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Hi, I had still the 800 model, bought just before the first photo appeared and wanted to upgrade to a photo printer and a larger format; knowing the 1200 was to be issued soon, I waited for it instead of buying the Ex. On the other side, I don't think there is a huge difference between the 1200 and the Ex; it's visible with a magnifying glass and may be to a very exercised eye... but if I had the Ex and the 900, I'd wait for a next improved model before upgrading.. There is a www site you can look at for comparison between all the Epsons' models since the 800... someone will surely give you the URL at this point. BTW, it's my understanding that the 900 does also use variable dot size (this is why it prints faster than the 1200 or 750). Christiane Roh > I have a Photo EX (for printing scans from my Nikon LS-2000) and a Color 900 (mostly for regular business use, but it seems ok for photos, too). I have a potential buyer for my EX if I want to sell it, but would I gain that much by going to a 1200? I'm after the highest quality photo prints from my negatives/ slides, and the EX seems ok. Given that I have a 900 already, would I gain anything here? > > I went down to Comp-USA to get a 1200 today. I thought I heard that it had the same inkdrop size as the 900 -- 3 picoliters. I was surprised that it had 6 picoliter drops, but they were variable (I guess that's good?). I was looking for something giving me a relative comparison between the EX and 1200. Any thoughts? > > Thanks, > Larry Becker > Hawthorne CA > -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- > Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. > http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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