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Vicki G. Ralls <email@example.com> wrote: >I'm not sure what a Lambda print is. <http://home.earthlink.net/~dmjgraphics/Durst_Lambda_130.html> >But I have had Lightjet prints made and I have been shocked. >They are the most beautiful prints I've ever seen and archival >to boot! The Lambda prints on any light sensitive material. Kodak, Fuji, Agfa and a few other companies have produced specially formulated photographic paper for this wonder of a machine, to get the lightest whites possible and the highest density blacks. No dust. No Newton rings. No focus problems. No flare or diffusion problems. Believe me, you'll be shocked. ...and it's as archival as conventional BW and C-prints because aside from the lasers used to expose the image and the special formulation, it is still light sensitive photographic paper. >Although the largest I've had made to date is 20x24... The Lambda can print one piece up to 50"x300'. It tiles automatically or the techie can alter the tiling. It's truly an amazing machine. One walk through Times Square or just about any trade show will convince you of that. -Don Montalvo - Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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