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Mitsubishi Imaging Shows Fast Canon iPF6100 Color Proofing Bundle

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Press release from the issuing company

RYE, NY September 13, 2007 -- Mitsubishi Imaging (MPM), Inc., will showcase its latest color proofing bundle featuring the new high-speed Canon iPF6100 printer and Mitsubishi Imaging's world-class Diamond Jet proofing papers at GRAPH EXPO in Chicago, Sept. 9-12, 2007.
Mitsubishi's proofing bundle featuring the Canon iPF6100 and the complete line of Mitsubishi Imaging products will be on display in the company's Booth #4844.
One of the fastest proofing devices on the market, the Canon iPF6100 printer achieves extremely fast print speeds thanks to a new dual print head design driven by Canon's advanced L-COA image processor.
"With the Mitsubishi Proofing Bundle and Canon iPF6100, our customers can offer much faster turnaround for proofing and print-for-pay jobs," said George Tun, Business Development Manager at Mitsubishi Imaging. "Couple the Canon with our instant-dry Diamond Jet proofing papers and you create a service that can really differentiate you from the competition - fast, accurate, consistent proofs."
Also new in the iPF6100 is a 12-color ink set of LUCIA Inks, which provide wider and more dynamic color space, and a unique built-in calibration for more consistent color between prints.
The Mitsubishi proofing bundle comes standard with the Canon iPF6100 printer, RIP proofing plug-in, GRACoL 7 profile and starter roll of Diamond Jet Proofing Paper. Mitsubishi Imaging products are available through Mitsubishi's authorized dealer network. To find a dealer, call 800 765 9384 x3232 or visit the Graphic Arts Division at http://www.mitsubishiimaging.com/ and select Dealer Locator.




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