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Canon Announces PIXMA PRO Partner Program


Canon press release:

Canon PIXMA PRO Partner program offers expanded selection of specialty print media for PIXMA PRO-series inkjet printers
London, 10 September 2014 – Canon Europe announced today the start of a new program launched in cooperation with paper manufacturers and paper sellers that provides users with an expanded selection of specialty print media compatible with the Canon PIXMA PRO series of inkjet printers. The program allows professional and advanced-amateur users of PIXMA PRO printers to choose the ideal paper according to their personal preferences and print project demands.
The new Canon initiative gives users access to inkjet print media that satisfies standards¹ for the popular Canon A3+/13”-wide PIXMA PRO printer line-up: the PIXMA PRO-1, the PIXMA PRO-10 and PIXMA PRO-100. Print media that meet these criteria will display the PIXMA PRO Partner mark².Users will be able to purchase paper carrying the PIXMA PRO Partner mark with peace of mind, knowing that the product has been tested for use with the PIXMA PRO printer series. Accordingly, users will have an enhanced printing experience as they will not only be able to use genuine Canon paper, but also select from a variety of art and specialty print media according to individual print needs. To ensure optimal print results, the ICC profiles³ for paper offered through this initiative by other companies can be obtained on paper manufacturer and seller websites and elsewhere.By combining genuine Canon paper along with paper from other companies that satisfies Canon standards, Canon provides users with an extensive selection of specialty print media to meet the diverse print needs of professional and advanced-amateur users.

¹ Refers to print media that satisfies Canon standards following assessment carried out by paper manufacturers and paper sellers based on the standards.
² Since display of the Partner mark is left to the discretion of paper manufacturers and paper sellers, some verified print media may not display the mark.
³ Files that define colour data according to standards promoted by the International Colour Consortium (ICC). The use of these files enables users to convert colour data in accordance with the printer and print media used.

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