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Nov 23, 2012 02:59 |  #1

Canon UK lent me a PRO-1 printer to try...

...Unfortunately it had to go back, but I've just finished up writing quite a long review based on my use of it, which I hope is of interest.

http://www.northlight-images.co.uk …/printer/canon_​pro-1.html (external link)

The extra brief version would be: Print quality is excellent, but paper handling/size issues might rule it out for some...


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Nov 23, 2012 15:45 |  #2

Thanks, Keith!


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Nov 23, 2012 21:52 |  #3

Thanks, I have a 9000 MkII that I like, EXCEPT I absolutely HATE the FORCED margin crap.
This confirms that I wont be buying another Canon printer.


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Nov 24, 2012 02:39 as a reply to  @ buggz's post |  #4

Margins...

I've no idea why Canon persists with the compulsory margins on some papers. When I asked in the UK a while ago, the finger was pointed back to Japan.

That and the 26" page length maximum would rule it out of my choices if I was looking for a printer of this type.
As I note though - this wouldn't bother some people at all...


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