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Joe M


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Joe M Registered since 29th Aug 2002
Tue 25-Feb-03 03:46 AM

I was always a little disappointed with the image quality of my D100, despite using two pro-level zooms (28-70 2.8 and 80-200 2.8). I chalked it up to the inherent superiority of film over digital. Over the weekend a new Epson 2200 printer arrived on my doorstop. All I can say now is WOW! I'm printing 8.5 x 11 photo-quality "enlargements" that are virtually indistinguishible from film-based prints. The quality of my images are extraordinary. I now realize that there was nothing wrong with my camera or lenses, but that viewing images on a monitor, or printed out on an inferior printer, does not do the camera justice. I feel like a have a new camera! Thanks, Epson.

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