from Gainesville, FL on 7/8/2014
The R3000 has a bunch of features that I just love. Loading roll paper and canvas is a breeze. The front load for heavier paper is awesome! The color quality is outstanding. I love the larger ink cartridges as there is a longer span between changing inks. I don't like changing the black inks for different paper types as it consumes (wastes) a lot of ink. I have found that if I do not print at least once a week the nozzles get clogged and require cleaning, which eats up the ink. This printer is very user friendly and the finished products are wonderful
Excellent photos. The ...
from Huntsville, TX on 7/8/2014
Excellent photos. The only problem I have experienced is problems handling 8 1/2 X 11 Photo paper. It stops feeding about 2/3 of the way through and I have to help it. Otherwise I would give it 5 stars.
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from Center Valley, PA on 7/8/2014
This R3000 replaced my long loved R1800. I am amazed at the fantastic print quality of the R3000! Setup was a snap; I was printing 13" x 19's in no time!! Thank you Epson, for making such a beautiful printer!!!
A good printer but ink hungry
from LA, CA on 7/8/2014
This is my fourth Epson printer. I bought this printer because I wanted to print pictures larger than a letter size. The nice features is that the printer can take the sheet paper as well as the role paper. Also the quality of the printed pictures has been excellent. However, the thing I dislike is that it tends to use a lot of inks. It uses 9 ink cartridges and they are not cheep. When the printer turn on, it takes very long time to begin printing.
from Miami, FL on 7/8/2014
The prints are beautiful. It also prints wonderful grey tones. And the printer is relatively easy to work. But the printer doesn't always want to "talk" with my laptop despite the fact that they are basically sitting side by side. Also, I often get an error message telling me I don't have the right paper loaded despite the fact that I do have the right paper loaded. If I cancel that printing and select to print again, the printer usually responds.