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    Re: Canon Pixma Pro-100 for Digital Negative - Anyone using it?

    Maybe we need to ignore posts from newbies with odd names and very few posts, that start shooting right away?

    Trolls abound.

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    Re: Canon Pixma Pro-100 for Digital Negative - Anyone using it?

    I'm all for the benefit of the doubt. It sometimes takes people a few posts to get used to the way a specific community works and even new users may have something useful to say. Even if it isn't immediately apparent...

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    Re: Canon Pixma Pro-100 for Digital Negative - Anyone using it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyanidecoma View Post
    Holy crud why do you people go so far off topic to answer a simple question. Canon does offer uv blocking inks, therefore the answer is yes , it is possible to make a great digital negative with a canon. Some of you need to go back to traditional printing to clear the technical bs from your digital induced pea brains
    Appreciate your going into rant mode on your first post. Now please take your Ritalin...

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    Re: Canon Pixma Pro-100 for Digital Negative - Anyone using it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Adamphotoman View Post
    It is actually quite easy to make your own ink. I used to make my own with Pizography and Quad Tone Rip in the past. Building ink sets is relatively easy. Black ink is available commercially. With glycerine, photo flow and UV blockers you should be able to formulate an effective solution.
    Interested to know if you've made your own ink sets for your Canon ipf series printer. Please provide any helpful details.
    Thanks
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    Re: Canon Pixma Pro-100 for Digital Negative - Anyone using it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DennisD View Post
    Interested to know if you've made your own ink sets for your Canon ipf series printer. Please provide any helpful details.
    Thanks
    This discussion is three years old, and I am wondering if a workable solution has been found for those of us using Canon technology?

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    Re: Canon Pixma Pro-100 for Digital Negative - Anyone using it?

    From what I can tell there has been some inquiry but no progress on the Canon printer.

    Internet forums are really good for pointing people in directions that have already been tried but not so good at helping solve these types of issues where there is no clear path. I think the only way that something will actually happen is if one of us starts doing it and figuring out what does and doesn't work. That is basically how the Epson printers became the defacto leader in this area. A few people worked with the printers, inks, software and other materials until they found a solution. Some of them began marketing it which took much of the uncertainty out of the process for later adopters.
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