Posts Tagged ‘printer’

 

Should I be willing to pay more for a printer with very high resolution?

 •  April 15

I’m in the market for a new inkjet photo printer and noticed that some of the new 13 x 19-inch models have very high resolutions, such as 5760 dpi....

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Canon Launches New Products

 •  January 9

Canon has launched several new products including new PowerShots, camcorders, and printers. Here are the short summaries with links to the full press...

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Review: Epson Stylus Photo R3000

 •  March 14

Now that the high-end digital SLRs boast at least 16-MP (or 24 or even 36 MP) resolution, a wide-format photo printer makes a great deal of sense....

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What is the best way to make black-and-white photos?

 •  December 2

Now that I finally have a printer that can make completely neutral black-and-white prints without any colour cast (the Epson R3000), I'll want to...

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Is it true that you need to shoot Raw photos for the best quality?

 •  September 30

Is it true that you need to shoot Raw photos for the best quality? Now that I own a 13  x19-inch printer I want to be able to make excellent large...

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Black-and-white printing with the Epson Artisan 50

 •  August 1

I would like to print some black-and-white photos with my Epson Artisan 50 printer but have run into the usual problem when using a colour printer:...

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Two New Pixma Photo Printers

 •  July 29

Canon Canada Inc., has introduced two new photo printers, the Pixma MG5320 Wireless Photo All-In-One1 and the Pixma iP4920 Photo Inkjet Printer....

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Canon Updates 44-inch Printer

 •  April 6

If you like your prints big, check out Canon Canada Inc.’s imagePROGRAF iPF8300S.  This is a 44-inch, eight-colour printer that uses Canon’s...

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Are there studies that compare the quality and longevity of the aftermarket inks?

 •  November 1

"Replacement ink cartridges of the same brand as my photo printer seem very expensive, especially when compared with refills done by kiosks. Have...

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