Canon Canada has announced “an industry benchmark” by offering two new, affordable large-format scan-to-copy/file systems – the imagePrograf iPF770 MFP L36 and the imagePrograf iPF670 MFP L24. This new series of economically priced, user-friendly Multi-Function Printers (MFPs) requires a minimal learning curve and offers intuitive software solutions. The new L-Series complements the current iPF MFP imaging systems that provide more advanced functionality for higher-volume scanning and editing.
Designed for workplaces where space is at a premium, both models feature a lightweight, compact design. Equipped with a 36-inch scanner and printer, and requiring little or no user experience, the imagePrograf iPF770 MFP L36 is a reliable, large-format copying solution for low-volume architecture, engineering and contracting businesses. Equally as straightforward as its larger counterpart, the imagePrograf iPF670 MFP L24 features a 24-inch scanner and printer to provide small businesses and educators with the tools to easily scan, copy and print documents.
They also feature five-colour dye/pigment ink with a Sub-Ink Tank System, a top media loading system and a simple, integrated control panel with an intuitive scan-to-copy interface that allows users to operate the scanner with the push of a button. The scanners also include SingleSensor Technology for more consistent, accurate colour reproduction.
With scan modes ranging from Draft to Best, image quality can be regulated easily. Bboth models feature a selection of commonly used print features including the cost-saving Economy Print Mode, as well as the ability to auto crop borders. The systems also include software solutions such as PosterArtist Lite, Direct Print & Share1, Print Plug-in for Microsoft Office and the imagePrograf Print Utility App2. The new MFPs are now available to order and will be shipping later this quarter.
Canon Canada is headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario and provides 100% Canadian-based service and support for all products it distributes. The company is also dedicated to its ‘Kyosei’ philosophy of social and environmental responsibility.