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Re: Epson 3800


I agree it is a great printer.  If you haven't tried the Advanced Black and White option (ABW), you should — it produces fantastic warm to cool B&W prints.

I always feed transparency film through the top, as I do the paper.  Works fine.  If the paper has a curl to it, such as roll papers, I make sure the curl is in the vertical direction, same as the feed, not the direction of the printhead.

Enjoy your 3800!

Best Wishes,
Mark Nelson

Precision Digital Negatives
PDNPrint Forum @ Yahoo Groups
Mark I. Nelson Photography

In a message dated 4/27/08 11:51:38 AM, marekmatusz@hotmail.com writes:

My Epson 3800 just came in and it is a beauty. My first color print came out just perfect. No calibration, a supplied Epson profile, no messing around. My question now is where should I feed the trensparency for printing negatives. I want to print both pictorico and ultrafine. I know pictorico should be no problem. Anybody printing ultrafine transparencied on this printer?

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