Good Photo Printer

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  1. Jeffro

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    I was looking for a good photo printer to print out some of my photos?

    Any suggestions or should I just print everything from the local camera shop?

    I know if I want to blow some stuff up to frame I will be heading over there!
     
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    I have a PIXMA Pro9000 Mark II and I personally think its great for personal prints to hang around the house.

    Edit: oh yeah, you just cant print any 13X19's
     
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    Epson R2880. Outstanding quality in color and black and white. It would help however if you set a price range you are looking at.
     
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    I'm torn between the 2880 and the 1900. I'm more interested in color prints and everyone tells me the 1900 is better for color and the 2880 is better for B&W. What's your experience?
     
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    I love the 2880 for color. The 2880 uses the same K3 inks that the 3800 & 4880. Archival inks with robust colors. I have never used the 1900 so I can't compare, but I have had absolutely no complaint with my 2880.
     
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    Ok It would be to hang stuff around the house! So I would say under $200.... Color and black and white.
     

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