Here is an excellent review from another site: (sorry DPReview)http://www.pdnonline.com/pdn/gear/Product-Review-Epso-3736.shtml
If details are lost in the black and adjustments need to be made for bleaching in the whites, then how is this a gold printer? Is this an upgrade or superior to the R2800? Can anyone write a comparison between the new R3000 and the R2800 in abilities, please?
The greater the compression, the smaller the file size, the greater the data loss and increase in pixel size and decrease in resolution. This JPEGmini sounds like more amateurish junk. Probably OK for compressing for Email or sending over wireless devices. I would never use it for compressing good quality archived or stored images. I prefer Photoshop level 10, 11, 12. Less than that creates colour distortion and loss of detail and resolution. TIFF format compresses without image loss, for good quality images which need storing as well, it compresses with layers.