For printers based around ISO paper sizes in metric, I guess you'd either round it (43cm, in this case) or just use the standard paper size nomenclature - it's an A3+ printer. The printer was also able to find that there was new firmware available, and install it for me. Présentation de l'imprimante Epson SC-P600. I use Costco for 12x18($4) and 16x20($7) prints, but not for 200 or 300. This will be added to the recent sizes listed when setting paper sizes for new sheets of paper. NiSi is well known for its filters and accessories, but this $579 15mm F4 lens marks the first time the company has dipped its toes into the world of lenses. Previously I had an Epson 3880, which required a minor head cleaning cycle after as little as a week of idle time. As far as I’m concerned it really is empty. See for yourself how it performs. I was surprised how well the photographs looked. Much easier me thinks compared to 1/32nd incrementals. No, the literal successor to the 3880 is the 4880, and the successor to that is the P5000. Those must be fun to change. Specifically, the P700 is 20" wide and the P900 is 24" wide. I know it's the paper tray, but at first glance, they looked like big antennas for OTA firmware updates to limit 3rd party ink usage. The printer needs space around it for paper feeding and output. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); See all of Keith's 1000+ articles and reviews, We're an Amazon affiliate. One new feature is the way you can customise it when printing. You can see where I’ve also displayed the print setting. I’ll order my foot long, thank you very much and you can enjoy munching on your 30.48 cm hot dog. As a test, I’d suggest leaving two identical prints overnight with only a note on the back as to which is which setting? I like Epson photo quality, best I've seen, but I sure hope the new printers have addressed the frequent clogging. They are also printed using the Epson Premium Luster profile. New updated info we receive will be added to our Epson News page. This works in Epson Print Layout for example. The estimated MSRP for the new P700 and P900 printers are $799 and $1,195 respectively. BTW this estimate was pretty accurate. The paper just feeds into the rear of the printer which will beep when it’s detected. Remember that printing is (for me) about making a great looking print, not an exercise in spurious colorimetric accuracy. Awaiting a P900 to see about that one. Don’t connect any Ethernet or USB cables yet though. Hopefully I can find some labs in my area that offer these papers or else I will have to get one of these printers. If you want to print A3+ and use the front feed (for paper or board), you also need space at the back for the media to load. Also while the P5000 is a bit more expensive, it's cartridges hold 4x the amount of ink as the P900 cartridges and cost around $90, and considering I expect the P900's cartridges to cost around $50, that's some significant cost savings in ink. I didn’t do a detailed comparison, but for photo papers I couldn’t see any obvious differences. All content, design, and layout are Copyright © 1998 - 2021 Digital Photography Review All Rights Reserved. UltraChrome PRO10 10-color ink technology with up to a 6 percent wider color gamut than the SureColor P600 and P800 printers. These are handled differently, so the display prompts for which is intended. Don’t take my observations above as a criticism of the excellent print quality I got from the P700. Not so compelling. The custom size can be set from the front panel as well. This is printed using the default ‘darker’ setting for ABW (no – not a name for the ‘default’ I’d have chosen either…), Moving to the Hot Press Bright paper (a smooth matte art paper) at the highest quality setting (Q5), a slight crunch of shadow detail is apparent, but the dmax is a fairly good 1.7. Did you happen to compare results between the Epson supplied profiles vs. the customer ones you made? For any paper loaded, you can set paper details on the front display. It's 100% consistent, better colors and clarity, faster and more. There are lots of improvements that may tempt you, but to suggest your prints will somehow be loads better is to imply that the P600 is in some way deficient. It isn’t. They both get me from point A to point B in comfort. This means no more black ink switching when changing paper types.". When I initially spoke with the Canon rep, he told me to download the program for the camera (he told me to make up a model like the 8D, even though I shoot Nikon). Very slight and you have to look for it at just the right angle, but enough that I’d not print my B&W images on some photo papers at other than the first three quality settings. (11x14" images on 