Reviews and Problems with Epson Stylus Photo R3000
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R3000 - very nice
2 weeks ago
Summary: I'm about a month in on ownership now and can write that the R3000 meets my needs perfectly. Epson service was their usual great in helping me to set up the wifi connection, and I was up and running within an hour. 30 days later, I can show beautiful color prints, working digital negatives for alt process printing and even perfect DVD labeling.
Summary: I have been very, very happy with my R3000. The quality of output has exceeded my expectations. There is a learning curve, but it is less of a learning curve and is simpler to use than in my experience with other brands. Very reliable.
Summary: Provides outstanding quality prints that rival professional photo labs. I have used several other brands of printers and this is by far the best of the bunch. The bigger ink capacity is a real plus to avoid constant replacing of cartridges.
Summary: I graduated from the Epson 2200 to the Epson R3000 after about 9 years.The new printer is easy to set up,I love the wireless feature.I am an amature with aspirations to be professional after my new retirement coming up in December 2014. the prints are very sharp and the colors are very vivid.
Summary: I have owned this printer for over four years. It never misses a beat. Images are extraordinary. Easy to manage. The best possible choice for a photographer who wants to showcase work. Handles a variety of media easily. Customer service rom Epson has been excellent.
Summary: The vividness and lifelike clarity of the photo prints produced by this printer are mind boggling - far sharper than typical film. The gamut of media supported allows for wonderful creativity at home.
Summary: I'm a professional photographer and needed a higher quality printer than my Epson Artisan 50, which is the best for photos of all the consumer-grade home printers. After extensive research, I selected the R3000 and haven't regretted it for a minute. Also, I have a small apartment and the R3000 looks good, not obtrusive at all and surprisingly compact. Lastly, changing inks is a much more efficient process than any previous printer I've owned.
Summary: I admit I was not thrilled with my Epson experience until this unit. I was going to upgrade to the R2000 (I have one at my job) but decided to try the R3000. I LOVE it. It prints beautiful images -- the colors are rich and the black and white is beautiful. I can't recommend this enough. The user interface is simple and the ink produces the perfect color without a lot of test printing.
Summary: This is an exceptional printer. Prints are crisp and colors right on. I am a Linux Mint user and had no problems recognizing printer or making it work. I did have to tweak the CUPS settings slightly. I have had no issues with nozzles clogging even after extended periods of non use. Epson papers work but there are others that work equally well and cost less.
Summary: The prints are beautiful. It also prints wonderful grey tones. And the printer is relatively easy to work. But the printer doesn't always want to "talk" with my laptop despite the fact that they are basically sitting side by side. Also, I often get an error message telling me I don't have the right paper loaded despite the fact that I do have the right paper loaded. If I cancel that printing and select to print again, the printer usually responds.