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Semi-gloss profile differences Pro-100

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What is the difference between photo paper glossy II and photo paper plus glossy II A ?

I find both of these Glossy II media types in my Pro-100 setup, but not on my Pro-10.  Should I be using the profile with the A suffix?

 

I have found Plat Pro has two types and found where the N version is a revision of the original and should be used.  However, I have found nothing about the A version for Glossy II.

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Re: Semi-gloss profile differences Pro-100

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Re: Semi-gloss profile differences Pro-100

This is a non-solution answer to my old posting.
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Re: Semi-gloss profile differences Pro-100

Did you call and not get an answer?

John Hoffman
Conway, NH

1D X, Rebel T5i, Many lenses, Pixma PRO-100, MX472, LRCC
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Re: Semi-gloss profile differences Pro-100

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Yes I did call them back in Feb, 2018.  The answer was there was no difference.  This made little sense as Canon created a new profile for the Pro 100 when the paper updated.  I pre-supposed there wasn't enough difference for the Pro-10 since they hadn't created a new profile for the newer paper.  ...or did they simply forget to create a new profile?  The reason for the query is I noticed some color shift when I used the Canon OEM profile/ink/paper during my initial setup and testing of the Pro-10.

 

I have since created my own profile, problem solved.  However, others may be experiencing the color shift in their prints on photo paper plus glossy II A paper when using the OEM profile.

 

 

 

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