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> >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. Sounds like the same technolgy from a differant company. Even the pictures of the machines are similar. http://www.foto1.com/lightjet.htm > >No dust. > >No Newton rings. > >No focus problems. > >No flare or diffusion problems. > >Believe me, you'll be shocked. Yup. If it's anything like the Lightjet I'm a believer! > >...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. Right now my service uses FujiColor Crystal Archive paper rated at 60 years by Wilhelm. Love the colors. > >>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. The largest listed from the service that I use is 48"x96". The Lamda sounds interesting, do you know of a service with a web presence that offers prints? And while on that topic, does anyone have a recomendation for a Iris print service? thanks! vicki - Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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