Summary: I have used this printer since 2005. it has travelled well, been shipped, and moved across several states and it has performed no matter where i am. The print quality is fantastic and it prints very well on all types of papers.
Summary: I love this printer. I was somewhat nervous buying it, because while I had read some excellent reviews, some really hated this printer. I did not purchase this from Amazon, but I did purchase it new etc, so I can speak to my recent purchase of this printer.
Summary: None of the criticisms of this printer on various sites seem to be true. I have done a lot of printing and have yet to run out of ink in any cartridge. I may not print for several days but it prints fine when I do, without head cleaning.
Summary: This is really a high quality printer. The reason why I bought this is because I am in college. What's more, I am deaf therefore I had to expect a communication breakdown with other students. So I ended up buying one for myself. They sent it and I got it the next day.
Summary: I had upgraded from the Epson Stylus Photo 2200 for the 3rd generation ink quality alone, but the speed of this thing is phenomenal. As is picture quality; using Premium Glossy paper now lives up to its quality; the semigloss, premium luster, and matte always did a phenomenal job.
Pros: Extremely fast at printing high-res images, wide-format printing, phenomenal prints of ANY paper type that will outlast photo processing prints if kept properly.
Cons: Feels cheaply built, Firewire connector poorly constructed - easy to reverse connector if you're not looking... would be nice to have two cartridge slots so one wouldn't have to remove Photo Black for Matte Black and vice-versa...
Summary: I have used this printer at school and decided to get one for myself since I'll be graduating. It is the best photo printer I have used and gives consistently good relults. I don't even have much of a calibration problem. The inks are expensive, but well worth the quality.
Summary: Service from Amazon was excellent with free Super Saver Shipping. Printer produced magnificent prints right out of the box. Color prints are very true to life and accurate especially in the greens.Reds are rich and vibrant.
Summary: If you want the very best that is very close to darkroom results and don't want to spend 3,000 to 4,000, then this is a great printer for you. If you already have a 2200 and were thinking about upgrading, then I would you tell don't, because the average 10% improvement in print time is not worth the...
Pros: Epson has always amazed me with their blending palette range, images look so close to darkroom processing that only someone who does darkroom developing knows the difference right away. The 2400 is a wonderful inkjet printer that is awesome work horse for proofing and everyday photos, but that wh...
Cons: Having a photo lab for over 20 years I have used many Epson products and have enjoyed their ability to make my job easier. I had 4 2200 that I have used and abused, so I upgrade them a few months ago. I was hoping that the black levels would be better with 2400, but I just don't see it, in fact t...
Summary: I upgraded to this from a 2200 because I was tired of black & white & green prints. I am not disappointed. Have Scanned and Photoshoped some old family pictures and they printed out with amazing quality.
Pros: Beautiful colors and amazing black and whites. Easy setup and easy to use software. The downloadable profiles from Epson work very well.