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Re: The Pixma Pro-1 Gets Official
« Reply #15 on: October 26, 2011, 10:37:33 AM »
Hoho you make me want to have the printer right now

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« Reply #16 on: January 29, 2012, 10:04:56 AM »
Has the Pro-1 started shipping? If so, how long has it been on the market? Any owners on this thread?

And this next question is for the Pro-1 and the 9500 series printer owners. How care these Canon printers and clogging? I  mean how long can you go between prints before you notice the ink not flowing freely. I won't be printing weekly. Was wondering if I could print lets say 20 8x10 then wait a few months. Print again without problems.

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« Reply #17 on: January 29, 2012, 12:23:07 PM »
Has the Pro-1 started shipping? If so, how long has it been on the market? Any owners on this thread?

And this next question is for the Pro-1 and the 9500 series printer owners. How care these Canon printers and clogging? I  mean how long can you go between prints before you notice the ink not flowing freely. I won't be printing weekly. Was wondering if I could print lets say 20 8x10 then wait a few months. Print again without problems.

B&H started shipping just last week so dont beleive there are too many owners out there.  You probably noticed Gragig got his last week and was planning to get a review by today, until his unit broke down...
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Re: The Pixma Pro-1 Gets Official
« Reply #18 on: January 29, 2012, 01:04:54 PM »
Has the Pro-1 started shipping? If so, how long has it been on the market? Any owners on this thread?

And this next question is for the Pro-1 and the 9500 series printer owners. How care these Canon printers and clogging? I  mean how long can you go between prints before you notice the ink not flowing freely. I won't be printing weekly. Was wondering if I could print lets say 20 8x10 then wait a few months. Print again without problems.

B&H started shipping just last week so dont beleive there are too many owners out there.  You probably noticed Gragig got his last week and was planning to get a review by today, until his unit broke down...

A shame. Now he has to get his exchanged. Hopefully this was an anomally. Bad batch.

Are the 9500 series reliable? I'm also looking at Epson's (e.g. R2000, R3000 and 3880).

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Re: The Pixma Pro-1 Gets Official
« Reply #19 on: January 31, 2012, 07:36:05 AM »
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I'm also looking at Epson's (e.g. R2000, R3000 and 3880).

i have an epson R2880 and R3000.
i print on hahnemühle and i love the results.

the R2880 was my workhorse for years, never had a problem.


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« Reply #20 on: January 31, 2012, 10:59:57 AM »
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I'm also looking at Epson's (e.g. R2000, R3000 and 3880).

i have an epson R2880 and R3000.
i print on hahnemühle and i love the results.

the R2880 was my workhorse for years, never had a problem.

How often do you print? I'm concerned with of course performance (I know the Epson's you have are good, Canon 9500 series), reliability and how long you can go between prints before the nozzles begin to clog. I know I won't print anywhere as often as most in this forum. But I do want a good photo printer.

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« Reply #20 on: January 31, 2012, 10:59:57 AM »