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I'm using the Xg inks in a 3000. The prints on XGamut Premium Glossy paper are great. The prints on XGamut Reflections paper fade (fade to blue) within a month in my environment. (San Diego weather, doors open, prints laying out with a breeze blowing through the house. If you cover part of a print, that part doesn't exhibit any fade.) I've found a good torture test is to leave a print laying on the output tray of my laser printer (on top, not in front or behind), with it turned on for just an hour or two a day. Leave it on all day and do some hourly printing and you'll see things fade really quickly. Going to be trying some of the Ilford papers soon, since I've been hearing so many good things about them. And they were nice enough to send out a sample pack of Photo paper when I responded to a message on this list. steveo Jack Kelly Clark wrote: <snip> > So, I guess my basic question is, does the Extreme Gamut inkset have a > large enough gamut to do a decent job for pre-proof proofing on a Stylus > 3000? > > I'm also open to suggestions on papers. Getting a little tired of the thin > PQIP. - 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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