Reviews and Problems with Epson Stylus Photo R2400
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Epson Stylus Photo R2400
5 April 2011
Summary: I like the print quality of the printer. I got it to do transparencies for my screen printing and found that it won't print on clear items. I bought it because it was a great value for my money.
Summary: Might be a little old, but still a great printer. Only issue is that it uses alot of ink and they aren't cheap. But if you want quality prints, Epson is the best way to go. With newer models on the market, picking up a used one for around $300 is a bargain! Wish it had Wifi though...
Summary: The printer arrived in better condition than I was expecting. That was a nice surprise. I bought this printer to increase the quality of the photographs That I print. The colors are amazing, they really pop out.
Summary: I purchased this printer as a second printer to use for dedicated photo usage. My first printer is a nice color laser printer which is very good for its niche and very nice workhorse, but my experience as a photographer prior to the digital age has always left me disappointed with its use as a photo...
Provides you a lot of control over printing - at a cost
Kirk "Kirk Brooks", Amazon
11 April 2008
Summary: I bought this printer to replace my Canon PRO9000. My primary motivation was the ink system - I wanted a pigment based ink system, I wanted multiple black inks for better B&W, I wanted to produce archival quality prints and the ability to print on a wider range of specialty papers than supported for...
Summary: I've owned two other Epson printers and I like this one the best so far. It was truly plug and play with no problems. The color photos were beautiful - much better callibration than the R800. I haven't tried printing black & white photos yet but looking forward to that.
Great Printer- but make sure you use it frequently.
Richard Green "dosware", Amazon
27 June 2007
Summary: The output quality from this semi-pro printer easily beats lab prints. Beautiful. The major downside to this printer (and most printers with built in print heads) is that you MUST use it weekly to prevent clogging. Especially if you live in a dry climate.
Summary: Let me start by saying: YOU NEED TO CALIBRATE YOUR MONITOR WITH YOUR PRINTER TO GET THE BEST PRINTS. Also, go to Epson and download the printer profiles. I actually won this printer in a contest, and had never really used a top of the line printer like this.
Summary: It does a very good job with most images. Most people are quite surprised at the quality and it does really good B&W prints as well. I produced a whole portfolio of 12"x12" B&W images and most reviewers initially thought they were produced in a wet darkroom. Now the downside....