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Archival issues are complicated, and you may want to do some more reading on the subject. As for actual print quality, the 750 and 1200 (large format version of the 750) offer the most photographic realism. Having said that, my wife and her friends notice no difference between my 1200 prints and my older 600 prints. There is a difference, they just don't know what to look for. So here is my theory. People who are not in the biz generally, or are not interested in the things that we all concern ourselves with specifically, think most all current Epson Inkjet prints (art/photographic) look great. The rest of us, myself included, first appreciate the image, then move closer to inspect for any printer "defects." If archival issues are not a concern, and if you or your intended audience is bothered by inkjet dots (on very close inspection), get the 750. Otherwise, prints from your 800 will look sharp and of high-quality to the rest of the world. Steve > > > I'm new to this list. i'm trying to find out if upgrading from the stylus > color 800 to a photo 700 or photo 750 is worth it. Do they use up more > ink?? is the quality much much better?? I want to print really great > photos, 8x10's etc...but i also want to be able to print decent black and > white text sometimes...but i don't care so much for it as I do for photo > quality prints - Please turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for instructions.
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