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Comp Bind Technology Printer Dust Cover for Canon Pixma Pro-10 / Pro-100 Wireless Color Printer Black Nylon Anti-Static Dust Cover By Comp Bind Technology CB15--27.2''W x 15.2''D x 8.50''H

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Most helpful positive review
After shooting the eclipse in August of 2017, I wanted to send some of my photo buddies prints. I hauled out my trusty workhorse, a 13-year old i9900, only to have it die an untimely death. Even though I shoot a competitor's camera, I've always liked my Canon printer, so I thought about getting a Pro-100. After a lot of thought, I decided that a pigment ink printer would be a better choice, so I got the Pro-10. I had little trouble setting it up, although the non-XPS driver would frequently lose contact with the hardware when communicating via Wi-Fi. (The XPS driver works perfectly, though.) After massaging my eclipse shots in Lightroom, I started sending them to the printer, mostly on 13x19 Pro Luster paper which came as part of a package deal with the printer. The results were really stunning. Eclipse coronas are wispy, thready entities, but the Pro-10 did a beautiful job with them. My friends and customers were quite pleased. I also re-printed some photos of Crater Lake that I had previously done with the i9900, and the water on the newer printer was more accurately rendered than on the older machine. I've printed about six 13x19s of the eclipse, an Aurora Borealis photo on 13x19, and about a dozen or so more typical shots on 8.5x11 paper and I'm nearly out of the photo black and the grey inks. This seems perfectly reasonable to me, given that the eclipse is against a black background. The other cartridges are about 3/4 full. It's not cheap to operate, but it's not exorbitant, either. All in all, I'm very happy with my investment in this printer, and I'm looking forward to making more eye-catching prints of my landscape work. Nice job, Canon.

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SKU:ADIB0181TSSOG Canon PIXMA PRO-10/PRO-100 Wireless Color Printer Dust Cover Size 27.2 W x 15.2 D x 8.50 H
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Most helpful positive review
25 customers found this helpful
Stunning prints but they take time
After shooting the eclipse in August of 2017, I wanted to send some of my photo buddies prints. I hauled out my trusty workhorse, a 13-year old i9900, only to have it die an untimely death. Even though I shoot a competitor's camera, I've always liked my Canon printer, so I thought about getting a Pro-100. After a lot of thought, I decided that a pigment ink printer would be a better choice, so I got the Pro-10. I had little trouble setting it up, although the non-XPS driver would frequently lose contact with the hardware when communicating via Wi-Fi. (The XPS driver works perfectly, though.) After massaging my eclipse shots in Lightroom, I started sending them to the printer, mostly on 13x19 Pro Luster paper which came as part of a package deal with the printer. The results were really stunning. Eclipse coronas are wispy, thready entities, but the Pro-10 did a beautiful job with them. My friends and customers were quite pleased. I also re-printed some photos of Crater Lake that I had previously done with the i9900, and the water on the newer printer was more accurately rendered than on the older machine. I've printed about six 13x19s of the eclipse, an Aurora Borealis photo on 13x19, and about a dozen or so more typical shots on 8.5x11 paper and I'm nearly out of the photo black and the grey inks. This seems perfectly reasonable to me, given that the eclipse is against a black background. The other cartridges are about 3/4 full. It's not cheap to operate, but it's not exorbitant, either. All in all, I'm very happy with my investment in this printer, and I'm looking forward to making more eye-catching prints of my landscape work. Nice job, Canon.
Most helpful negative review
10 customers found this helpful
Awful Printer
Problems with setting up drivers, using a mac, then main feeder will not work, manual feeder does only to find color is not true to photoshop, not even close.
Most helpful positive review
25 customers found this helpful
Stunning prints but they take time
After shooting the eclipse in August of 2017, I wanted to send some of my photo buddies prints. I hauled out my trusty workhorse, a 13-year old i9900, only to have it die an untimely death. Even though I shoot a competitor's camera, I've always liked my Canon printer, so I thought about getting a Pro-100. After a lot of thought, I decided that a pigment ink printer would be a better choice, so I got the Pro-10. I had little trouble setting it up, although the non-XPS driver would frequently lose contact with the hardware when communicating via Wi-Fi. (The XPS driver works perfectly, though.) After massaging my eclipse shots in Lightroom, I started sending them to the printer, mostly on 13x19 Pro Luster paper which came as part of a package deal with the printer. The results were really stunning. Eclipse coronas are wispy, thready entities, but the Pro-10 did a beautiful job with them. My friends and customers were quite pleased. I also re-printed some photos of Crater Lake that I had previously done with the i9900, and the water on the newer printer was more accurately rendered than on the older machine. I've printed about six 13x19s of the eclipse, an Aurora Borealis photo on 13x19, and about a dozen or so more typical shots on 8.5x11 paper and I'm nearly out of the photo black and the grey inks. This seems perfectly reasonable to me, given that the eclipse is against a black background. The other cartridges are about 3/4 full. It's not cheap to operate, but it's not exorbitant, either. All in all, I'm very happy with my investment in this printer, and I'm looking forward to making more eye-catching prints of my landscape work. Nice job, Canon.
Most helpful negative review
10 customers found this helpful
Awful Printer
Problems with setting up drivers, using a mac, then main feeder will not work, manual feeder does only to find color is not true to photoshop, not even close.
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Stunning prints but they take time

