Epson Launches Stylus Photo R3000 Printer For Photo Pros

Posted: Jan 17 2011, 8:01am CST | by , in News | Hardware & Peripherals

Epson Launches Stylus Photo R3000 Printer for Photo Pros
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Epson printer aims at pros

The professional or serious hobbyist photographer will be shooting with a high-end and expensive digital camera or DSLR typically. These people are the exact users that Epson is targeting with its latest printer called the R3000. The printer has lots of high-end features, and a high-end price to match.

The printer uses individual ink tanks with 9-colors using Epson UltraChrome K3 with vivid magenta. It uses the MicroPiezo AMC print head. The printer is a 13-inch unit and it has all sorts of features to ensure the best prints possible.

It has a special black and white mode and more. The thing will sell for $849 and will ship in March. The nine individual tanks hold 25.9ml of ink each and I don’t even want to think how expensive the ink cartridges will be.

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