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----- Original Message ----- From: BJ Bahk <bjbahk_MS@msn.com> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: December 27, 1999 9:39 PM Subject: RE: Archival photos > I am just starting to put together a PC/scanner/printer for photo printing. > I am just an amatuer but I like to have my print last long. I just ordered > Epson photo 1200 but I am considering cancelling the order, becasue 1200 > uses 6 color ink. I can wait a few months if new printers are due in short > time. Any suggestions for other Epson printers like 900 (4 color) or I > should stick with 1200 ? I am not professional and I can not afford another > printer when it is available. > > Thanks for any comments. > bj bahk > Well, then, for less money plus a $50 rebate, look at the 1160. It is the same size as the 1200, but is 4-color and has 4 picoliter nozzle volume. I just got one, and the prints are really nice. Then, you can use cartridges for the 1520 should you want to get into archival inks. The newest printers which will arrive in a few months are also 6-color inksets, just like the 1200. Happy New Year, bob snow - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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