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Canon imagePROGRAF iPF5100


$1,970.00 Released October, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Setup is surprisingly easy, don't need to be a technical genius. Ink usage is acceptable, doesn't work through it too quickly. Paper handling is excellent, rarely jams or has feed problems.

The Cons:Very large footprint, need to plan ahead before it arrives as to where it's going. Print driver has a few little quirks that take getting used to, not problems but just a learning curve.

The Canon imagePROGRAF iPF5100 is a compact color inkjet printer engineered to produce colors, fine details, and subtle expressions required for the challenging color environments of photography, proofing, and professional graphic applications.

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It features an ink set comprised of 12 colors. The unique combination delivers a broad color pallet for exceptional print results. In addition, the imagePROGRAF iPF5100 boasts a bevy of features such as automatic recalibration, a Canon L-COA processor for the highest possible speeds, and a new ink formulation for black, matte, black, gray, and photo gray that reduces bronzing, while providing a stronger ink adhesion. This results in better scratch resistance without additional protection. The Canon imagePROGRAF iPF5100retails for $1969.99 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.

Features

  • Dual Print-Head Inkjet Technology
  • 12-Color, 17-Inch Printer
  • Ultra-Past Printing
  • Economy Print Mode
  • Advanced Quality Control
  • Efficient Color Configuration
  • Borderless Printing
  • Non-Firing Detection & Compensation
  • USB & Ethernet Interfaces
  • Optional Firewire Interface
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Specifications

  • Printing Technology: Dual Print-Head Inkjet
  • Memory: 192MB
  • Resolution: 2400x1200 dpi
  • Interface: USB, Ethernet
  • Compatibility: Windows, Mac OS
  • Weight: 313lbs (w/Stand)

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    setup is surprisingly easy, don't need to be a technical genius

  • 1

    ink usage is acceptable, doesn't work through it too quickly

  • 1

    paper handling is excellent, rarely jams or has feed problems

  • 1

    black and white images on art paper are excellent, difficult to find any flaw with them at all

  • 1

    color accuracy is professional grade, can produce prints with this that go directly to clients

Cons
  • 1

    very large footprint, need to plan ahead before it arrives as to where it's going

  • 1

    print driver has a few little quirks that take getting used to, not problems but just a learning curve

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