Epson Printers Lacey WA

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De La Cruz Photography
(360) 456-4327
5528 Jackson Farm Loop SE
Lacey, WA
Boston Harbor Photography
(360) 352-1482
4909 Boston Harbor Rd NE
Olympia, WA
Wedding Photography Specialist
(360) 352-1900
1431 Legion Way SE
Olympia, WA
Contempo Portrait Studio
(360) 786-9700
1811 Pear St NE
Olympia, WA
Blue J Photography
(360) 273-0969
15912 Gibson Rd SW
Tenino, WA
Rix Photography
(360) 456-0206
Lacey, WA
A Wedding Minister-Bill Keeton
(360) 870-6359
1431 Legion Way SE
Olympia, WA
TNT Photography
(360) 438-9030
6218 Hickory Ct SE
Olympia, WA
Diamond Wedding & Graduation
(360) 866-9076
Olympia, WA
Ardent Photography
(253) 566-6175
University Place, WA

Epson Stylus Photo R1900

Epson Releases Stylus Photo R1900

Epson Stylus Photo R1900LONG BEACH, CA. - Jan. 7, 2008 - Epson, the overwhelming brand of choice among professional photographers, today announced the release of the Epson Stylus Photo R1900, a 13-inch printer designed for advanced photographers and graphic designers. The Epson R1900 provides an unprecedented standard in glossy color photographic prints with its Epson UltraChrome Hi-Gloss 2 ink featuring an improved Gloss Optimizer and new red and orange ink cartridges. The Epson R1900 is also raising the creative standard for print quality with the introduction of Radiance Technology, an innovation dramatically improving color transitions, resulting in brilliant, true-to-life photos.

Innovation is an integral part of Epson's design philosophy, said Patrick Chen, product manager, Epson America Inc. After a decade of leadership, our engineers continue to develop printers that significantly raise the creative standard. The Epson Stylus Photo R1900 is no exception with its UltraChrome Hi-Gloss 2 inks and Radiance Technology, innovations designed to help deliver optimum results for photographers and graphic designers.

The Epson R1900 is the ideal productivity solution for customers looking for the best combination of image quality, speed and archivability on glossy and matte media up to 13-inches wide. The Epson R1900 will replace the Epson Stylus Photo R1800, the award-winning and No. 1-selling Epson 13-inch photo printer, and offers a vast array of improvements over its predecessor in ink technology, print quality and speed.

• New Epson UltraChrome Hi-Gloss 2 Ink - Achieves an optimal level of gloss and color vibrancy in a pigment ink system using eight colors - including new red and orange inks - plus an enhanced Gloss Optimizer. The red and orange inks have replaced the red and blue inks found in the Epson R1800, resulting in improved color gamut and facial tones. This next generation pigment ink set produces quick-drying, archival results that can last up to 200 years under glass.1 Auto-switching photo and matte black cartridges ensure the deepest blacks on any media type.

• New Radiance Technology - The breakthrough mathematical architecture on the Epson R1900 was co-developed by color scientists at Epson and the Rochester Institute of Technology (R.I.T.) to take advantage of the wider color gamuts possible with today's advanced ink sets. The technology is built into the printer software and optimizes how the individual UltraChrome Hi-Gloss 2 inks are mixed while simultaneously providing a high level of print quality. This technology reduces grain and dramatically improves color transitions.

• Faster Print Speeds - Creates prints up to 35 percent faster than the Epson R1800, particularly at higher resolutions, boosting productivity for final layouts and sellable photographic images. Produces breathtaking 11x 14€ prints as fast as 1 minute, 46 seconds.

• Superior Media Flexibility - Offers the same media versatil...

