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Epson Stylus Pro 4900 Review

HHargitt

Maple Ridge, CA
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"RE: Epson Stylus Pro 4900 Review"

HHargitt Silver Member Donor Ribbon awarded for his generous support to the Fundraising Campaign 2015 Nikonian since 19th Jan 2010
Sun 08-May-11 08:52 AM

Ernesto, spec 4 clearly states "4.) Must print 60" panoramas in landscape mode" , as the 4900's carriage is only 17" wide it must fail on this point. I have set my requirements very high in an effort to not be overwhelmed by the shear volume of prints I am accumulating. Personally I think spec 1 will be the deal breaker for a while yet. 1.) The ink must not cost more per ml than the most expensive wine I have in my cellar. That should mean that I won't have an R11880 until after I have a live in Sommelier!

BTW you wouldn't happen to know the longest print my R2880 will make? I have a 13" roll of photo paper but it only gives me the regular sizes when I have it installed on the printer. I have some 9"x48" frames that I want to put a stitched pano in and am unsure of what will happen if I set the paper size that big and release the image for printing. I had a lot of fun figuring out the correct setting to get 8"x10"s to print in landscape orientation without ejecting extra paper.

Keep up the good work, you never know, you may have sleep walking to the Epson store like I did with the 400/2.8

Happy printing,

Howard

Will shoot for fame...fun...food... a heck I'll shoot anytime anywhere.

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