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I received a free sample pack also and got excellent results with my ESP EX (using the Photo Paper setting). Good saturation, accurate color, and no posterization or other anomalies. Note to Bob Meyer: have you tested this paper in your ozone chamber yet? Bernie Michael Plack wrote: > Here's a new paper from an unexpected source: TDK. They've just introduced > a new paper they're describing as "high performance." According to the > cover sheet accompanying the samples they sent, this paper employs a > 'breakthrough multi-layer coating technology on top of durable resin coated > backing stock.' On their website: www.tdk.com.ijp they've added the phrase: > "InksetT micro-resolution ink fix layer ." > > At 11.8 mil, the Reference grade paper has a solid feel to it and the sample > images included in the package, printed on a six color printer (can't > imagine which brand) are impressive to say the least. > > The paper comes in two grades: reference and professional. For some strange > reason, the reference is heavier. The professional weighs in at only 10.2 > mil. Here's what they say about the professional paper: > > "Enables your photo-quality inkjet printer to produce professional quality > glossy photographs suitable for gallery framing, archiving, color proofing, > and distribution." > > There's nothing to back up the claim of 'archiving,' but from the look and > feel of this paper, it's worth checking into. > > Michael Plack > > PS: Wonder if it has a way of recording sound <<<g>>> > > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. - 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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