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--- Jerry Olson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Wait for the new 2200 Epson. It will be a photographer's dream printer, > It has nearly everything any photographer could want, up to 13x44 > inches. EXCEPT one. It is too new for a CIS system, so it will be awhile > until one is ready, if you want to use bulk inks. Jerry, Why would anybody buy a 2200 and even consider using non Epson UltraChrome ink? The whole reason for getting a 2200 is to gain access to the UC ink with the 7th lite black hue. If one wants to use bulk ink, then they're better off with a less expensive but very capable 1280. That is, unless the bulk ink they use is syphoned from UC inks from 7600/9600 ink carts. That will lower print costs, but the intial cost of this setup will almost be as much as the printer. The CIS will run about $200. Carts for the 110ml UC ink run about $55 each (B and H Photo). You need 7. Therefore, you need $385 worth of ink. But that should last a long while. B and H prices the 220ml carts at $90 each. Therefore, it will cost you $630 in ink. But this should last a very, very long time. So a CIS and the 2200 is an attractive solution. Just realize the upfront cost will not be insignificant. ===== Visit my digital photography web site along with a lot of other interesting stuff at http://www.mikegreer.com. Also, Greer and Associates (http://www.greeraa.com) offers studio photography, digital imaging services, web site design/construction, and training. Mike Greer __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! - Official partner of 2002 FIFA World Cup http://fifaworldcup.yahoo.com - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.