A&P Good digital photo printer?

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  1. Dr. Zoidberg

    Dr. Zoidberg the lovable tramp

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    I know shit about printers :o anyone have suggestions for something not too expensive?
     
  2. TheEvil1

    TheEvil1 Hell is other people OT Supporter

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    Canon i9900 - ~500$
    one of the canon piximsa, they are less then 200 and very nice also
     
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    or the epson 2200.
     
  4. mojito

    mojito New Member

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    r800 epson for 8x10
    r1800 epson for 13x19
    19900 for 13x19 if you only do glossy
     
  5. mojito

    mojito New Member

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    what size?
    what price?

    I just bought a canon cp-220 that does dye sub prints from circuit city for $95, for postcards and business cards for me, to go along with a r200, r1800 and 2200
     
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    I also have a I960 that shoots them out amazingly!

    The IP4000R is great
     
  7. Relay

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    r200 is a great printer for the price. If you want larger prints i would suggest the r1800.

    these recomendations are from my experience with the printers, i have seen some great prints from the i9900 as well, just havent used it for myself.

    I also use my parents HP 375 (small 4x6 printer) and it makes some pretty decent prints, and you can take it anywhere. We usually leave it out during family gatherings and everyone makes prints from there memory cards and such.

    all depends on what type of prints you are gonna want to make.
     
  8. warm

    warm Capitalism ftw

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    I just got a HP Photosmart 8450 for ~$200 and I'm VERY pleased with the quality. Its max size is 8.5 x 11", though :hs:

    It does come with a card reader (all common types), a 2.5" LCD display, ethernet connectivity, a bluetooth option (if you care about that...heh), and uses 8 color printing (with photo grays).

    Again... I'm VERY pleased.
     

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