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Re: new printer/thanks



really? i don't know. i've actually ordered a 1280.

what are the differences to you? like, why do you like the 1280 better?

money is tight these days (did i say i'm a photojournalist?), but if 
there's a big difference, i'm probably smarter to get the 1280. but 
again, money.

jana b.

>I would be willing to sell my 1270.  What do you think would be a reasonable
>price, including shipping?  Includes roll adapter.  Has had medium use.
>Works well with no problems.  (Little use since I purchased 1280.)
>Donald A. Schiemann
>10B Gallatin Drive
>Bozeman, MT 59718
>406-587-1859
>DSCHIEMANN@prodigy.net
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Jana Birchum" <jbirchum@io.com>
>To: <epson-inkjet@leben.com>
>Sent: Wednesday, June 12, 2002 3:33 PM
>Subject: Re: new printer/thanks
>
>
>>  Thanks all for the great feedback on new printers. Just in case
>>  you're interested, i decided the 1270/80 is the right one for me. I'm
>>  trying to locate a 1270, but will go with a 1280 if i can't.
>>
>>  So, since that was such a great discussion, i have a couple of other
>questions:
>>
>>  1) what combination of inks/papers are your favorites?
>>
>>  i've traditionally used the Epson Photo Quality Glossy Paper with the
>>  inkjetmall's "darn good inks" for most test printing
>>
>>  then lumijet gallery gloss with epson ink for printing.
>>
>>  and have been trying the Epson Premium Glossy Photo Paper recently,
>>  with mixed feelings.
>>
>>  I'd be interested in your input. again, my uses are mostly test
>>  prints for editing photo stories, then portfolio prints. occasional
>>  prints for clients.
>>
>>  (i've tried to check the archives, but can't seem to access any
>>  archives. so if this question annoys you, let me know how to do that,
>>  if it can be done, and i'll go away.)
>>
>>  second, has anyone used the ViewOpen calibration software?
>>
>>  thanks in advance,
>>
>>  jana b.
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