Looking at the new Canon PRO-300

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Excellent comments and questions.

Would be nice if Canon - someone - would donate/lend a Pro-300 to one of our esteemed forum members for an in-depth performance review.

Maybe mikling and Jose can secure one with his petty cash on hand for a podcast. :hu
I am rather confident Canon people respect other opinions, but I could imagine situations where they would receive a printer with a booby trap ;).
 

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No bling for mikling. :hit

Time to get out the tin cup for donations and pass the Dutchie 'pon the left hand side.


PS Can't understand what is sung sometimes? Even my The Hat Decoder Ring cannot translate. It's WWII Navajo Code Talker level encryption!
I have that song on LP Vinyl by the Musical Youth, My Linn does it justice. I also listen to it now and then on Spotify or TIDAL.
Now the more impressive rockers version is this one.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k05n4xpXFeI
To really appreciate it you need a subwoofer that moves the body. Very key to this type of music.
 

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Respect.

To really appreciate it you need a subwoofer that moves the body.
They are practicing Rastafarian religion in the song. I remember the same from the workers on their lunch breaks in Jamaica. They didn't need a subwoofer to move the body. 🥴

Raggae and subwoofers are made for each other. Even in the 1970's the music was thumping in Jamaica. :)
 

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I do appreciate some people want detailed comparisons of printer models, inks and profiles in their reviews. All good and well, but not from any of mine I'm afraid.

The printer reviews are already quite detailed and to add in that sort of detail - in a meaningful way - would take a lot more effort and explanation.
Perhaps I've read too many product reviews in the past, full of technical stuff, but devoid of any attempt at explaining whether it was of the remotest relevance to someone looking at the product. Nor will I invent spurious 'scores' or awards for that matter ;-)

I have a long standing policy of never doing comparative reviews, since without a rigorous, relevant and well explained methodology they are frequently worse than useless (IMHO) ;-)

I have an Epson P700 here for review at the moment and I'm afraid this is the only comparison I'll be noting...
two-printers-1.jpg


OK, this one too ;-)
two-printers-2.jpg
 

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OK, this one too ;-)
Transformers ATTACK! Do you have any with Megan Fox?

Looks like a Picture of the Week (POW) entry winner. We love pictures of printers. :)
 
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