Photo Printers

Canon Announces Two New PIXMA Printers

Canon has announced two new wireless photo inkjet all-in-one printers as part of their PIXMA MG line. The PIXMA MG7120 is a versatile, high-performance color inkjet printer with a maximum color print resolution of 9600 x 2400 dpi and scan resolution of 2400 x 4800 dpi. It’s able to produce sharp, borderless photo prints and documents up to 8.5 x 11”.

Hands-On Review: the Canon PIXMA PRO-1 Printer

The Canon PIXMA PRO-1 printer is a professional-grade inkjet printer capable of producing gallery-quality prints with special attention given to producing the longest dynamic range possible. 

A Wireless Multi-Function Printer that’s Right for You? App-Solutely!

Printers possess a near-magical ability to convert intangible bits from a computer into photos and documents that you hold or store without further mechanical assistance. 

Outputting Final Prints the Bride Will Love

Some photographers prefer to use a printing service over printing their own photos. But a high quality photo printer is a worthwhile investment that can add to your revenue stream while enabling you to really tailor your prints to each wedding event. In this six-minute video, Mia McCormick highlights several printers, along with some thoughts on choosing the right paper.

The Printer Makes the Wedding

While digital photography and the multiple screens at our disposal have pushed printing to the realm of afterthought, weddings continue the tradition of documenting pictures on paper.

Print from Apple and Android Smart Phones and Tablets using Canon’s New All in Ones

Canon has announced three new PIXMA All-In-One (AIO) office printers, the MX372, MX432 and MX512. These new AIO units can print, copy, scan and fax, and models with wireless connectivity support mobile printing from compatible Apple and Android smart phones and tablets using the Canon Easy-PhotoPrint mobile app.

The New Canon PIXMA PRO-1 Desktop Printer

Canon has announced its latest entry to the 13 x 19-inch desktop printer competition, the Canon PIXMA PRO-1. Sporting a 12-color Lucia pigmented ink system, Canon’s new printer is designed to deliver vivid museum-quality prints in color or black and white.

Epson Stylus Photo R2000

Epson has announced a replacement for its popular Stylus Photo R1900, and as you might have guessed, it will be called the Epson Stylus R2000. The new 13 x 19” desktop printer has had a number of tweaks and improvements made including larger ink cartridges

Epson Stylus Photo R3000

The latest update of Epson’s well-respected line of 13 x 19” desktop printers is the Stylus Photo R3000. Unlike most product upgrades, which are often a combination of cosmetics and feature tweaks, the Stylus Photo R3000 was engineered to reflect the feedback and requests of long-term Epson users.

Most notable is how many of the improvements found on the Stylus Photo R3000 are borrowed from Epson’s Stylus Pro-series printers. Among these upgrades are sturdier construction, higher-capacity (25.9ml) ink cartridges, which is about 3x the capacity of the cartridges found in Epson’s earlier desktop printers, a new 1”, 8-channel MicroPiezo AMC (Advanced Meniscus Control) print head (180 nozzles), and advanced media handling (front-in, front-out) for heavier fine-art media.

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