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Seth, Whether one uses a 1280 ($500 printer) or an 820 ($100 printer), they can use the same ink. The point I was making was that the 7th ink (lite black) will be specific to the 2100/2200. The 7000/9000 series printer users aren't likely to use 3rd party ink because they don't use them now with Epson's large format printers because the carts are big. So an ink producer might end up manufacturing an ink specifically/only for the 2100/2200. Will their be enough volume to make it worth while? Maybe so. But whether it will or won't, it will be for the time being, a 2100/2200 only product. --- Seth Rossman <email@example.com> wrote: > Michael- > > Which $600-800 Epson printer (current) are there NO aftermarket inks > made for now? The pros that buy them usually use an abnormally large > amount of ink, so they make it equitable. > > GEN4, etc don't have that many different formulations, just different > cartridges. > > Seth > > = > =I didn't assume that they would because I'm not sure of what > =the 2200 sales volume will be. Sure, many of us on this list > =will get one. But we are not typical. The masses are not going > =to gravitate toward a $700 photo only printer. Therefore, how > =attractive will it be for 3rd parties to invest the money to > =product inks with the 7th color? It probably will happen, but > =I don't know when. > = > > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. ===== 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.