Re: Paper negatives- Ink Selection
Hey Laura, forget everything I've said about this transparency film; I have better information now. I just discovered something amazing and embarrassing; I got to looking at the box this stuff came in, and it says right on the box what it is. It's made by Precision Imaging Inc, it's called Transparency Film for inkjet printers #10-401, Clear, and I searched out the manufacturer and called them and found that it's a lot cheaper ordering directly from Precision Imaging than from filmsource ($10.55 for a box of 50 vs $17.50 from filmsource). Here's the website:
Thanks a million; if you hadn't asked, I may never have figured that out.
On Oct 17, 2008, at 7:38 AM, Laura Valentino wrote:
I'll just say, gimme the stuff Katharine gets... :) Laura Katharine Thayer wrote:On Oct 15, 2008, at 12:35 PM, Laura Valentino wrote:Oh dear, I always paint myself into this corner whenever I mention the cheap transparency film that I use.Katharine Thayer wrote: With the cheaptransparency film I use, I won't have any need to go back to paper unless for some reason I can't get that film any more.Hi Katharine...what type of cheap film? I have the same printer as you. (actually the 1270, which is the Euro model).