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Re: filmscanners: New Version of Epson PGPP and a Special Handling Notice from inkjetart.com



FYI the latest paper has a sticker that says "manufactured 2001" in the
right corner. The lot number is quite different BOLL51641 vs. BOCC00240-

----- Original Message -----
From: "John Hayward at Hopco" <john.hayward.hopco@attglobal.net>
To: <filmscanners@halftone.co.uk>
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2001 4:23 PM
Subject: filmscanners: New Version of Epson PGPP and a Special Handling
Notice from inkjetart.com


>
> I found the following on the inkjetart.com website. This vendor
> indicates that it has received only 8.5x11 in. paper in the 3rd
> version thus far.
>
>
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------
> >Special Handling Notice When Using
> >Epson Premium Glossy Photo Paper
> >
> >UPDATE January 7, 2001: The 3rd Version of PGPP has arrived.
> >We have it available in letter size only at this time. It can be
> >identified with a white sticker-label in the top-right corner that
> >says: "Manufactured December 2000". Currently, our larger sizes of
> >PGPP do not have this label, and appear to still be the 1st version.
> >
> >CONTINUED PRECAUTIONS: Despite this new and improved 3rd Version,
> >Epson still suggests that for best results and longer fade
> >resistance, users follow the advice below:
>
> > The Following is from Epson's "Taking Care of Your Photographs"
> > >   As with traditional photos, proper care will minimize color
> > >   changes and maximize display life. For indoor display, Epson
> > >   recommends that prints be framed under glass or placed in a
> > >   plastic sleeve to protect the prints from atmospheric contaminants
> > >   like humidity, cigarette smoke, and high levels of ozone.
> > >   And, as with all photographs, the prints should be kept out
> > >   of direct sunlight. For proper storage, Epson recommends that
> > >   your prints be stored in a photo album (or plastic photo storage
> > >   box) in acid free, archival sleeves commonly available from most
> > >   camera shops and other retailers.
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------
> John Hayward                              Hopkins & Company
>             john.hayward.hopco@attglobal.net
>              41 10.7N             073 23.2W
>
>




 




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