Canon Australia has unveiled the new models in its imagePrograf range, offering a raft of new machines to the wide-format and photography industry.
The printers, PRO-2000 and PRO-4000, are targeted towards the fine art and photographic markets, and Canon says the PRO-4000S and PRO-6000S will offer ‘fast, confident results’ to the commercial print industry.
The imagePrograf series is set to have 11-colour ink systems and the new Chroma Optimiser which, according to Canon, improves print performance and its printheads can reduce clogging and wastage.
Canon product manager Vishal Gohel says the selling point for the new range is colour reproduction and clarity.
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“Canon really has an edge in this high-end market because we genuinely understand the importance of fine detail and accurate colour reproduction,” says Gohel.
“It’s always been Canon’s focus and our products reflect that, allowing users to accurately preserve the detail and vibrancy of the original image and reproduce their photos with amazing clarity.
“The imagePrograf series develops this philosophy even further, with software and print technology which produces not only the highest detail but ultra-high colour reproduction and smooth tonal variations, to produce the most natural photographic prints available in the large-format market.”
The four new machine series will be available to the Australian market later in 2016.
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