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Sergios, I will be interested in knowing the results of your test. As Bob Asked, did you resolve the frustration with this paper and your ex. I print on a 1200 with oem inks using a jon cone profile for WV matte paper and I had perfect results. Believe me, I know your frustration. I have just started my business and am in need of a cheap way to produce portfolios. I could have had a zillion prints made by the lab compared to the money and time I spent on digital printing. However, I feel the time was well invested. Epson has provided an avenue for photographers of all experiences and levels to create images with control on the entire process from shooting to printing. I remember waiting several days for prints at a lab and not only the colors were off but they cropped wrong or used the wrong paper. I too spent the money on the 1200 in September, spent my savings and many hours learning from this list and printing by trial and error. But now I can shoot an image, process the film, scan it and have a print in my portfolio the next day. I appreciate this convenience and I believe it was worth all the agony. I look forward to purchasing the 1270 when I can afford to. Until then, I will continue to experiment with the 1200. Sergios, check out jon cones profiles. They have worked for me. and may be you can find some relief to your frustration. Good Luck, Kim - 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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