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Jan 17, 2011 18:29 |  #1

R3000

http://www.epson.com …ref=van_r3000_2​011-01-001 (external link)

http://www.photography​blog.com …on_r3000_13-inch_printer/ (external link)


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Jan 17, 2011 18:50 |  #2

Wow. Looks great but at 850 clams I think I'll stay with my R1900


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Jan 17, 2011 19:05 as a reply to  @ R1200GS's post |  #3

Looks to be the long awaited successor to the R2880.


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Jan 18, 2011 14:49 |  #4

I will be interested in the reviews for this one.
Especially cost of ink, and weather it clogs easily after periods of non use.
I was going to get a Canon 9500 MkII, as I now want a pigment ink printer.
I currently enjoy the use of my Canon 9000 MkII, though, the tiny ink carts is a pain when I get into printing moods. Though, it hasn't clogged once after periods of non usage.


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Jan 18, 2011 14:57 |  #5

ChasP505 wrote in post #11661739 (external link)
Looks to be the long awaited successor to the R2880.

Indeed.


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Jan 18, 2011 15:15 as a reply to  @ René Damkot's post |  #6

Good! Hopefully a replacement will be forthwith for the R1900 as our R1800 is getting very long in the tooth.




  
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Jan 18, 2011 16:26 |  #7

buggz wrote in post #11667091 (external link)
I will be interested in the reviews for this one.
Especially cost of ink, and weather it clogs easily after periods of non use.
I was going to get a Canon 9500 MkII, as I now want a pigment ink printer.
I currently enjoy the use of my Canon 9000 MkII, though, the tiny ink carts is a pain when I get into printing moods. Though, it hasn't clogged once after periods of non usage.

I got at Xmas a 9500 Pro MKII, what a great machine, one tip I have just been given by a Canon rep at the recent SWPP show, was that if you don`t the printer for a month, just print a test page out, so he tells me the ink cartridges have some form of "paddles" inside them to stir the ink to save it seperating after stnding for while.


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