Practical impact of droplet size (Pro-1000 v. P900)

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Practical impact of droplet size (Pro-1000 v. P900)

Theoretically the smaller the droplet size gets, the better the print should be, as the printer is capable of rendering fine details more accurately.

I'm considering both the Canon Pro-1000 and the new Epson P900. The Canon features a 4pl minimum droplet size, while the Epson significantly improved it down to 1.5pl. The printing resolution is also in favor of Epson (whatever this means).

In practice, I have no idea how these numbers have any visible impact on the final print at the highest settings for both machines.

I have seen some incredible prints coming out from the Pro-1000, but still nothing really from the Epson due to its lacking availability. I'm talking about super fine details.

Can anyone shed some light on this droplet size thing?

I'm leaning over the Canon, but, in your opinion, does it make sense to buy this 5 years old printer now?

Thanks.

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