Pigment Inkjet Printers
If your goal is long haul printing display or optimum possible print life, pigment inks are necessary. Pigment colorants are usually more steady than dye colorant over time. This stability comes at some cost; Pigment inks usually reproduce a smaller color gamut passages dye ink. In addition, pigment ink prints are more susceptible to handling harm, specially with matte and fine art news.
- 10 color printer pigment based picture and fine art printer
- Uses sheets 4" x 6" up to 13" x 26.61"
- Street price $650
In concise: For Canon followers who need fade resistant images. This printer carries out best with photobase shiny, luster, and metallic news.
- 12 color printer pigment based image and fine art printer
- Street cost $999
In simple: For Canon fans that require fade resistant prints and have a real interest in B&W result. This printer performs best with photobase shiny, luster, and metallic.
Epson SureColor P600
- Eight shade pigment ink picture and art work printer
- Uses sheets 4" x 6" up to 13" x 595"
- 13" roll capacity
- Street price $700
In simple: The P600 produces true-to-life colors and simple wealthy B&W images in the gamut of inkjet media.
Epson SureColor P400
- Eight shade pigment photo printer
- Uses sheets 4" x 6" up to 13" x 44"
- Street cost $500
In quick: built with a gloss optimizer cartridge, satin, luster, photo metallic, and glossy media certainly pop with this particular printer.
In quick: The R3000 creates true-to-life colors and natural rich B&W images in the gamut of inkjet media.