The mechanical process of swapping inks was a printer killer that drove me crazy with my 3880. For any paper loaded, you can set paper details on the front display. I have tried to download Canon's printer management software in the past but was not able to figure out how to work it. @tripler6, no this is not the case:- The 3880 is a "semi-pro" printer according to EPSON. Printing these from somewhere like Photoshop is tricky for formating, whilst Photo+ gives all these template options. Must be greatv printers no question...BUT the ink cost is very-very high, and you cannot use thirs party inks because that could ruin the print head and that cost a fortune. A new box weighed 110g whilst the full one weighed 365g, Needless to say I don’t expect the maintenance cart to need replacing so quickly, and had a chat with Epson…, I’m now told that P700 printers (in Europe at least) will ship with a spare maintenance tank. I'll stick to Moet & Chandon thanks. So where is the problem with MicroPiezo? It is perfect for every aspect of physics, optics, medicine, engineering, and virtually every discipline. We think it could be a good fit for photographers of all kinds – find out more in our full review. I will try again. Seriously, stay away. It’s from a trip to Cornwall a few years ago. Chris and Jordan tell us why it's a solid choice for many shooters. If I was to make a lot of these size prints on a particular paper, I’d make a profile. Hi Keith, great article. Color was not as perfect (to my liking) on the Pro 100 but I think that thing is incapable of clogging! I print my profiling targets using the Mac ColorSync Utility – other methods are fine as long as all colour management is disabled. I’ve expanded on this in the P700 B&W article. At 360ppi the source image makes a print of ~50cm x 140cm. With an average shoe on, my foot is *very* close to one-foot long; the last joint on my thumb, an inch. A lot of critique of the Epson printers in the comments. Epson P800 is okay being used on a weekly basis, and I assume P900 is the same. Entirely bespoke layout templates can be configured. When it worked it was fine. Press question mark to … I've printed almost to borderless on those papers in the past using Lightroom and never had a problem. The manufacturers indicate 50 ml and all of that should be usable. It’s a stretch Perhaps you should consider the FTC or file a class action if you think you have a case? This protects the print system from drying and low temperatures during shipping. The paper comes out quite some distance for cutting. Finally, I’m very eager for the P900 extension of your articles, which I intend to buy as I have still lots of Epson paper from a broken 3800. The most obvious difference you’ll notice is print times. For the US and other overseas markets I have no specific info. Never miss a new article or review - Sign up for our occasional (ad-free) Newsletter and Keith's YouTube Channel. The printer has a spindle-less roll paper feed system at the rear. Did you miss that? Check it out. If it was ~2000 or so I might, but my experience says not to bother, especially if I’m using mid to high quality settings, where very fine detail can be rendered on a glossy paper like I’m using. It isn’t. The other was buying a printer. video I’ve made showing the process of physically setting up the printer. Find out which cameras and lenses topped the list! Spending the money needed to switch? No more black ink swap. The lightweight, compact strobe includes a magnetic round head and incorporates an impressive array of features, including wireless compatibility. Note that for matte papers you only get Q4 and Q5 to choose from. Like the P700, there is a single top lead sheet tray now, which can accept between 10 and 30 sheets of paper and papers up to 1.5mm thick. Apparently the two printers are designed for different volumes. This means no more black ink switching when changing paper types.". Vs. 17-inch professional photo printers available as of April 2020. Question abt ICC profiling– I too have a print profiler (SpyderPrint). Printing is not something I would do a weekly or even monthly basis so to invest in my own printer cannot be justified. Agreed, when my Epson 1430 was printing, the results were amazing. Im Gegenzu… We shoot pictures, … The P700 has dedicated channels for matte and photo black inks, which is a big thing. More frustrating? I can see no obvious improvements in the highest quality settings for most images. The new images shed light on how the canyon formed and help better our understanding of Mars. The posterboard setting has quite big end margins. Also while the P5000 is a bit more expensive, it's cartridges hold 4x the amount of ink as the P900 cartridges and cost around $90, and considering I expect the P900's cartridges to cost around $50, that's some significant cost savings in ink. The named