Working with a 12 pigment ink system and accurately placing an incredible 32,256,000 ink droplets on the paper every second, the iPF PRO-1000 produces spectacular reproductions of photos and fine arts with smooth gradations and excellent detail. Chroma Optimizer ink ensures uniform glossiness on luster and gloss stocks.
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Canon’s special Chroma Optimizer ink minimises microscopic bumps between ink droplets, to give your prints uniform glossiness and regulate surface reflections. Silicon oil, added to the inks for abrasion resistance, prevents scratching, making your job easier when it comes to printing and transporting large volumes.
Achieve perfect results with smart skew correction and vacuum air feeding which feeds flat paper for accurate placement of ink droplets.
The iPF PRO-1000’s non-firing nozzle detection reduces banding and alternate nozzles are ready to replace any that are blocked.
Produces a very wide gamut of colour and tone, smooth gradations and excellent detail in the shadows.
Approximately 6 minutes and 25 seconds to create a high quality A2 colour print with a border.
The improved print head produces 32,256 ink droplets every second to ensure spectacular colour and detail in every print.
Minimises microscopic bumps between ink droplets, giving prints a uniform glossiness. This regulates surface reflections to prevent a bronzing effect.
The quality and performance of the PRO-1000 has exceeded my expectations in terms of making the best print. With great depth and detail throughout the print it allows my images to come to life.Kelly Brown, Canon Master
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2400 (horizontal) x 1200 (vertical) dpi
A5, A4, A3, A3+, A2, B5, B4, B3, 4x6”, 5x7”, 8x10”, 10x12”, 14x17”, 17x22”, LTR, LGL, LDR
Plain Paper: 64-105 g/m2 , Canon specialty paper: max paper weight : approx. 300 g/m2
PFI-1000 MBK, PBK, B, C, CO, GY, M, PC, PGY, PM, R, Y
Approx. 723 x 433 x 285mm
*If your inkjet printer is found defective within the applicable manufacturer warranty period (1 Year), we’ll replace it with the same, or an equivalent model. Excludes damage caused by external factors. Canon’s full replacement promise is in addition to your rights under Australian Consumer Law which, depending on the type of fault, includes repair, replacement or a refund. For full terms see: www.canon.com.au/printassist or the card in the printer box. Only for products purchased at Authorised Canon Australia retailers
**A full set of inks is required for full function. Some functions may not work unless genuine Canon inks used and/or an internet connection is established.
USB cable not included.