13"x19" paper mounted on 16x20" mat boards with 11x14" opening). They don't want someone to have 2 year old ink in the P900. More frustrating? L'Epson SC-P700 remplace la célèbre imprimante Epson SC-P600 en apportant de réelles avancées mais dont la principale était pour le moins attendue de tous les tireurs : il n'est plus nécessaire de purger les noirs pour passer de l'encre noire photo à l'encre noire photo matte. In the P700 the violet/blue ink gives a bit of a boost in this gamut comparison between profiles for a fine art paper on the P600 and P700. I am not sure about the core media, it would be weird for the cheaper P700 to include a core media holder, but not the more expensive one. This example  has black image borders and is printed borderless. Though I suppose the droplet size helps. People using only metric can also say the same thing.And about your nuts sizes, you conveniently didn’t list sizes which are multiples of 1/16”, which also exist. The Epson P400 seems better adept reproducing punchy, brilliant colors. So if I wanted to print about 200-300 13" or 17" prints, would it be more cost effective to buy one of those printers, or get them from a printing company. An error I am not repeating. Fantastic details! The P700 replaces the P600, which I reviewed a while ago and found to be capable of very good prints. I have tried to download Canon's printer management software in the past but was not able to figure out how to work it. It's a fact that printers up to A3/+/++, due to their use as proofing tools -and not only- are fully compliant with metric system and the larger formats size is sometimes expressed in inches. Not a single problem in 7 years.2) The used-ink cartridge can be easily exchanged by the user. Now how many inches go in a foot again? The posterboard setting has quite big end margins. But recently one of those labs dramatically reduced their paper selection: no more Hahnemuhle Bamboo and William Turner. Surely the solution is to not waste so much ink in the first place (due to cost as well as environmental regarding both the ink and the packaging)? Don’t think you can check by closing it, since the printer then goes into a cycle trying to recognise the carts loaded…. However, if you have any specific questions let me know directly. Only problem was if I went a week without printing, I would get clogged ports. In general I use it for maybe 1 or 2 prints a week. With art papers like Epson hot and cold press I found the top loader just fine (only one sheet at a time though). But, if as mentioned in another response, the new printer is getting 25% more printing for the same amount of ink, then the 50ml is effectively 62.5ml. The cartridges for the P900 are larger and are 50mL each. EPA? While the P700 and P900 do not have the 12 channel print head of their larger siblings, they do include a new 10 channel MicroPiezo AMC Print Head which features dedicated channels for Matte Black and Photo Black ink. The P5000 with it's 200ml cartridges is for someone who is printing many prints every day, the P900 is for someone who's printing a couple prints a week. If one does not print in volume and regularly it is far cheaper to outsource let the lab worry about maintaining equipment. There is a lot of clever design in the printer – the fold away rear roll paper holder is a great example. Setting paper on the printer helps reduce errors and the preview on the screen is just useful. I live in Europe and when someone talks about A4 category printers it is pretty clear what paper size I would use... As a metric fan myself, it never fails to amaze me to see you misdirect your ire towards dpreview. Articles below by Keith (Google's picks for matching this page). I don't understand these companies that build nice roll media printers without cutters. The SureColor P700 and P900 printers include a new set of Epson UltraChrome PRO10 inks. Obviously you have never worked in a printing lab. Hahnemuhle makes many OBA-free papers now so I have a good idea what papers to choose if I ever have to print. Update: Continued testing shows that after this initial setup and use, the maintenance tank fills very slowly and is likely to last quite a while – essentially just borderless overspray and cleanings adding to it. Funny how all Americans and some Brits can deal with a 105mm lens but ask them their height in cms and they would not have a clue. Researchers at the University of Arizona have used NASA's HiRISE camera, which is onboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, to capture high-resolution images of the Valles Marineris canyon on Mars. Image credit: Epson. The print trays and feed are all more robust than their lightweight design could suggest to some. Godox, the