Reviews and Problems with Epson Stylus Photo R3000
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23 March 2012
Summary: The larger-capacity ink cartridges haven't reduced print costs by much and the print engine could be a tad faster, but the Epson R3000 produces excellent results on both colour and monochrome prints, delivering images with rich contrast and beautifully natural colours.
Excerpt: The Stylus Photo R3000 is Epson's newest A3+ photo printer targeted at professionals and advanced enthusiasts. It accepts nine ink cartridges, has a 2-picoliter minimum ink droplet size, is able to do disc printing, and sports built-in Wi-Fi. Are you tempted?
Pros: Superb color, B&W print quality, Ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity, CD/DVD printing, No manual swapping of black ink cartridges
Cons: Loss of ink during black inks switchover, Expensive
Excerpt: I’ve owned an Epson 1290 A3 printer for some years now and have loved it like a brother! The 1290 weighs 8.4 kgs with overall dimensions of 609x414x766mm (WHD). Colour: basic beige. The R3000 is quite a different beast: heavy as lead at 15kg and measuring 616x228x369mm, it’s styled in black.
Excerpt: The Epson Stylus Photo R3000 is a desktop A3+ printer aimed at anyone who wants to make professional quality prints. The R3000 has 9 inkjet cartridges with an increased 25.9ml capacity compared to the previous model, the
Pros: This printer is capable of stunning output and on the B&W output alone I would be tempted to buy it as a replacement for my existing machine when it finally fails., Printing is very quiet and if using the normal photo-papers very fast., Gloss prints are very good for a pigment printer, excellent ...
Cons: Head strikes and tramlines when using Traditional Photo Paper with borderless prints are unacceptable, Ink consumption during black cartridge swap seems very high (but I believe in line with earlier Epson A3+ printers, so would probably not be a concern for existing Epson users)., I have some con...