Canon imagePROGRAF iPF6200
Released October, 2007
The Pros:Setup is easy enough for anyone with a little experience using printers. Sending print jobs is fairly easy, all the options are obvious and easy to select. Prints relatively quickly, not much waiting for a print to finish.
The Cons:Takes up a lot of space around the office.
The Canon imagePROGRAF iPF6200 is a powerful color inkjet printer designed color professionals seeking full-bleed color output, flexible paper handling, and topnotch speed. A step up from the iPF6100, the Canon imagePROGRAF iPF6200 adds along EFI Colorproof eXpress RIP Software.
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This unique application enables beginners and professionals alike to produce accurate color proofs quickly, easily, and effectively. In fact, this ICC compliant software includes pre-defined modes for proofing, photo & monochrome output, and remote job processing and printing. Like its predecessor, the imagePROGRAF iPF6200 offers a 12-color pigment ink system offers excellent color fastness and stability with a wide color gamut. In addition, the imagePROGRAF iPF6200 features a large 80GB hard drive for storing & processing large capacity print jobs, advanced quality control functions, and a Non-Firing Detection and Compensation Function that automatically cleans clogged nozzle heads. The Canon imagePROGRAF iPF6200 retails for $3769.99 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.
- Dual Print-Head Inkjet Technology
- 12-Color, 44-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
- EFI Colorproof eXpress RIP Software
- 1 Year Limited Warranty
- Printing Technology: Dual Print-Head Inkjet
- Throughput: 294 ft/hr2
- Hard Drive: 80GB
- Memory: 384MB
- Resolution: 2400x1200 dpi
- Interface: USB, Ethernet
- Compatibility: Windows, Mac OS
- Weight: 313lbs (w/Stand)
User Reviews (1)
setup is easy enough for anyone with a little experience using printers
sending print jobs is fairly easy, all the options are obvious and easy to select
prints relatively quickly, not much waiting for a print to finish
doesn't use too much ink, cost per print is reasonable
solidly constructed, nothing feels flimsy or shaky
reliable operation, never gets errors, jams, or any other problems
works well with a variety of professional papers
takes up a lot of space around the office
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