maker of many lights and lighting accessories, has announced the AD100Pro. If you print a lot of different sizes and types of print, then seeing the print like this gives that extra bit of confidence all is well. Yes, there were some adjustments but I do not have to spend a weeks salary on ink keeping the heads clean. Would be great to hear your thoughts. EASA recently passed a uniform set of rules for commercial and hobbyist drone pilots. No complaints. The P700 with it’s two grey inks produces excellently neutral B&W prints on a range of papers. I wonder if they have published the price for the roll holder - if it's cheap, what does it matter? Two features stood out to me as a long time user of Epson printers: Ink swapping and the screen. I’m a scientist and work in the metric system every day. But are the photos good enough for casual use? Printing should be similar for other editing applications and on Win PCs, *This is the ‘mystery paper’ I’ve used in several articles, since I’ve an unmarked box of the stuff. See my comment above: I've never had a problem with any Epson printer and haver several down the years.It really is pure joy to run out your own prints, but be prepared to tweak endlessly to get the final result you want. This is a larger and higher quality screen than the P600 and feels far better designed from a usability and functionality point of view. Why is this? Not in whole EU though, mainly in UK. I have had great experience with Epson printers in terms of image quality but Canon printers I have had have been more stable and reliable. 50ml @ 45 is €0.90-- but at 62.5ml (effectively), the price drops back down to €0.72/ml, and if it's actually 28% as given above, then it's €0.70/ml-- Which is very, very close to the 80ml for €55. Mileage may vary. Why not just use excellent printing services? In the course of testing, I’ve printed a lot of copies of this particular version of my B&W test image. The Nikon Z7 II has the same great ergonomics as its predecessor, but has more processing power, dual card slots, 4K/60p video, improved autofocus and more. The space requirements are lifted directly from the P700 manual. Regarding network settings, the SureColor P700 and P900 printers include new 2.4 and 5 GHz wireless functionality. Epson SureColor SC-P900 and SC-P700 printers. What about metric values for paper formats etc.? I’ve printed directly from Photoshop via its print dialog, and using EPL as a Photoshop plugin, where it’s accessed from the Automate menu. Pro1000 needs to be used daily (mandatory cleaning cycles every 60 hours). I've not gone back since - if i want a print I'll contact an online service. [click images to enlarge]. I’m of the opinion that as long as you have enough real detail in an image for the size then the actual PPI setting sent to the printer makes no significant difference. That shine needs some care though, with the plastic (clear) top being all to easy to mark with very fine scratches. Good to know they are improving things even more. With borderless and roll printing options the P700 expands the range of print types you can try. At the most basic level photography has three components, input, processing, and output. If you want 200ml cartridges, the p5000 is there and it has a built in roll cutter so you can use roll media better, and it's more heavy duty so the printer will last a lot longer. It’s a perfectly reasonable measurement to take, but the problem is that without context it is meaningless. Every new photo printer has to use more cartridges. That’s just because you’re accustomed to it. Can you confirm the P700 the front loading tray is required to be closed, same as P600, when printing poster board? Further, they include a new violet ink channel, which will improve the appearance of blues, violets and purples … Sometimes the printer sets for weeks at a time turned off between print jobs. P600 25.9 ml (left) vs P800 64 ml (right) Starter Ink Cartridges. For thicker art papers and board (up to 1.6mm) there is a front feed, and for roll paper, there is a feed mechanism at the rear. After the paper is drawn in, you need to shut the loading tray. An endless tale of woe there, so the moral is stick with OEM stuff. Take care with the clear plastic top of the printer – the plastic is easy to scratch. Currently, a full ink-set for the previous P600 and P800 models is $333 and $567 respectively. EPSON SureColor P700 with a new design for its built-in roll support. 