Canon (US) Pro-10 and (EU) Pro-10s? Same printer?

Artur5

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Maximal and minimal paper sizes accepted by the Pro-10S:

-Upper automatic tray ( 'rear' according to Canon) :
Min size: 89 x 127mm. Max size: 329 x 676 mm.

-Rear tray ( 'manual' according to Canon ) :
Min size: 203,2 x 254mm. Max size: 355,6 x 584,2mm.

So if you want to print up to 676mm, you have to use the regular tray and the width is limited to 329mm
If you want to print up to 355mm wide, you must use the manual tray and the maximal length is reduced to 584mm.
 

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Maximal and minimal paper sizes accepted by the Pro-10S:
In other words... the UK Canon Specifications web page is incomplete. It does not list those sizes that I saw.

As far as the differences between the Pro-10 and the Pro-10s... good luck finding details. I called Canon USA Sales and they did not know. Don't even see the Pro-10s or the Pro-200.

I called Canon because the product page (not the Shop order page) for the Pro-10 had a clickable image touting 'up to $350 in rebates'. The page it linked to did not have anything about a rebate. Unfortunately, the Sales person said the rebate ended this past summer. Sloppy of Canon to leave that rebate image still up3 months later. The Sales person was not sure when the next rebate will happen, though wondered if it would be around the Holidays.
 

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Maximal and minimal paper sizes accepted by the Pro-10S:
-Upper automatic tray ( 'rear' according to Canon) :
Min size: 89 x 127mm. Max size: 329 x 676 mm.
-Rear tray ( 'manual' according to Canon ) :
Min size: 203,2 x 254mm. Max size: 355,6 x 584,2mm.
There’s a big difference in what size paper the Pro 10 can take and what size it can print too, the paper width is determined by how big the feed tray is, and if the paper width can fit then it will go through the printer, the paper length is whatever size you want it to be. (Infinite)

But the printed area is completely different, and that is governed by the EPROM software and it can’t be changed by a user and would need a Canon firmware upgrade to do so, fat chance in that..
 
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