The two new PIXMA G series 6-colour ink tank printers are said to offer high quality, enhanced photo longevity and low-cost printing for photo studios, businesses, homes and creative work.
As for the imagePROGRAF PRO-300 and PIXMA PRO-200, these models are aimed at professional photographers, photo schools and advanced users who may have needs of a diverse range of paper media.
Pricing and availability
|PIXMA G670||24,801||June 2021|
|PIXMA G570||18,789||June 2021|
|PIXMA PRO-200||41,401||June 2021|
|imagePROGRAF PRO-300||59,621||June 2021|
Pixma G670 and Pixma G570 features
These Canon models are said to offer high yields. They are said to deliver approximately 3,800 sheets of 4×6-inch prints. They offer six colour all dye ink tank systems for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black, Red and Grey Inks.
Users can load up to 30 sheets of photo paper with these printers. These models support wireless and mobile printing.
These printers feature a modular structure with replaceable components that users can replace easily after long usage leading to wear, claims the company.
Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-300 and Canon PIXMA PRO-200
These printers can use matte, semi-gloss, super high gloss to Fine Art grade papers of up to A3+ sizes. Both the printers are equipped to handle thicker papers easily with a manual feed tray for straighter path feeding, according to the company.
They also support the printing of panoramic photos and custom border margins.
Additionally, the printers also offer integration with the Canon Professional Print & Layout software that is said to enable a screen-to-print workflow for precise layout control and soft-proofing.
Canon says that the imagePROGRAF PRO-300 is equipped with the LUCIA PRO pigment ink system and Crystal-fidelity digital image processing workflow that leads to retention of image quality from image capture to print.
The Pixma PRO-200 offers an 8-colour dye ink system that is said to deliver a wider colour gamut with high contrast levels. The Optimum Image Generating (OIG) System on the printer is claimed to analyse each area of print and choose the best ink mixture to ensure the most accurate colour representation in print.