Always used EPSON printers, The R2880 is the best yet great prints , great colour, i would say buy it , but remember most ink are expensive these are.
Just love A3+ Size Photo`s , BUT this is what will use most of you ink.
As about using compatible it is still the ??? wether YOU want to use them
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
At first i was a sceptic of photo injets, however going to the SWPP Hammersmith this year i was pleasntly surprised with the print quality of the R2880 at one of the stalls.
I attached a continuous ink system and made many a3 printouts with multiple prints on each one. As i've found out it's night impossible to find normal 9x6 paper and so have had to resort to positioing 3 9x6 on an A3. With the CIS many of the print came out crisp and punchy especially on the photo gloss paper. I made a total of around 20 A3 in one sitting for a wedding album.
On the whole the printer coped well, however there were a few where the shadows had a spotted effect with some faces appearing very flat. Why this occurs i'm not entirely sure and have read up. It may be due to third party inks or that it generally struggles in the shadows i'm not sure!
The printer is a marvel with lab quality prints, howver the plethora of options in the driver can be overwhelming and requires tweaking for different types of shots, the options are not intuitive. For example photo enhance feature was found to remedy many shots of people which previously appeared flat.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Brilliant prints every time with this easy to use machine and software
| Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.
This is a fantastic machine for home / office is does everything you'd expect and a little more. But best of all it does it well. The only draw back is having to change the photo black and matte black cartridges for different applications. But this is a small penance to achieve great results.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.