Excerpt: Both color and black & white prints look beautiful. Set-up was easy. Canon's rebate helps justify the somewhat pricy ink cartridges. The user interface is very self explanatory. Users would have to be pretty careless to screw this up.
Excerpt: Received this printer as part of camera package. I was pleasantly surprised by the image print quality. Printer speed is decent. Impressive for an inexpensive printer compared to my Epson Pro Stylus 3880.
Excerpt: I have been using the Canon Pixma ix6820; a good printer and not expensive. The Pixma PRO-100 is a crystal-clear upgrading. Prints will look good on a wall. I created a test file with graded colors and black to white, as my test for the printer.
Pros: Good Value To Quality, Reasonable Price, Very Good Output
Excerpt: I love this printer. I am an amateur photographer and have been working with HP Photo printers and not happy with results. This printer puts out professional prints. i would have given it a fifth star but it doesn't provide much information with it and it is a little hard to understand the setting...
Excerpt: I bought this printer for the simple fact that it came with a $250 rebate at the time. This meant I was getting a "pro" grade printer for around $100. Otherwise i may have gone with the PRO 10 and its 10 ink system. I have no regrets for going with cheaper model.
Excerpt: the large prints possible are great and the main purpose of my purchase. Printing is easy enough but some initiation time may be required to adjust color saturation. Experience may be the answer here.
2nd Printer - Awesome quality but it will cost you
Chamberlin1227, B&H Photo
5 January 2016
Excerpt: I bought a Canon body two years ago and got the "Great Deal" on the Pro-100. It worked fine for prints. After a year and 9 days I tried to print a CD. It jammed, lights started flashing and a very audible clicking could be heard. After several hours of research and troubleshooting, it was DOA.
Excerpt: This printer produces museum quality prints IF you learn how papers, ICC profiles, and monitor calibrations work TOGETHER. I have made probably over 150prints so far on this. Large to small. I have used many different types of papers from Inkpress, Canon of course, Moab , Canson and some others.