Printing problem Epson SC-P Best cameras and lenses The ink-cost may be above average, but only slightly above average. A photo-printer must be judged as photo-printer only. The i looked like crud from the test print i tried, but im assuming it wasnt nearly printing anything worthwile with any correct settings. Epsons are not that fast, but neither is my looking at the prints.

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Another cool thing that comes with is the roll printing and automatic cutters. Started Dec 22, Discussions. Is it enough of a refresh to keep up with the times? I love that options, I was able to snap pictures, print them and give already cut pics to my guests at my party.

It produced text that rivaled laser quality, no joke.

Epson Photo 960, Epson C82, Canon i850, or Canon S900?

The SiOnyx Aurora is a compact camera designed to shoot stills and video in color under low light conditions, so we put it to the test under the northern lights and against a Nikon D5.

The best lenses for Sony mirrorless cameras. Whether you’ve grown canob of what came with your DSLR, or want to start photographing different subjects, a new lens is probably in order. They can’t believe they came from a home printer. If you’re looking for a high-quality camera, you don’t need to spend a ton of cash, nor do you need to buy the latest and greatest new product on the market.


The i has less visible droplets at down to 2 picolitre.

I was very impressed with the quality i saw out of the C82, but it was slow. Only motivation is profit with zero concern for the environment. I’m sorry, I’m ranting.

It might not seem like a big deal but as printing photos at home becomes more popular we are looking at major source of pollution. Just read the recap at the end of this year end round-up and you tell me. Looking back over the last few years, you will find that he is incredibly Canon biased. I have a brother laser for text, an Epson in the US for big photos and an HP for 4×6″‘s If you print a lot of text then ink jets are a real pain Expensive as well aphexII wrote: My major reson for buying the S If you do such, the best solution is a set of colour-pencils.

Out of these 4, which do you reccomend and why? The Wacom Intuos Pro is a workflow-boosting machine. It may not be a replacement for a DSLR, but it can complement one well for some uses.


Well since its damned near impossible to find a working sample of an S printer in South Florida im still undecided which printer i want. Eric Carlson’s gear list: I don’t think that the ink is harmless. There’s just no visible grain that I can see. It’s 5 picolitre system and does a decent job, but looks like a higher speed print from an photo quality Epson. There are absolutely no technological reasons for packaging inks the way it is currently done.

These entry level cameras should be easy to use, offer good image f82 and easily connect with a smartphone for sharing.

The i looked like crud from the test print i tried, but im assuming it wasnt nearly printing anything worthwile with any correct settings.

Actually it’s with the one author of thier printer reviews.

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Just got my last Thursday, printed quite a few pics already and I am very impressed with the outcome. Good luck in your decision. And it’s TONS faster than the – maybe 3x faster.