profile will be used for ‘automatic’ applications which print without you needing to specify an ICC profile. I agree, a dumb cost cutting decision on the part of Epson here. These cartridges will deliver 120-160 full A3+/A2 prints in any resolution more than 720 lpi meaning that you 'll get in your hands 100-120 prints at best in a typical workflow (practically 0.50$/print).As for clogging, typical problem for any inkjet printer, covering them can partially reduce the problem especially in environments with big differences in temperature and low humidity. Fantastic details! When printing, I’ve scaled it to fit the double A4 paper at 55% size. Beim SC-P600 waren die Kartuschen mit 25,9 ml etwas größer. I have a SC P700 and I am finding it to be outstanding. @b0k3h... No, but I do own a Subaru Forester vs a Range Rover because it is a lot more "cost effective". Of course, it could be $1000, and that would be a tad off-putting :-). The Powershot Zoom can't compete with pro cameras for image quality, though it sure does fit in your pocket. It solves the problem of needing to buy another maintenance cart – as to printer design, marketing and support, that’s well above my pay grade ;-) The ink carts are in the right order in the box for insertion. The subtle bronzing changed colour in a way suggesting it was an optical interference effect. If they half-assed that at all to make it more affordable, you'd have tons of people complaining their cutter broke because it was cheap. Well the display of what ink needs replacing is replaced by a ‘helpful’ notice that the cover is open. The paper is fed in centrally, which Epson claims improves paper feeding and alignment. I'm not fixing what's not broken like my Epson was before. From the picture, the ~23" depth of the P900 seems to be with the roll adapter, which is quite large. This isn’t so far from the truth, given that Epson ICC profiles work for both printers. All the people obsessively upgrading their D600 to Sony A7 to A7s to A7R Mark 4 every season, on something with a 5-10 year shelf life": Nothing beats the thrill of printing your own work.In 2011 I purchased a Epson R3000 A3+ size printer.In 2017 I threw it in the bin as the cost of getting it fixed was too expensive. I rather stick to highest quality whenever I can afford to. Never have I struggled less getting nice prints. Mileage may vary. And the Canon had both types of black, like the new P-900 finally does). Canon hat, wie schon der Name vermuten lässt, dem Pro-100S ein Update spendiert. The P700 is a whole new 13″ (A3+ )printer, with a new ink feed system (based on that of the larger 17″ printers) and a new 10 channel print head that finally loses the need to switch between matt black and photo black inks. they do include a new 10 channel MicroPiezo AMC Print Head which features dedicated channels for Matte Black and Photo Black ink" I love them already :). The P900 is a nice improvement over the P800 but cartridges capacity from 80ml down to 50ml at same price is a consumer downsize. It’s meant to be a route for all paper suppliers to make profiles/media settings available for the P700. And you'd think that the USA would want to leave it's British imperial roots behind, but apparently not. In the trades, they are eminently practical to some degree (C or F?) After a few dozen prints and two empty ink carts, the box was full and needed replacing. Learn about the differences between the Epson SureColor P600 vs. Epson SureColor P800 The Epson SureColor P600 and P800 are closely related. UltraChrome PRO10 10-color ink technology with up to a 6 percent wider color gamut than the SureColor P600 and P800 printers. Let's wait for the reviews to see how these two compare. Epson SureColor P600 would take about 16:40 to print 100 pages, Canon Pixma Pro-100 would take 1:24:45. Other brands of ink cartridges and ink supplies are not compatible and, even if described as compatible, may not function properly or at all. We're glad you asked. I wouldn't go to somewhere cheap (Costco, Walmart, etc) - I'd go to a place that does true art printing (I have a local print shop run by someone who really understands colour - they can and do generate print profiles for any paper). I’m trying to decide between the Epson P700 and Canon’s new P300, which you’ve reviewed as well. It is though only my opinion, but before following ‘forum wisdom’, try and do a few experiments – many of those advocating certain approaches may never have done so, or are basing opinions on old printers. When I initially spoke with the Canon rep, he told me to download the program for the camera (he told me to make up a model like the 8D, even though I shoot Nikon). The SureColor P700 ($799 MSRP) and SureColor P900 ($1,295 MSRP) will be available through Epson Authorized Resellers starting in May. Yes, I have the P800 and have printed to that size. The print is 