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Old 06-20-2005, 11:09 PM   #1
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Default Decisions, decisions ...

Life seemed simple when I decided to by an Epson R1800 -- I just had to wait till I'd saved the money.

Then people started talking about the new 2400.

Now I've just read a mini-review of the Stylus Pro 4800. It's all too much.

I have a client (on the days I work as a picture framer) who is an artist and she's looking for someone to produce high-quality prints of her paintings. The place she used to go to for prints is no longer producing prints of sufficient quality and there doesn't seem to be anyone else in the area providing the service. I'm wondering if maybe I should start.

Does anyone know if the 4800 would provide good quality prints onto canvas or similarly textured paper? What else should I consider before embarking on this?

   
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