In a bid to expand its product portfolio, Canon India on Wednesday launched a new lineup of photo printers for Indian consumers starting at Rs 18,789.
The new PIXMA G570, PIXMA G670, PIXMA PRO-200, and imagePROGRAF PRO-300 are priced at Rs 18,789, Rs 24,801, Rs 41,401, and Rs 59,621, respectively, and will be available from June.
“As a complete 360-degree input-to-output solutions provider, we take pride in our imaging technology designed to capture true-to-life situations and printing technology that converts those colorful, abstract memories into a beautiful, frame-worthy picture,” Manabu Yamazaki, President & CEO, Canon India, said in a statement.
The two new PIXMA G series 6-color ink tank printers are built to unlock the power of high quality, enhanced photo longevity, and low-cost printing for photo studios, businesses, homes, and creative work.
The full set of ink included with the printer alone can deliver approximately 3,800 sheets of 4×6-inch prints, ensuring worry-free printing minus concerns about the cost of printing.
Unlike conventional designs, the company said that the G570 and G670 are not only a breeze to maintain but also built to live through high print volume demands.
The new G Series features 6 color dye ink tank system. Along with cyan, magenta, yellow and black, these printers come with the new red and grey ink.
The company said that adding red ink supercharges photographs ranging from blood-red sunsets to automobiles in gleaming red, injecting an arterial intensity not possible with composite inks.
Grey ink ensures consistent monochromatic accuracy in print after print, while black ink adds contrast, enhancing subject focus and fore from background separation.
The imagePROGRAF PRO-300 and PIXMA PRO-200 house Canon’s latest printing technologies to create professional photos and exhibition-ready prints up to A3+ sizes.
The imagePROGRAF PRO-300 is equipped with the LUCIA PRO pigment ink system and Crystal-fidelity digital image processing workflow, ensuring the highest image quality retention from image capture to print.