Quility photo printers

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  1. M @ k o

    M @ k o TPF Noob!

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    Can anyone recommend a quility Photo-printer. I have used the search tool here, and read up alittle, but the post are kinda out dated. I know there is few good ones that has come out in the last few months. I'll be using it at home for just random photos, but I would like a good one with quility results.

    Thx for any info.
     
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    Shouldn't you be asking around the "equipment" forum?
     
  3. Nikon Fan

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    What price range are you looking in? That will help narrow it down a bit...
     
  4. MDowdey

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    ill play the other team this time...

    i have a great printer at home..its an epson photosmart 1200. BUT....

    i have edited pics on photoshop and taken them to walgreens, and gotten the same printing results. so i rarely print at home due to walgreens being only 19cents for a 4x6. and like 4.99 for an 8x10.
     
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    M @ k o TPF Noob!

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    Probably around 150 to 200 bucks amanda. I want a good one !

    Thx MDowey. Heard great things about Epson's photo printers, but then again I heard the same with HP's :confused:

    I have a DEll Printer, but just found out that you have to buy the ink from DeLL only... so, I'll be making a small Red Snapper reef out of it shortly.
     
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    Are you wanting to make large prints?

    The largest I've seen is 11x14 from something like a canon i9900, but that'll run you $500
     
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    Disregard, Sorry I worked in the wrong door. Going to the EQ section.
     
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    I've got a Canon iP6000d and I love it...the results are pretty great, it has a flip up lcd screen...it only prints up to 8x10 but the results IMO are great for the price. Compared to Walmart I'd print on my own anyday...you get the control :)
     
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    Thx amanda for the info. I have that one on my list.
     

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