3.9 metres long. It is, but there had to be one unlucky soul that just purchased the item. Update: Continued testing shows that after this initial setup and use, the maintenance tank fills very slowly and is likely to last quite a while – essentially just borderless overspray and cleanings adding to it. The pop-up screen feels more solid and better made than with the P600. If you want an image of a turtle in a forest from the perspective of a fisheye lens, DALL-E can do it. Note at the left of the printer, a black piece of plastic. If you’re a fan of printers built from girders and cast iron, then prepare to be disappointed. Vs. 17-inch professional photo printers available as of April 2020. Is it a good fit for you? Overly concentrating on detail you need a magnifying glass to see is simply not the way ‘normal people’ look at a print ;-) Sure, I’ve done experiments in the course of my reviews to see how detail is reproduced, that’s what’s led me to this opinion. In this buying guide we’ve rounded up all the current interchangeable lens cameras costing over $2500 and recommended the best. Then come warnings that there may not be enough ink to finish a print. Thanks for your review and insights! That’s fine but I do like to make very wide panoramics. The printer remembers recent choices of type and size, making the setting a bit easier. If you are color calibrated you're going to get perfectly matching prints from a pro lab. The photographic print defines the true art of photography. That's usually a sign that a new model is coming if the model is nearing the end of lifecycle. Posts here on DPR when the news about the new printers showed up on British sites said that the P700 would also have a waste ink tank - i.e., 'maintenance tank'.The story here and the info on the Epson U.S. site makes no mention of this.Do anyone know if the P700 has the tank? This fluid and some ink goes into the maintenance cart. But well worth it. For front loading papers, the feed is more gentle than the top feed, and there is no bending. So I suppose this will by far not compensate for the loss of ink from 80 to 50 ml. Keith has written a book that looks at the many ways that tilt/shift lenses can benefit your photography from a technical and creative point of view. I'm glad they work out well for many of us other Epson printer users. Chris and Jordan show you how it works. Just make sure you allow for the length of the paper. The wired ports are at the rear, under a fold out panel. Nikon cites 'differences in regional laws and safety standards' for the change, which will see its comprehensive international warranty transition to more region-specific warranties by the end of the month. Not in whole EU though, mainly in UK. I too was surprised by how quickly the initial maintenance tank became full and needed replacement. Don’t think you can check by closing it, since the printer then goes into a cycle trying to recognise the carts loaded…. Specifically, the P700 is 20" wide and the P900 is 24" wide. Higher quality print settings on the P700 do give a slightly enlarged gamut, but as I’ve noticed earlier, unlikely to be obvious in most prints. But support is different from including it. Are Canon printers more reliable? I suspect the maintenance cart will last a long while for most people. By the way how long is a second? Introducing the SureColor P700 — a breakthrough in professional printing technology. Thus, the Epson SureColor P700 and P900 were born. @Badison, good comment, but usually such gain is limited to some few % (which is always valuable of course). Thanks! It's a fact that printers up to A3/+/++, due to their use as proofing tools -and not only- are fully compliant with metric system and the larger formats size is sometimes expressed in inches. Won't be buying until I know cost per page. There is some more info about EPL below, but the majority of my printing was from Photoshop. In the case of both the P700 and P900, there is no built-in cutter. At no time during my testing were there any clogs or blocked nozzles – I’m using the printer regularly though, which to be fair is the best for any inkjet printer. Both have completely new designs for roll paper support and eliminate black ink switching. The act should make pursuing infringements much easier and realistic for individuals and small photo businesses. One can look at a hex nut head and the measures are more intuitive; one can easily guesstimate is it a 1/4”, 3/8”, or 1/2” or is it a 6, 7, 8, 9mm ? That is the point... the P5000 is a roll printer that can do sheets, and the P900 is a sheet printer than can do rolls. Pretty simple. The prints above are from when I produced an A3+ profiling target (~3k patches) for Epson TPP paper at each of the 5 print quality options. Indeed, I'd have preferred rather slightly bigger printer size with bigger cartridges or at least much