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Re: filmscanners: SS4000 and LS-2000 real value?



"Hart or Mary Jo Corbett" <hnmjcorbett@earthlink.net> wrote:
> Thanks for clearing away the fog, so to speak!  What you say certainly
> sounds logical to my unscientific mind.  Gives me something more to think
> about.  It's looking like I'll have to wait a few more years, if possible,
> before a good archival printer comes along that will meet my needs without
> filling the room!

Huh?  The Epson 760 is unbelievably cheap, will do A4 photo quality
printing,
and you can get 3rd party *pigment* based archival inks (try Generations).
At least have a look at the results you can get from one - it might not be
*the*
answer, but it ought to give pretty decent results until a smaller OEM
pigment
ink printer comes along. A lot of people complain about colour crossovers
with printing B&W on Epsons other than the 870/1270, but I don't find them
so bad on my 700, and the 760 is better technology than my 700.

Rob





 




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