Inkjet vs chemical prints

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mike earussi Veteran Member • Posts: 8,231
Re: Inkjet vs chemical prints

Inkjet prints have more and better color, more dynamic range, better resolution and sharpness and don't look near as muddy as a RA-4 print. Most labs still use the RA-4 process because it's both cheaper and faster.

For B&W though it can be completely different if you're talking about actual single grade (as opposed to multigrade) paper. An excellent B&W printer can still produce results that are better than an inkjet print, though with a B&W ink set inkjet prints can come really close.

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