Printer Reviews
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Recent Printer Reviews
Discontinued Printers

Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-1000 Photo Printer
by Jeremy Gray (December 2015)
The Canon PRO-1000 is an excellent printer and an excellent value. Selling for $1300 USD and coming with a full set of inks, the PRO-1000 makes fantastic, professional-quality prints. Canon nailed it with the PRO-1000 as colors are rich and vibrant and black levels are very good. Prints have a wide dynamic range as well as great detail and depth. Read our Canon PRO-1000 review for more!
Canon PIXMA MG6320 All-in-One Printer
by Dan Havlik (June 2013)
If you haven't tried an all-in-one, inkjet photo printer lately, you'll be pleasantly surprised by the sleek and efficient Canon Pixma MG6320, which produces superior photo prints for a device in its class. The MG6320 also offers a robust set of wireless tools, helping you cut down on cord clutter. While it's not the fastest printer we've tried -- or even the fastest all-in-one inkjet photo printer -- the six-ink MG6320 is a very good home or small office solution, which prints high-quality color and black-and-white photos on par to those produced by some older professional photo printers. Read our Canon MG6320 review for all the details.
Canon PIXMA MX892 All-in-One Printer
by Mike Pasini (July 2012)
There were two things that intrigued us about the Canon Pixma MX892 when we read the press release announcing its introduction. First, we wondered how well a current generation office printer could print photos. And secondly, we wondered how well Canon had implemented AirPrint for printing from an iPad. We answer both questions in our review.
Canon PIXMA PRO-10 Inkjet Printer
by Mike Pasini (October 2012)
We've received a sample unit and put together a full review of the Canon Pro-10 pigment printer, with a healthy section on the new Print Studio Pro. Check out our full Canon Pro-10 review for all the details.
Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Inkjet Printer
by Mike Pasini (October 2012)
Conventional wisdom is that you need a pigment printer to convince customers your prints are permanent. Wiser souls know nothing is permanent. Wise guys know the trick is to have the prints outlive you. And for a long time dye prints have been capable of that. And they've extended their longevity while pigment prints have been scratching their print heads trying to figure out how to look as brilliant as a dye print. So we were pretty excited to learn Canon had introduce a pigment printer in its new Pro line. And after reviewing it, we're still excited. See why!
Epson SureColor P800 Photo Printer
by Jeremy Gray (December 2015)
The Epson SureColor P800 is a substantial upgrade from the popular Epson Stylus Pro 3800-series of printers. There is a distinct improvement in print quality and the ability to accept roll media is a great feature. Competition is heating up for this class of printer, but the P800 is a very good 17" desktop printer that every photographer ought to consider. If you're looking to get your first printer of this class or upgrade your current printer, the Epson P800 is a great option. For all the details, read our Epson P800 review!

Printer Reviews
(Discontinued Models)

Olympus Camedia P-400 Photo Printer
by Mike Pasini
314 dpi resolution, continuous-tone pixels (no "dithering"); 16.7 million colors (8 bits per color), 7.68 megapixel print engine resolution; 90-second printing speed; Cropping, Frame, Background, and Stamp functions; Prints up to 50 copies at a time.