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Win: Your image printed on Canon's large format imagePROGRAF PRO printers

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The Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-2100 (Image credit: Canon)

Canon’s imagePROGRAF PRO devices deliver flawless photography every time – and now you can have your image printed on one. 

The imagePROGRAF PRO Series is trusted by professional photographers such as Sanjay Jogia. The range of printers is ideally suited for all professional photographers and print businesses – and thanks to automated processes and smart software solutions, even newcomers to printing will be able to produce lab-worthy photographs that customers will love. 

The range includes the imagePROGRAF PRO-4100, a fantastic choice for flawless fine art printing thanks to its 44-inch output. Canon's innovative 12-colour LUCIA PRO pigment ink technology ensures head-turning accurate colour reproduction with a full colour gamut. It also boasts automatic media type handling for fast production and a streamlined workflow.

Also available is the imagePROGRAF PRO-2100, which employs innovative LUCIA PRO technology for high-quality prints with exceptional colour vibrancy. Smart media handling again automatically detects the type and estimates remaining media, with advanced image processing and on-screen soft proofing, layout functions and pattern printing.

The imagePROGRAF GP-4000 is among the pro-grade printers (Image credit: Canon)

In addition, Canon has just launched the all new imagePROGRAF GP Series. This cutting-edge range boasts a wide colour gamut including red, orange, green, violet and fluorescent pink for the imagePROGRAF GP-4000 and GP-2000 models.

The imagePROGRAF GP-300 and GP-200 devices also feature fluorescent pink ink. These new large format printers have been developed to make vivid colours pop, bringing campaign visuals to life day after day, print after print.

The four large format printers in the imagePROGRAF GP Series have been awarded the world’s first Pantone-calibrated license*, for 'Pantone Pastels & Neons Guide Coated'**, which includes fluorescent and pastel colours.

And the imagePROGRAF GP-4000 holds the honour of being the world's first large format printer with aqueous pigment fluorescent ink*** – ideal for creating colourful, eye-catching graphics and posters that pack a punch, with unrivalled electrifying colour expressions.

To view the competition form on your phone Click here to enter this competition.

Competition Terms and conditions: The competition (“The Competition) is open to all Entrants within Great Britain aged 18 years or over who must provide a valid address from within Great Britain. Employees of Future Publishing Limited of Quay House, The Ambury, Bath BA1 1UA (“Future”) and Canon (UK) Limited of 5 The Square, Stockley Park, Uxbridge, England UB11 1ET (“Sponsor”) are exempt. Entries are limited to one per household.

 The Competition opens at 09:00am BST on 21 September 2021 (Start Date) and closes at 00:00am BST midnight on 4 October 2021 (Closing Date).  Late or incomplete or inappropriate entries will be disqualified.  Entrants will be asked to enter via an online form on the website of Digital Camera World, a publication which sits in Future’s publishing portfolio.  Entrants will be asked to upload a landscape image and provide details of the camera and lens used to shoot this image.  They will also be asked to provide their first name, surname, country of residence and email address.  All data captured throughout The Competition will be held by Future and will not be shared with the Sponsors.

 The Entrant warrants that (i) the Entrant is the sole author of the photograph; (ii) the Entrant is the owner of any proprietary rights in the photograph (iii) the photograph does not infringe the rights (including intellectual property rights) of any third party (iv) the photograph shall not include any personally identifiable features of the photographer or other individuals.

 After the Closing Date of The Competition, three winners including one overall winner (“The Winners) will be selected by Future with the support of its Digital Photography editorial team.  The Winners will be selected from all valid entries received.  The Winners shall be notified by Future within 28 days of the Closing Date of The Competition via a letter (Prize Letter).   The Winners will be selected and judged on the creativity and technical skill reflected in their photography.  The Winners will each be entitled to receive the image that they have entered into The Competition printed on a Canon imagePROGRAF PRO large-format printer (size A1 printed on a stock of Canon’s choice) (the Prize). 

The overall winning image will appear in the November issue (246) of Digital Photographer – this will form part of an advertorial within the publication, which will promote the products of the Sponsors.  The overall winner agrees that their name can be featured alongside their image within this advertorial when published. 

The Winners will be asked to contact a representative from the Sponsors in order to receive their prize.   At this point, the Winners will be required to supply details of a delivery address to the Sponsors, so that the Prize can be delivered. The Prize will be delivered to the Winners within 14 days upon receipt by the Sponsors of the delivery address.  If any Winner has not responded after 28 days of the date of the Prize Letter, an alternative winner will be drawn. The prize is non-transferable and non-refundable. There is no cash alternative. No purchase is required.

Any personal details supplied by the Entrants will be used and processed by the Sponsors solely for the purposes of administering the Prize and for marketing purposes where the Entrants have opted in to receive marketing communications from the Sponsors.  For further details of the Sponsor’s privacy policy please visit Privacy Policy - Canon UK. Future and The Sponsors reserve the right to substitute the Prize with an alternative prize of equivalent value.  For details of Future’s privacy policy, please visit https://www.futureplc.com/privacy-policy. By taking part in this competition, you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions below and the competition rules: www.futureplc.com/competition-rules/.

 To the fullest extent permitted by law, Future and the Sponsors shall not be liable for any loss, damage or injury of any nature howsoever caused, sustained by any Entrant under this promotion.  Future and the Sponsors reserve the right to void, amend and or change the Competition at any time without incurring any liability whatsoever.

These terms and conditions and any disputes arising out of or in connection with them shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the law of England and Wales and shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.

* As of 31/08 according to professional services performed by Pantone

** PANTONE PASTELS & NEONS GUIDE Coated colour gamut coverage rate is 97% for GP-4000/2000 when using Photo Paper Pro Platinum with imagePROGRAF printer driver at [Poster/Photo (Fluorescent)] [Highest] (600dpi), and 85% for GP-300/200 when using Premium Semi-Glossy Paper 2 with imagePROGRAF printer driver at [Poster/Photo (Fluorescent)] [High] (600dpi)

*** Among major manufacturers of aqueous pigment large format inkjet printers excluding sublimation transfer system, as of 31 August, 2021. Canon research.

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