Canon releases new poster printers with fluoro pink

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Canon Australia is releasing four new large format printers in its imagePrograf series, including Canon’s first large format printer with aqueous pigment fluorescent ink. 

Fluoro pink: Included in the new Canon imagePrograf series
Fluoro pink: Included in the new
Canon imagePrograf series

Canon says the new printers have range of product features that allow for increased ease of use and high value output for graphics applications. The series includes two 24” models, a 36” and a 44”.

The GP-4000 44” and GP-2000 24” represent Canon’s first aqueous pigment large format printers with 10 colours plus fluorescent pink ink, which expand the range of colour reproduction to achieve the largest colour gamut for the imagePrograf series.

The GP-300 36” and GP-200 24” feature Radiant Infusion technology, which Canon says enable bright and soft colour reproduction, and comes with PosterArtist Lite – a PC software that according to Canon enables easy creation of high-quality posters.

The imagePrograf GP-4000 and GP-2000 use 10 colours including red, orange, green and violet ink plus fluorescent pink ink, while the imagePrograf GP-300, and GP-200, use five colours, plus fluorescent pink ink.

Takeshi Matsumoto, general manager – product marketing, Canon Australia said, “The new imagePrograf GP Series printers have been designed to allow vivid colours to pop and bring graphics and visuals to life.

“The range is ideal for graphics producers, creative agencies and in-house print departments creating attention grabbing visual campaigns for businesses. With a selection of four printer models offering 10 or five pigmented aqueous inks, in addition to fluorescent pink ink, plus three different printing widths, businesses of all sizes can reproduce a wider colour gamut, creating standout posters that really pack a punch.

"Like the rest of the imagePrograf family, these new large format printers are easy to use and offer the same level of productivity and efficiency.”

The new printers will be available from 27 September.

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