Summary: I purchased the printer many years ago and loved the photographs that it produced. It was a fantastic printer that my wife also used to print family and vacation photos for her scrapbooking. Sadly, we eventually wore the printer out, did not replace it and have not had a color printer since.
Summary: Got this printer for $199 new (plus tax). This is the only printer I have ever used that literally is plug and play. No tweaks or fiddling with settings (though the option to do that is available). Right out of the box it prints so good you'd think you were in a Kodak or Fuji lab.
Summary: Attention photographers and hobbyists alike! The P-400 will be the last printer you ever need to buy. For the longest time I used a high end HP pronter and photo paper to produce mediocre printed images.
Summary: The technical detail: a. The printer may be operated as a standalone product independant of a computer. It contains slots for both SmartMedia cards and compact flash PC card adaptors so you don't have to have a computer connected to the printer to use it.
Will not work with PC card using Sony memory sticks
Michael E. Brown, Amazon
4 October 2004
Summary: If you think that you will be able to use the PC card slot for your Sony memory sticks, you're wrong. This printer will only recognize data files that are 100 dcf, not 100 msdcf, meaning memory stick dcf.
Summary: This is the best photo printer I have ever used. I bought the Epson 2000 and returned it because the color and quality wasn't good enough. There is not an ink jet printer on the market that can even come close to matching the quality of prints produced by this printer.
Summary: I have had this printer for about a month, and I love it! I use it for printing photographs for my clients, I am now ALL digital (I rencently bought the e-10 also). Everyone is amazed that they are from a dye-sub printer...
Summary: This printer spits out some beautiful prints, at about $1.60 per page between the paper and ink. All of the cool options shown in the catalog, like index prints, are only done from a flash card. The flash card only holds one high quality picture from my Minolta Dimage 7, so that holds me back.
Summary: I've had this printer for a month. It installed to a Win95/parallel machine and a winME/USB machine without issues. The output is outstanding. I've printed both scanned pictures and pictures taken with a digital camera and I have been nothing but happy with it.
Summary: The quality is as good as any photo you ever seen, in combination with my E-10 I am done, forget developing or printing at any photostore. The price per pic is still high, but the convinience makes it worth. My only complain is having not having a Linux driver !