Epson Engineering is Excellent
from Georgia on 7/4/2014
Epson products have never disappointed me. The parts fit and operate smoothly. The software has been bug free and interfaces smoothly with other components. I believed I would get value for the higher price and I did! And of course, the colors and definition are fabulous. That was my number one requirement.
from Grants, New Mexico on 7/1/2014
I am a retired pro photographer and University instructor from the film days. I found set-up was easy. I used a Ethernet cable followed instructions and if in doubt looked at diagrams and/or read ahead. After set-up I had a family reunion to print and was very impressed with the quality, they looked like they were done in a darkroom lab. Then I took a black and white shot this looked as good as when I use to use my darkroom. It was hard to believe the gray scale and the rich Blacks and white. If you are looking for quality prints I strongly suggest you go with the Epson R3000.
from Harrisburg, N.C. on 6/23/2014
Whether you are a pro or beginner, this printer will do exactly what it is designed to do and what you want it to do, even if it is not setup correctly.It is always easy for the pros to setup a printer and get great results , but not always for the non pro. Not so with this printer.The thought process that went in building this printer makes it easy for all levels to set up and get great prints every time without a lot of additional software. This is my second Epson printer which says that I trust the Epson products. My confidence is growing and I plan to buy another Epson printer that can print even larger prints, but not because I will get better quality prints. Non is better!!
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from San Francisco, CA on 6/23/2014
The Epson Stylus Photo R3000 is as good as it gets. I really enjoy the connectivity via my home wireless network. The paper handling is great. The color and quality are great. I have only one complaint, the manual and instructions are terrible.I read the warning not to use the software CD on my Mac and finally the only way I got it to load the software was from the CD. There were no illustrations of the menus or how to get to them. Come on, make a manual that works.
It took me awhile to get ...
from Warrensville Hts. Ohio on 6/19/2014
It took me awhile to get use to it but, at first it took forever to print when I first started but it has speeded up since. The only thing I have yet to try is printing my panoramas and on CD/DVD's. I believe it'll do as good as my now defunct 1900.