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I will NEVER OWN an Inkjet Printer, at least that is what I thought. I have been very outspoken for years about printing at home and how it could not match a “real” print. Well, the time has come and my eyes have been opened by the Canon Pixma Pro 10 inkjet printer.
When Canon asked me if I would like to review the Pixma Pro 10 I said sure as long as you send me enough ink and paper for me to properly run some real world tests. I was always under the impression that the ink was way to expensive and in combination with purchasing paper I should just order prints online. No its not all roses and butterflies for inkjet printers but I will break it down for you in this full in-depth review.
First things first lets take a look at the costs involved with owning this inkjet printer. The printer itself will run you $700 at most retailers including Allens Camera. You have to ask yourself how many prints could I make for $700 at a lab? Other costs involved include the ink which runs $14.99 ea and you will need 10 cartridges to keep this bad boy up and running. (the printer comes with a full set up ink right out of the box)
You also have to take into consideration what inkjet paper you are going to purchase along with what size. There are a lot of companies that makes inkjet paper but for this review I used just the Canon Pro Luster 13×19 inch. The Pixma Pro 10 can print paper up to 13×19 inches full bleed. That means it will use the entire paper surface and not leave a white border. Since I do not crop my work I only printed 12×18 sized images on the 13×19 sheet of paper.
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