Review: Canon PIXMA Pro-10 printer

Here's a link to my review of the Canon PIXMA Pro-10 printer over at Macworld. http://www.macworld.com/article/2142570/canon-pixma-pro...

Here's a link to my review of the Canon PIXMA Pro-10 printer over at Macworld.

http://www.macworld.com/article/2142570/canon-pixma-pro-10-review-professional-quality-photo-prints-right-on-your-desk.html

If you're interested in printers, I invite you to read the review. Executive summary: I like the printer a lot.

Print of photo of Mission San Luis Rey in Oceanside, California, made with Canon PIXMA Pro-1 and printed on Canon's Fine Art "Museum Etching" paper (supplied by Hahnemühle). This thick, textured paper is expensive and must be fed into the printer through a special slot, but the result is worth it. The muted colors of this mission church north of San Diego are perfect for pigment inks; and this Pro-10 print almost looks like a watercolor. The image can be seen on Flickr here.

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