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Epson Stylus Pro 3880

Epson Stylus Pro 3880

New 17-inch printer replaces the popular Stylus Pro 3800

LONG BEACH, Calif. – Sept. 1, 2009 – Epson America today introduced its most sophisticated 17-inch printer to date – the Epson Stylus® Pro 3880. Replacing its popular predecessor, the Epson Stylus Pro 3800, the compact printer features Epson UltraChrome K3® with Vivid Magenta ink technology and an advanced MicroPiezo® AMC™ print head to produce gallery quality color and black-and-white output up to 17” x 22”. Its innovative pigment ink set delivers an extremely wide color gamut with more dramatic blues and violets, while all-new AccuPhoto™ HD2 image technology provides smoother color transitions and better highlight and shadow detail.

“We continue to push the boundaries of professional printing with each new addition to Epson’s line of large format ink jet printers,” said Richard Day, product manager, Epson America. “The new Stylus Pro 3880 is no exception, enabling professionals to easily integrate a reliable, high-performing solution into their workflow. It brings together a host of technologies to provide photographers and graphic artists alike a powerful solution in one of the most compact sizes available.”

About the Epson Stylus Pro 3880

Designed to provide unparalleled print quality, performance, and professional media support, the Epson Stylus Pro 3880 features several innovative technologies and enhancements, including:

- UltraChrome K3 with Vivid Magenta Ink: Professional eight-color ink set with new Vivid Magenta and Vivid Light Magenta provides more intense blues and violets for an expanded color gamut. Built on Epson’s heritage of professional ink technology, this pigment ink set offers instant color stability and exceptional print permanence ratings for color and black-and-white prints.

- AccuPhoto HD2 Image Technology: Created in collaboration with the Rochester Institute of Technology’s Munsell Color Science Laboratory, this complex mathematical architecture and advanced screening technology ensures precision placement of each individual ink droplet for smooth, grain-free images. This advanced technology optimizes ink usage to maximize the color gamut and provide smooth color transitions and gradations, and reduction of the metameric index makes it possible to achieve consistent color under different lighting conditions.

- MicroPiezo AMC Print Head: The eight-channel, high-precision print head produces a maximum resolution of 2880 x 1440 dpi and variable-sized droplets as small as 3.5 picoliters and places them with precision and accuracy. For decreased maintenance and increased reliability, the print head also incorporates an ink repellent coating.

- Advanced Black and White Photo Mode: Exclusive Epson screening provides intuitive and consistent control for stunning neutral or toned black-and-white prints. Professionals can choose from one of four pre-set modes – neutral, warm, cool, or sepia – and use custom slider bars and ...

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Short Report: Epson Stylus Photo R1800

Short Report: Epson Stylus Photo R1800

A versatile inkjet printer does both photo prints and blank discs

SR: Epson Stylus Photo RI800

Printing on CDs with the Epson Stylus Photo R300 was quite satisfying. I enjoyed creating CDs for slideshows or a DVD of video footage and then printing a professional-looking label directly on the disc. The photo prints looked great, too, but the R300 was limited in size of prints to 8.5x11 inches. Thankfully, the Epson Stylus Photo R1800 came along. It offers quality printing up to 13x19 inches (13x44-inch panoramas), a new set of inks and even disc printing.

What a combination! This overachieving device prints images quickly, with the prints rated for lightfastness as long as 100 to 200 years. It's a higher-priced printer ($549 street price), but its excellent features make it well worth the investment for the digital photographer.

Three things stand out for me: its ability to make large prints plus print on CDs and DVDs, its speed and its superb print quality.

I've already mentioned the versatility of making photo prints and disc printing. I use CDs in varied ways, like sending CD slideshows to friends and family and using them for my workshops and books. Printing an attractive image on the CD is a classy way to go, and the R1800 does a beautiful job of it.

I love this unit's speed. I timed an 11x14-inch photo at one minute, 55 seconds, which is close to Epson's claim of one minute, 51 seconds. It's hard to believe that such a print once took 15 minutes with early photo printers! Under two minutes is a time you can deal with (smaller prints are obviously faster). The unit connects to the computer with USB 2.0 or FireWire, so the transfer of data from computer to printer isn't slowed.


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