Melville, NY—Along with the recently introduced RF70–200mm F4 L IS USM and RF50mm F1.8 STM lenses, Canon USA debuted the Canon Pixma Pro-200 photo printer.
“Canon prides itself on being able to uniquely offer both input and output solutions to our customers,” said Tatsuro “Tony” Kano, executive vice president and general manager of Canon USA’s Imaging Technologies & Communications Group. “We are equally excited to see the images captured with the new lenses, and the prints that are to be created with the new Pixma Pro-200 printer.”
Canon Pixma Pro-200 Printer
The newly announced Pixma Pro-200 printer is 15% smaller than its predecessor—the Pixma Pro-100. However, it has the ability to print up to 13 inches by 19 inches and features improved ChromaLife 100+ dye-based ink. Canon says it is the latest Pro printer to create prints more representative of the original digital file.
Moreover, the printer is marketed at photographers who print work for themselves and graphic artists or photography students working on their portfolios from their homes.
A key feature of the Pro-200 photo printer is a new 3-inch LCD screen. The screen helps users set up the printer; connect to Wi-Fi; as well as monitor ink and paper levels for an improved user experience.
In addition, a new skew correction feature automatically corrects shifts the paper may encounter during printing. The printer also has professional print and layout software; the software can work as a stand-alone program; it can also integrate into Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop as a plug-in to work within a photographer’s workflow.
What’s more the Pixma Pro printer offers robust media support. It can print on a variety of surfaces, such as Canon Photo Paper Pro Luster and Premium Fine Art Rough. Notably, it also has the ability to print longer panoramic images in comparison to previous Pixma models.
The Canon Pixma Pro-200 printer is scheduled for a late November 2020 release. It will have a suggested retail price of $599.99.