Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, is proud to announce that School Craft Studios of Sparta, New Jersey has acquired a Canon DreamLabo 5000 production inkjet device to help supply their customers with high-quality school portraits and prints. Canon’s first ever inkjet production photo printer, the DreamLabo 5000 provides users with high image resolution, enhanced color range, high-speed capability and continuous operation, helping meet market demands without sacrificing quality. School Craft Studios’ acquisition of the device marks the first placement of the DreamLabo 5000 in the school portrait industry.
“School photographs are valued keepsakes that represent some of our most cherished memories, making the quality of the DreamLabo a natural fit for this market,” said Toyotsugu Kuwamura, executive vice president and general manager, Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon U.S.A., Inc. “School Craft Studios has made it clear that they strive to provide their customers with new products using top of the line technology. By adding the DreamLabo 5000, School Craft Studios can now achieve high quality output at a more efficient pace.”
“From print quality to efficiency, Canon’s DreamLabo 5000 will help bring our entire process to the next level to help meet the high expectations of our customers,” said George Crescione, president, School Craft Studios. “With the DreamLabo, we will now be able to replace our old silver halide technology with a device that offers speed without sacrificing quality, making it an outstanding fit for the competitive school photo industry.”
The Canon DreamLabo 5000’s ability to recreate accurate and vibrant colors at 2400 dpi, providing fast turnaround, increased productivity and professional quality output at approximately 1,000 A4 pages an hour. The DreamLabo 5000’s integration of FINE (Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering) print-head technology provides outstanding photo and text quality. Featuring automatic double-sided printing, the DreamLabo 5000 lends itself to printing photo albums, yearbooks and on-demand two-sided documents.