from albany, ny on 1/11/2013
good photo printer but a bit slow. large use of ink when switching. A bit confusing on which black to use as the instructions list the common papers for both black inks. Have to experiment to print true colors.
I am a fine arts large ...
By LF Bob
from Philadelphia, PA on 1/10/2013
I am a fine arts large format (8x10) B&W photographer. I have been slow in embrassing the digital world and am certainly not a computer type guy. After setting up my new printer I scanned an 8x10 contact print. I then followed the instruction for printing it on soft gloss paper. My first attemps did not work out as expected because I simply don't follow instructions well. On my next attempt I was successful and was astounded at the results. The detail, tonality, and overall quality of the print exceeded my expectations. I could not have been more impressed. While I have not had the printer long I'm confident that I will become addicted to it in no time. The only negative that I can fine is the substantial loss of ink when changing from print black to matte black, but the print quality certainly makes up for the loss. I do not hessitate to recommend the printer to those who appreciate fine image quality.
Replaces 2200 which was a ...
from Fort Wayne, IN on 1/7/2013
Replaces 2200 which was a very good printer. This R3000 is faster and with the screen easier to manage. The images are a bit better.
from Los Angles,California on 1/7/2013
I was using Epson R800 for years, I used it to print tphotos at home 4X6 and 8.%X11 . Family and freinds were so impreesed with the result. Now When I decided to get the R3000 I was able to the most nice photo printing with accurate colours .The Installation was easy and simple. Thank you Epson.
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from Boston, massachusetts on 1/7/2013
What an awesome printer. Fast,quiet,smooth. Large capacity. Excellent wifi.