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[filmscanners] Re: OT - Epson 1280 ink "monitor"...



On Tue, 18 Feb 2003 10:58:49 -0500, you wrote:

>
>
>Ken Durling wrote:
>
>>>>What changed in the 1280?  Should one consider a 1270, if a good deal comes
>along?<<<
>
>The two major changes in the 1280 are full-bleed (borderless) printing (the 
>1270
>only allows this for the 4" roll paper), and 2880dpi maximum, up from 1440. I
>have not seen the output from the 1280 but many people say they cannot see the
>difference between 1440 and 2880, although a few people claim it looks better.
>It does use more ink and is slower however. Personally, I go for the 1270 if it
>is a good deal.
>
>Nick


Thanks, Nick.  I've experimented with similar dpi settings on the
printer I do have, and I cannot really see any difference between
these settings myself.  At least in the sizes I've been working in,
which have necessarily been 8x10 and smaller.


Ken

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