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Draft copies from laser printer? - 04/03/2005
I am an aspiring wedding photographer currently using an Epson 950 printer which is great when I need top quality work printing, but it is expensive using Epson inks when I dont need the quality and compatables have been very variable and I have given up on them. I use genuine photographic paper for customers. I am thinking of getting another printer for general non-photo use but I am wondering if I can get maybe a colour laser printer that will give draft photos of reasonable viewing quality when viewed in a clear plastic wallet.

The other alternative is a budget inkjet. I have considered a Canon iP3000 which I understand is cheaper to run on Canon inks.

Does any body have any experience of colour laser printers?

Thanks




Replied - 04/03/2005
I am an aspiring wedding photographer currently using an Epson 950 printer which is great when I need top quality work printing, but it is expensive using Epson inks when I dont need the quality and compatables have been very variable and I have given up on them. I use genuine photographic paper for customers. I am thinking of getting another printer for general non-photo use but I am wondering if I can get maybe a colour laser printer that will give draft photos of reasonable viewing quality when viewed in a clear plastic wallet.

The other alternative is a budget inkjet. I have considered a Canon iP3000 which I understand is cheaper to run on Canon inks.

Does any body have any experience of colour laser printers?

Thanks




Replied - 05/03/2005
Try mediastreet.com

For about $200, they've got a system that will give you very nice prints for very low $$$. (Their inks come in 4 oz. bottles!)
Problem is, you'll like it so much you'll start burning through the paper!



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