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EPSON Stylus Photo R2880 Review

Thomas Berg (twberg) on November 25, 2009


Keywords: epson, stylus, photo, r2880, printer, paper, non_nikon, product, articles

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Index

 
2.1. Contents of box and selection of paper media
2.2. Hardware preparation and installation
2.3. Printer driver basic set-up
2.4. Starting up the printer and initial test prints
3.1. Printer driver options
3.1.1. Important remark for users of Windows XP:
3.2. Print Plug-In accessory software
3.3. Other EPSON software
4.1. Interface with Photoshop CS4
4.1.1. Excursion: align image colours with printable gamut
4.2. Interface with Photoshop Elements
4.3. Interface with Nikon Capture NX2
4.4. Interface with Nikon ViewNX
4.5. Interface with Fujifilm Hyper-Utility Software HS-V3
4.6. Feeding paper media
4.7. Printer Noise and storing prints
 
 
5.1. Available EPSON paper media
5.2. Media handling
5.2.1. before the print
5.2.2. after the print
5.3. Glossy vs. Matte and the exchange of inks
5.4. What kind of test images were used
5.5. Tonal richness and smoothness B&W
5.6. Colour richness and colour transitions
5.7.1. Premium Glossy Photo Paper
5.7.2. Premium Luster Photo Paper,
5.7.3. Archival Matte Pape
5.7.4. Premium Semi Gloss Photo Paper
5.7.5. Traditional Photo Paper
5.7.6. Water Colour Paper Radiant White
5.7.7. Enhanced Matte Paper
5.7.8. Ultra Smooth Fine Art Paper
5.7.9. Velvet Fine Art Paper
6.1. Subjective print quality impressions in relation to expectations
6.1.1. Undeniable Gloss Differential
6.1.2. Undeniable precision in resolving power
6.1.3. Undeniable advantage in Black&White printing
6.1.4. Bronzing (or the lack of, to be precise)
6.1.5. Colour Inconstancy – what a phrase!
6.2. Consumption of paper and ink
6.3. Would I buy one?
(1 Vote)
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Thomas Berg Thomas Berg (twberg)

Porz, Germany
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3 comments

Zita Margit Kemeny (zkemeny) on April 20, 2011

I use also an Epson printer but an older one and works perfect. Epson is for me the best manufacturer for printers.

Robert S Baldassano (robsb) on January 18, 2010

Thomas this was a very informative review. Thanks for the outstanding effort.

Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs) on January 18, 2010

Excellent review Thomas! Now I really believe that this printer is capable of the work I wanted to push through it :-)

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