Pixma Pro 10 could use some improvements but overall I'm pretty happy and I'm saving money printing at home. The main drawback is that it is an ink hog.