New Epson printer for labs..
Article in French. But here is a quick translation:
The D700 SureLab freshly announced by Epson looks like a similar model launched by Fujifilm end of 2013, the Frontier-S DX100. Both models have everything in common except the name of the inks ... For it is indeed the characteristic of these minilabs: they use an inkjet printer, as opposed to solutions sublimation frequently used for printing on site.
The SureLab D700 uses 6 200 ml of ink cartridges. It accepts three types of media, matte, satin or glossy, that load in rolls 65 m long and widths of 4, 5, 6, 8 inches (10.2, 12.7, 15.2, 20, 3 cm) or A4 (21 cm). It prints the images in three definitions: 720 x 360 dpi (fast), 720 x 720 dpi (standard) and 1440 x 720 dpi (high quality). The prints are produced at a rate of 180 sheets per hour (3 per minute) and maximum quality of 360 sheets per hour (6 per minute) as standard printing. SureLab the D700 will be available in September at a price of € 2,995 HT ... the same price as Fuji.ilaire Fujifilm launched at the end of 2013, the Frontier S-DX100. Both models have everything in common except the inks used ... For the characteristic of these minilabs are that they use inkjet printer technology, as opposed to thermic sublimation frequently used for printing on site.