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Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Color Professional Inkjet Photo Printer + 50-pack Canon Luster 13"x19" Photo Paper EXPIRED

scottegos2 331 April 8, 2013 at 09:22 AM in Mail In Rebate (8) More B&H Photo Video Deals
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Promoted 04-09-2013 at 02:06 PM View Original Post
Update: B&H Photo dropped price by $35

B&H Photo Video has Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Color Professional Inkjet Photo Printer + 50-pack Canon Luster 13"x19" Photo Paper for $414 - $300 rebate = $114Shipping is free. Thanks Horace & scottegos2

Adorama also has Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Color Professional Inkjet Photo Printer + 50-pack Canon Luster 13"x19" Photo Paper for $415 - $300 rebate = $115. Shipping is free. Thanks the1b

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Edited April 22, 2013 at 02:35 PM by skedaddle
Update: Amazon Printer [amazon.com] and Luster Paper [amazon.com] (semi gloss is more expensive at amazon) has the same rebate now, so it's $130+tax (on the full amount) there, now. Make sure you buy the paper from Amazon, not a seller. The default is currently a seller. Here's the Amazon rebate: Amazon rebate [images-amazon.com]

Printer supports printing on up to 13"x19" paper (as well as CD/DVD media). It gets outstanding marks for picture quality and longevity in review http://www.imaging-resource.com/P...n-pro-100/

FYI, I've personally never had a problem with the Canon rebates. I imagnie some people have, but I've done probably 10 of them over the years with no hassles.

Very hot deal if you want a top of the line color printer. Buydig has the Canon PIXMA Pro-100 [buydig.com] for $399 with free shipping with a Buydig/Beach Camera Rebate [152.254]. If you add the Canon Photo Paper Plus Semi-gloss [buydig.com] for $69, the rebate becomes $300, so you get the printer+paper for $399.99+$69- $300 rebate - $169. Free standard shipping in the US. Tax for NJ residents, I imagine. Runs $365-400 elsewhere.

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#151
I already bought it from amazon. is there a way to PM B&H price on Amazon for photo paper?
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#152
has anyone done the cost per picture (ink + paper) to print?
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has anyone done the cost per picture (ink + paper) to print?
I would like to know as well
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#154
I work at a movie theater and we had an Epson Workforce printer that gave us nothing but headaches after the previous manager installed the Continuous Ink System in order to save money.

I have been waiting for a good deal on a printer and currently printing everything in B&W on our Brother laser printer/fax machine for the time being.

The procedure to fill ink has not been explained and I am very confused. What ink-set should be purchased in order to manually refill these cartridges? Is it difficult to do? We don't print photos often. However, we do print a lot of documents (lots of black usage), as well as signs, flyers, menus, etc. I like the idea of 13x19 in cases where we do not receive a poster for a certain film and are forced to print something out to stick in our poster cabinets in front of the building for the time being.

I know this printer is aimed for photo usage and quality prints, which isn't too much of a neccesity for us here. I think of this as more of a bonus. And for a little over $100, why NOT buy this printer? I just want to make sure the ink is refillable and if someone could point me to exactly WHAT INK SET to buy. Please! I would appreciate it a lot.

Even if I buy this printer for our office, and later down the line decide to buy a different one for the theater and purchase this from the company myself - that might be a great deal.
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#155
Out of curiosity why do people print pictures at home? They won't last as long as a picture printed from a very nice non inkjet printer that some retailers use, for example Costco. It really isn't cost efficient when comparing to these retailers especially if using genuine ink.
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Out of curiosity why do people print pictures at home? They won't last as long as a picture printed from a very nice non inkjet printer that some retailers use, for example Costco. It really isn't cost efficient when comparing to these retailers especially if using genuine ink.
I'm doing it for B/W. You're right...I'll probably use Costco for most else.
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Quote from Wanderer8 View Post :
Out of curiosity why do people print pictures at home? They won't last as long as a picture printed from a very nice non inkjet printer that some retailers use, for example Costco. It really isn't cost efficient when comparing to these retailers especially if using genuine ink.
If you are a professional photographer you can do a shoot and sell a print off this for some very good $$$. For home use printing everyday stuff, you decide.

