The 24-inch imagePROGRAF iPF6200 is a versatile printing solution, engineered for exceptional color reproduction. Equipped with an EFI Colorproof eXpress RIP, a built-in 80GB hard drive, 12-color pigment ink system with LUCIA™ inks, and the L-COA controller, the iPF6200 provides the extra data capacity and control that busy agencies, design groups and pre-press operations require. Ideal for proofing and high-end graphic applications, this 12-color system delivers a broad gamut for greater tonal range, empowering you to produce images with vibrant saturated colors, subtle hues, smooth transitions and deep shadows. With four monochrome shades, a greater black to white tonal range is enabled for more dramatic light to dark contrast and better mid-tone clarity. Designed for reliability, simplicity, and above all, quality, the iPF6200 is the professional's answer for superior quality prints.
The iPF6200 comes equipped with an EFI Colorproof eXpress RIP software with a simple set-up wizard and intuitive user interface. EFI Colorproof eXpress is designed to enable all levels of users to produce accurate color proofs quickly, easily and effectively. This ICC compliant software enables color definition according to your operation's specific requirements, includes pre-defined modes for proofing, photo and monochrome output and even supports remote job processing and printing. With high-speed throughput, advanced twelve color imaging and equipped with an EFI Colorproof eXpress RIP, the iPF6200 is an efficient, accurate and easy-to-use proofing solution.
For imagePROGRAF Printer Driver. For printing from PostScript applications such as Adobe Illustrator or QuarkXpress, please use a PostScript compatible RIP package. For a list of Canon recommended RIP packages, please consult with Canon Alliance and Industry Market list of RIP vendors.
The starter ink tanks initially packaged with the printer are not the same capacity as the replacement ink tanks specified here.
The maximum printable length varies depending on the application, OS, and RIP used.