closer to the P800 80ml size. The violet ink has been an option for some larger format printers, such as the 17″ P5000 and 24″ P7000 I’ve reviewed. I switched from an Epson 3880 to a Canon Pro-1000 because of the Epson's tendency to clog after as few as 7 days without use. To summarize, the key features of the new Epson SureColor P700 and P900 printers are as follows: The Epson SureColor P700 and P900 printers are now available to order with shipment expected to begin in early May. Speaking of black and white prints, the Epson P700 and P900 include a new Carbon Black printing mode, which increases the DMAX by up to 11 percent versus the SureColor P800. All that ink (and the shipping fluid) has gone into the maintenance tank during setup (it’s nearly full). Find out in our initial review. At the time of writing, the Epson Print Layout software is not installed in the initial setup. Sometimes the printer sets for weeks at a time turned off between print jobs. Epson SureColor SC-P900 and SC-P700 printers. my Epson P600 has a problem printing blue correctly (showing a purple tone instead of clean blue (255) in RGB mode and sRGB mode as well. Thank you for your answer! The display is the best quality I’ve yet seen on a printer. If you’ve installed any custom media types, they will also appear in this list. But, if as mentioned in another response, the new printer is getting 25% more printing for the same amount of ink, then the 50ml is effectively 62.5ml. I for one work easily in metrics and imperial and see the wisdom and imperatives of each. Huh, just when they finally fixed the black switching. It says on the Epson website:(notes 2) Roll media handling is standard on P700; optional on P900. This sits below the screen and is already fitted in place when the printer is shipped. They should've implemented refillable tanks across their range. However I do have one I made for the review – drop me an email at Northlight and I can send it – all my profiles are available free for non-commercial use, Dear Keith The front feed tray flips forward for the loading of thicker art papers, CDs and poster board. That said, would it *kill* them to provide both systems? Image credit: Epson. I doubt there are many people who are going to be replacing such a purchase within a year or two so there really is plenty of opportunity of the manufacturers to make their profit. I found that maintaining a bit of pressure made for a more reliable initial feed. I haven't used the Canon Pro-100, I might try as I am getting tired of dealing with this issue also. I bought a P800 around 6 months ago, and it's so good that printing feels like cheating. It has slots for both PK and MK black cartridges, so having both "mounted" on the carrier is not … This particularly helps when the printer is nowhere near the computer you’re printing from. This is the top paper guide. They don't want someone to have 2 year old ink in the P900. The printer is simple to set up and if you use the Epson Print Layout software, very easy to print from. Epson UK Press info – currently due April 2020. Fashion is even worse. About time the EPA took these mobs to court for producing instant junk. The official download page from Epson UK is: https://www.epson.co.uk/apps-software/epson-print-layout, Aug 2020: This page has broken links, but these are the Mac and PC versions (EU versions). Same (correct) comments from potential buyers.One day, we'll read the words 5 year warranty, uncloggable and preplumbed for tanks. Congress finally passes CASE to allow copyright holders to make small claims without resorting to costly legal processes via federal courts. Would like to avoid that chore (and the ink usage) if the results were very comparable. I’ll discuss ink usage in the conclusions, but at a certain point ink carts will be flagged as low or empty. If they purposefully overfill by a couple ml to ensure that the printer doesn’t suck air that’s ok, but if the user can only use say 47/50 ml that’s a case. The printer can accept media up to 1.5mm thick. Inks are pricey, but I build the cost into the print-sale price, so it is a relatively small part of the finished article.I had a friend who tried to cut ink costs by plumbing in a third-party ink-feed system. At times. This can be printed, and is best done from the front panel, where the touch screen makes things so much easier than having to use arrow keys to step through menus/options. My impression: it's basically an A3+ printer (P700) and A2+ printer (P900). I am very happy with this setup; the 3880 is of course a bit bulky (but acceptable), but you have also to take into account 2 important points :1) The manufacturing quality of the A2 printer is already much better than the A3 printer. The downside (myself included) is that a substandard photo rarely makes a good print. The Epson SureColor SC-700 is an A3+ printer with a 13-inch