OK, so I'm the only one on the list who doesn't know what a "Quadtone RIP"
is (somehow, 4-color previews of Rhode Island Peanuts or Rochester
Institute of Parsecs seem unlikely). I might manage to look it up but
it's been a difficult week & anyway, where?... I'm paying special
attention, however, as current project could tear me from my beloved old
On Mon, 18 May 2009, Loris Medici wrote:
Ditto, I have an HP9180 which is a wonderful printer for both ordinary color/B&W prints and digital negatives but I still wish I had an Epson just to be able to use Quadtone RIP (I like the idea of having more control). Next one will be an Epson definitely. Regards, Loris. 17 Mayıs 2009, Pazar, 6:47 pm tarihinde, Paul Viapiano yazmış:Hellena... One of the biggest advantages to using an Epson printer is the ability to use QuadTone Rip for digi-neg production. It is without a doubt the single biggest advantage in my workflow. Like all things, there is a learning curve to climb but once you are dialed in you'll appreciate the control. Paul