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"If this really means that the P700 and the P900 will not work if non-Epson cartridges are installed, and no one comes up with a work-around, would that keep you from buying them? Will the P900 and/or P800 print 16x24 to a 17x25 cut sheet? @Adam2Let us know how your 4 and 1/32 inch lens works. Imperial units were based on common, intuitive reference points; body parts, how far a legionnaire walked, etc. Here’s a more normal printer display, albeit with progress bar and time estimate. Whilst some might consider it a luxury, I really do like being able to see my print being printed this way. If you wanted, you can think of it as a smaller version of the 17″ P900. Their main rivals, Canon and HP, haven’t been as visible as Epson, despite making some very solid devices. Join filmmaker Justin Balog and his cycling partner Remi McManus as they take a trip through the Sonoran desert in the Southwestern United States with the Panasonic Leica DG Vario-Summilux 10-25mm F1.7 ASPH. I have my Canon Pro-1000 for a couple of months now. Could I get a few measures with metric dimensions, pretty please? I can also overlay multiple pages of print information. Weight 20 Kg.- The 4880/P5000 are real "Production" printers according to EPSON. The Epson ICC profiles are marked P700/900 and are interchangeable. What printers did you use? During my printing of this B&W test image I’ve four low warnings. The ink needs to fill the lines and replace the shipping fluid. Perhaps the best approach would be to pursue the residual ink issue where the printer indicates the cartridge is empty and there is still usable ink. Personally I’d like to see the initial installation carts filled with more ink. Carbon Black Overcoat technology results in improved black density on glossy media. The output directly printed from Luminar, On1, and my old Lightroom 5 pales in comparison. Even looking at other people's work, I prefer to see them in print. Chris and Jordan show you how it works. L’alimentation du papier en rouleau a été repensée pour les deux machines avec une intégration directe du support dans la SC-P700 et en … Wonderful! This is a pretty old news in Japan but I had a suspicion as soon as ESPON started a mail-in rebate. But has there been any dramatic improvement in the printer head technology? The printer is some 30% smaller than the P600, but still manages to fit in a roll paper holder, which extends from the back when used. That is a boatload of cash! Spending the money needed to switch? Colors have always been spot on and my black and whites are good enough that my prints hang in the county art museum. It’s a massive improvement on the plastic roll paper holders which used to just clip on the back of some older printers. I also found that showing work in print has changed the level of conversation around my images. The subtle bronzing changed colour in a way suggesting it was an optical interference effect. I've owned 5 epson printers, all printed beautifully, which is why I kept using Epson. What is escaping many of you is some of my tongue in cheek humor along with the astute observation that the Imperial measures are born out of practical and familiar references. As expected. The Epson P600 had a bit of a head start on the Canon PRO-1000, launching a few months before the Canon device. The power connector is at the rear, and once you’ve cleared all the packing, you can switch the printer on. The prints above are from when I produced an A3+ profiling target (~3k patches) for Epson TPP paper at each of the 5 print quality options. A new box weighed 110g whilst the full one weighed 365g, Needless to say I don’t expect the maintenance cart to need replacing so quickly, and had a chat with Epson…, I’m now told that P700 printers (in Europe at least) will ship with a spare maintenance tank. Using gear from two purchases had more impact on my development as a photographer. Finally, I’m very eager for the P900 extension of your articles, which I intend to buy as I have still lots of Epson paper from a broken 3800. Exposure X6 is the latest Adobe Lightroom competitor from Exposure Software. Here’s a detail, showing the 22+ minutes it too to print the page at the absolute highest quality setting. . ", p.s. The red and orange inks help push color saturation. New MicroPiezo AMC print head with dedicated channels for photo black and matte black. The Epson ABW print mode in printer drivers is fine tuned to give better black and white prints, It incorporates toning/tinting, so unless you’re doing mixed colour/B&W prints the ABW mode is best. The Epson Media Installer software is an optional software install, which can be used to acquire media settings and profiles. The best high-end camera costing more than $2000 should have plenty of resolution, exceptional build quality, good 4K video capture and top-notch autofocus for advanced and professional users. Overall I got some great looking prints from the P700. Moreover, and