head that is builds on the specification of the previous SC-600 printer, which is one of the best photo printers currently available. So it's likely to be even more expensive (f.e. The production printers from EPSON have 200 or 220 ml cartridge on purpose (including not having to change cartrige "all the time").I am not sure I will stay by EPSON when my 3880 will need a replacement ... Why not compare to the S series and 700ml carts? In particular I made a full set of profiles for all 5 basic quality settings for Epson TPP. It's more cost effective to take public transportation, but that's not your basis for owning a car, is it? The Nikon Z7 II has the same great ergonomics as its predecessor, but has more processing power, dual card slots, 4K/60p video, improved autofocus and more. Don't get me wrong. Find out in our field review. @snapa. Canon Pixma Pro-100 measures at 1.2 PPM. What about print quality? I don't understand these companies that build nice roll media printers without cutters. Seriously, do we really need TEN CARTRIDGES to get great color prints? The display shows the B&W print on its way. different between US and UK, which makes the system unreliable and bothersome. An endless tale of woe there, so the moral is stick with OEM stuff. With older printers the paper was inserted to the right. L'Epson SC-P600 est donc une imprimante photo au format A3+ qui utilise des encres à pigments d'une nouvelle génération, l'Ultrachrome HD, garant de tirages très longues durées pour les photographes auteurs qui veulent vendre des séries limitées par exemple, … The printer driver can auto-expand images, or you can use the retain size option to give greater control over how the image printed relates to the source image. Wow your review was worth the wait! This was a replacement for a failed Epson 3880 (black ink won't switch/print) that I just threw in a dumpster. Yeah, I had to declog it sometimes like any other photo printer. More expensive? We've a whole section of the site devoted to  Digital Black and White photography and printing. I have sold prints made by them. I tend to cut slightly larger with the scissors and then trim in a proper rotary cutter later. This is probably why EPSON made the silly decision to go from 80 down to 50 ml on the P900: to give you the impression you pay less each time you buy a new set of cartriges ... although you are actually paying more, when looking at the price per ml ! The ink needs to fill the lines and replace the shipping fluid. I didn't had a single problem with my EPSON 3880 since 7 years. Not a single problem in 7 years.2) The used-ink cartridge can be easily exchanged by the user. Yes, there were some adjustments but I do not have to spend a weeks salary on ink keeping the heads clean. This is a printer for the home, not a lab full of students. Here’s the print coming out underneath the front loading tray. I would believe clogging is much more related to ambiant heat + low humidity (typically when people are warming up too much their houses). Otherwise, a google search of the new cartridge numbers comes up empty. Be honest in your evaluation, and maybe ask someone else if they can see a difference. No issues with my Dye-based Canon even after months of sitting idle. If I would do larger I’d rather use a lab. I currently own Epson 2880R which has worked great for the past 10 years or so. As a test, I’d suggest leaving two identical prints overnight with only a note on the back as to which is which setting? [click images to enlarge]. One minor issue – make a note of which cart you are replacing before opening the ink tank cover. How to Photograph Snowflakes – Snowflake photography with Don Komarechka, DPReview TV's 2021 Camera Industry Predictions, Here's what it's like to use Adobe Lightroom Mobile on the Zeiss ZX1. Eject and remove both push the paper out of the back of the printer. Film-enthusiast website Studio C-41 takes us on a tour of the Kodak film plant in Rochester NY, with some behind-the-scenes footage of how film is made. Glad it was of use! I prefer aged Cognac, you get more of a heady kick from that. Further, they include a new violet ink channel, which will improve the appearance of blues, violets and purples in your prints. Weight 20 Kg.- The 4880/P5000 are real "Production" printers according to EPSON. If you’ve questions or comments, please do feel free to email me at Northlight, or use the comments section at the foot of the article. In fact, the new SureColor P900, despite printing up to 17" wide rather than 13" wide, is the same size as the outgoing SureColor P600. I use Impact Visual Arts in San Diego for most work and Bay Photo for some. The P700 includes an include rear roll media feed, allowing for roll printing up to 10 ft. long. It’s easier to manually cut a board 108 1/2” than 275.59 cm. 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