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RE: filmscanners: Repro house skirmishing (long)



It's my impression that the primary source of the 'orange shift' was fading 
of the Light Cyan ink, that would obviate the problem on a 4-color printer. 
I'm not sure whether the dark cyan ink had a problem. If so, it was 
apparently much less marked.
Hersch
PS I haven't used it with my 860, as I'm very happy with EPP

At 09:43 AM 03/26/2001 -0600, you wrote:
>Tony,
>
>This paper in all its formulations was first brought out and intended for
>the 870/1270 printers and the new dye based inks that were in their chipped
>cartridges and allegedly had greater lightfastness than the older dye based
>inks used in the 1200 and other earlier printers.  As you know, the orange
>fade phenomena proved the archival quality to be restricted to only
>lightfastness and not to ozone or air contamination.
>
>Having said this, I believe that you can use the Premium Glossy Paper in the
>Epson 1200 printer without any of the benefits that were supposedly unique
>to it when used with the new dye based inks of the 1270/870.  Basically, the
>way I understand it, the paper in both the old and the new formulation was
>designed so as to accept and sublimate the new dye based OEM inks better
>than the old Epson Photo Paper was able to handle these new OEM inks (the
>paper base was also alleged to be whiter than the older Photo Paper); thus
>it would only show its benefits (archival or otherwise) over the traditional
>Epson Photo Paper when used in conjunction with the new dye based OEM inks.
>
>Hence, given the purpose that you would be using the inkjet print for,
>archival quality is not a major significant factor as long as the damn thing
>does not turn orange within a month or two; moreover, since there are few
>other features other than a whiter base that you could obtain from using
>Premium Glossy Photo Paper over the Epson Photo Paper when used with the
>1200, I do not think the Premium Glossy Photo Paper (EPGPP) would be of any
>benefit to you.
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: owner-filmscanners@halftone.co.uk
>[mailto:owner-filmscanners@halftone.co.uk]On Behalf Of Tony Sleep
>Sent: Monday, March 26, 2001 6:35 AM
>To: filmscanners@halftone.co.uk
>Subject: Re: filmscanners: Repro house skirmishing (long)
>
>
>On Sun, 25 Mar 2001 03:30:21 -0500  Dave King (kingphoto@mindspring.com)
>wrote:
>
> > Epson Premium Quality Photo Paper.  The quality with Epson oem dye
> > inks is quite amazing with adequate profiles.  And it's widely
> > available.  But you want to be sure to get the 3rd iteration.
>
>I've never even seen this stuff in UK yet, only Photo Paper. I didn't
>realise
>it was useable in the 1200 though, so haven't really looked.
>
>Regards
>
>Tony Sleep
>http://www.halftone.co.uk - Online portfolio & exhibit; + film scanner info
>&
>comparisons





 




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