what makes the system really unbeatable: the prefixes used in the metric system are the same for measures of distance, volume or weight and the ratio is *always* a factor of ten. I switched from an Epson 3880 to a Canon Pro-1000 because of the Epson's tendency to clog after as few as 7 days without use. I have read multiple reports for issues with Canon Image Prograf pro-1000, but ink swap and clogging was a no-go for me with previous Epson generation. Perhaps the only thorough one in the websphere–well done! No more black ink swap. But well worth it. Well the display of what ink needs replacing is replaced by a ‘helpful’ notice that the cover is open. The first is using Epson Premium Luster at the mid quality level, measured without UV, The line of ‘L’s is good and straight showing that there’s no undue crunching of shadows. Epson, MicroPiezo, PrecisionCore, PrecisionDot, UltraChrome, SureColor and are trademarks or registered trademarks, Epson Preferredis a service mark, and EPSON Exceed Your Vision is a registered logo mark of Seiko Epson Corp. The P900 has a lot more ink left, and is wider – review due in a week or so. The image was printed directly from Photoshop with a 1.25m long custom page size for 13″ width paper. The print is 3.9 metres long. Speaking of black and white prints, the Epson P700 and P900 include a new Carbon Black printing mode, which increases the DMAX by up to 11 percent versus the SureColor P800. Both thick paper and board have a straight paper feed path, so need space at the back. The metric system is alive and well in American Universities and labs though. A friend has a P600, with repeated head clogging issues. The look is shiny black box. Awaiting my P900 here in the states – perhaps before Winter hits. It really depends on what one deems important and prefers. I owned an Epson R2400 photo printer for 10+ years which I used for printing photos on larger semi-gloss or gloss paper usually color. I admit I've been out of the loop for a long time. MicroPiezo's will likely always have "issues". Here’s a print on ‘Double A4’ paper (210mm x 594mm), with another sheet ready to go in the top feed. (and, yes, I know I can convert easily using the internet.). Do you know whether the new printer handle this colour correctly? But geez Epson, let's work on keeping printing affordable as well! It makes the interface and physical buttons of the P600 look dated. Are Canon printers more reliable? I would imagine it would be cheaper to print at home if done often and in quantity. I have no experience with them as I have always just used professional labs/printers. The print size is set to A3+, with roll paper selected in the driver. I’ve covered the setting up of the printer in much more detail in my ‘Setting up the P700 printer‘ article. If I am not mistaken, a few years ago the Americans missed Mars because of their insistence on this outdated unit system and they didn't even blink... What hope do you have with your efforts? DPReview TV's Don Komarechka is famous for his snowflake macro photography. Keith, Be honest in your evaluation, and maybe ask someone else if they can see a difference. Actually you should never consider buying A4 printers for photo use, this is way too expensive comparing to outsourcing. At the moment, there is no ‘user’ access to the tools for doing this, You can however make your own copies of installed media and install them on your printer. This is the way the world of technology works for at least 50 years, isn't it? I'm not fixing what's not broken like my Epson was before. Would be interested to see what's the basic depth. Chris and Jordan tell us why it's a solid choice for many shooters. Question abt ICC profiling– I too have a print profiler (SpyderPrint). Ladies ACCESSORIES also are sold in inches ;p. @Photoman You can use approximation and talk about 43cm wide papers. The example above is some A3+ poster board – you do not want this hitting the wall as it comes out. Try measuring a board to fit an existing space and then cut for custom fit. The manufactures define the measurements, and they class the printers as 13" and 17" and so on in width. I’ll come back to this when looking at printer ink usage. The most obvious difference you’ll notice is print times. This mode uses the existing Light Gray ink channel and does not require a dedicated ink channel, such as Canon's Chroma Optimizer. Epson SureColor P600 would take about 16:40 to print 100 pages, Canon Pixma Pro-100 would take 1:24:45. I really underline this as a downsize. And the print cost is really the fraction of the other printers (not special ink so it might fade sooner or later that is true). We're glad you asked. 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