Quote from xeke View Post :
I work at a movie theater and we had an Epson Workforce printer that gave us nothing but headaches after the previous manager installed the Continuous Ink System in order to save money.

I have been waiting for a good deal on a printer and currently printing everything in B&W on our Brother laser printer/fax machine for the time being.

The procedure to fill ink has not been explained and I am very confused. What ink-set should be purchased in order to manually refill these cartridges? Is it difficult to do? We don't print photos often. However, we do print a lot of documents (lots of black usage), as well as signs, flyers, menus, etc. I like the idea of 13x19 in cases where we do not receive a poster for a certain film and are forced to print something out to stick in our poster cabinets in front of the building for the time being.

I know this printer is aimed for photo usage and quality prints, which isn't too much of a neccesity for us here. I think of this as more of a bonus. And for a little over $100, why NOT buy this printer? I just want to make sure the ink is refillable and if someone could point me to exactly WHAT INK SET to buy. Please! I would appreciate it a lot.

Even if I buy this printer for our office, and later down the line decide to buy a different one for the theater and purchase this from the company myself - that might be a great deal.
Just out of curiosity, why are you using a printer like this at a movie theater ?
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#158
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Just out of curiosity, why are you using a printer like this at a movie theater ?
I figure if I have to get a printer anyway then why not this one considering its only a little over $100.
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If I print a decent amount of black and white but also want to print some high quality larger photos, this is the printer right? I could just buy a cheapy for my B&W, but I've wanted to start printing some great photos but never wanted to take the time to get them to the store etc.

Is this really expensive ink for just black and white?
I'd say yes....if you mean B/W text. Until the generic cartridges come out in this CLI-42 size, you'll be paying a lot for ink.

If you stick with refilling the black ink to cover your text printing, you could reduce costs a bit. But I find refilling a hassle. I use an older Canon with cheap genencs for all my standard printing.
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According to the rebate if you live in Rhode Island there is no rebate limit ! In for 100, $30,000 rebate ! Smilie Smilie Smilie
That's actually an obscure Rhode Island law. Interesting that they don't spell out a 2 per household limit in RI though...

Another obscure rebate law - PO Boxes must be allowed in ND. (actually I see they have that on the form as well)
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If you are a professional photographer you can do a shoot and sell a print off this for some very good $$$. For home use printing everyday stuff, you decide.



Just out of curiosity, why are you using a printer like this at a movie theater ?

If you are a professional photographer wouldn't you want the best quality picture for your customer. Also comparing costs it's cheaper to print at a lab thus u'd be making even more good $$$ Smilie That's of course if you're using genuine ink and all.
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If you are a professional photographer wouldn't you want the best quality picture for your customer. Also comparing costs it's cheaper to print at a lab thus u'd be making even more good $$$ Smilie That's of course if you're using genuine ink and all.
the quality from this printer is excellent quality. and you can print anytime instead of waiting for days.
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#163
The Pro Luster paper ($48.99) is OOS on B&H. All that's left is the Semi-Gloss paper ($69.94). Frown
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The Pro Luster paper ($48.99) is OOS on B&H. All that's left is the Semi-Gloss paper ($69.94). Frown
Yep, and don't forget to add 10.81 shipping on to that 69.94 for that semi-gloss paper... Bummer, I clicked on checkout and it said it removed the paper from my cart because is was oos.
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#165
Quote from Wanderer8 View Post :
Out of curiosity why do people print pictures at home? They won't last as long as a picture printed from a very nice non inkjet printer that some retailers use, for example Costco. It really isn't cost efficient when comparing to these retailers especially if using genuine ink.
This is an incredible printer but even me with my odd hobby of buying many printers is not biting. I can't justify bringing this printer online when large format photo paper this supports is so pricey.

People buying this to do every day printing is like buying a Ferrari for a five mile commute. It's really overkill but to each his own
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