After shooting the eclipse in August of 2017, I wanted to send some of my photo buddies prints. I hauled out my trusty workhorse, a 13-year old i9900, only to have it die an untimely death. Even though I shoot a competitor's camera, I've always liked my Canon printer, so I thought about getting a Pro-100. After a lot of thought, I decided that a pigment ink printer would be a better choice, so I got the Pro-10. I had little trouble setting it up, although the non-XPS driver would frequently lose contact with the hardware when communicating via Wi-Fi. (The XPS driver works perfectly, though.) After massaging my eclipse shots in Lightroom, I started sending them to the printer, mostly on 13x19 Pro Luster paper which came as part of a package deal with the printer. The results were really stunning. Eclipse coronas are wispy, thready entities, but the Pro-10 did a beautiful job with them. My friends and customers were quite pleased. I also re-printed some photos of Crater Lake that I had previously done with the i9900, and the water on the newer printer was more accurately rendered than on the older machine. I've printed about six 13x19s of the eclipse, an Aurora Borealis photo on 13x19, and about a dozen or so more typical shots on 8.5x11 paper and I'm nearly out of the photo black and the grey inks. This seems perfectly reasonable to me, given that the eclipse is against a black background. The other cartridges are about 3/4 full. It's not cheap to operate, but it's not exorbitant, either. All in all, I'm very happy with my investment in this printer, and I'm looking forward to making more eye-catching prints of my landscape work. Nice job, Canon.

It buzzes, it whirrs, it works.

This printer scared me the first few times I used it. It is a living, breathing creature that makes spontaneous noises that you have no control over. It clicks, it taps, it whirrs. Once you accept that, you will likely love this printer. I've read many of the other reviews about clogged nozzles, jamming errors, alignment problems, etc. I bought this printer USED, have shipped it intercontinentally for moves, and have let it sit unused for months on end. It still works flawlessly, years later.

Maybe I'm just lucky. But, it is what it is. This is a fantastic printer.

Printer Upgrade

Since I purchased the Pixma Pro 10 I have printed over 25 8 X10's, several 5X7's and 6X4's including one 13 X19. The printer is doing a great job. Very impressive results in detail, color, and saturation. I realize the ink can run up the cost however if I had used my ole printer I know I would have sent more on ink. The only negative I can find with the printer is documents. This is a photo printer and documents are printed very slow. You can overcome this by selecting paper output and the printer does well. Still going through the learning curve so as time moves forward hope to work out all of these little details This is my first Canon Product and I have to say I am very pleased. One final note Canon's technical support have been great. All questions and concerns were handled completely.

Great quality

Haven't had this printer very long so can not speak about durability. However the quality is amazing. The photos I've printed so far are very much professional looking. The operating cost isn't cheap but its a trade off for the fine quality and convenience. All inks and supplies are available locally for me.

Superb Printer/Great price right now

This is printer has a large footprint, the setup time is a little on the slow side. Be sure to calibrate your monitor, the results are outstanding. My prints look like they came from a pro lab. Ink usage seems normal just print one picture a week and there seems to be no cleaning cycle that wastes ink.

Print at home with Pro lab results

I am a working 20 year+ professional portrait photographer. I use ProDPi for the bulk of my printing needs. I wanted to be able to print some smaller jobs from my home office. I purchased the Pro-10 off of craigslist for 200.00 almost new and the original owner had printed a few images. I had zero problems setting it up. Downloaded a few drivers for my Mac and had it up and running quickly. It produces lab quality images.

However, it is slow. It took almost 3 hours to print 40 8x10 composite images. It is an ink hog. I have used 3 full sets+ of ink in six months. Chrome Optimizer seems to go the quickest so i have to always have a few extra tanks on hand. It is a pro printer so only pro camera shops carry the ink. Big Box Office stores do not stock this ink. This is hassle for me because the closest retailer is over an hour away. It uses a ton of ink on start up to prime the heads, so i try to print something every week just to keep it the jets from getting clogged with dried ink. The ink is not cheap, but does deliver the archival quality that I need. It does need some baby sitting while doing a job. It does stop from time to time during a large print job due to ink tanks needing to be replaced. The warning indicators flash a series of flashes to indicate its needs. I just open a Canon knowledge page for the code warning meanings, the fix is always something simple. It does require a certain amount of patience (photographer have to a patient bunch anyway). I print up to 11x14's on it and it always deliver a very high quality print, just don't be in a hurry and have plenty of extra ink on hand ( I have at two full sets to avoid driving or waiting on amazon. I would buy Canon anytime.

Some issues

I just bought this printer on December 30, 2015... Easy set up, but wifi doesn't work... I cannot use any of Canon's printing software with Aperture, as Canon states, it works with ALL Adobe products, so I had to purchase Adobe Elements 14, well it doesn't work with that either... It tells me I don't have Adobe products installed... This is absurd

Printer Malfunction

Printer malfunction after a couple of printouts. Now it's totally dead.

Awful Printer

Problems with setting up drivers, using a mac, then main feeder will not work, manual feeder does only to find color is not true to photoshop, not even close.

Broke in 90 days

I bought this printer on December 20, 2015. I'm a high school art teacher and do lots of forms, tickets, bulletin boards. So I really need a "good" quality large format printer. Got a few projects with good print results out of it. Will not recognize borderless printing for plain paper. Closest setting will be matte photo paper (uses to much ink). The previous two Pixma Pro-9000 printers worked fine until the printer heads somehow out (stopped printing, barely three years old). Was hesitant about buying the Pixma Pro-10 printer and now have to send it in for service already because the printer is not recognizing two different new print cartridges (order ink in bulk, won't recognize either one of a particular color). For a "commercial" printer can't seem to handle the use. To difficult to clean nor is there any info what to do if two deep cleanings don't work except to send it in for service. Now I have to wait 10-15 days to get the printer back. At one time I had no trouble with Canon products. Can't say that any more. For the price I expected the printers to last longer (more than three years).

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