Photographic evidence

9th June 2000 at 01:00
You can enjoy looking at photos from this printer for the rest of life, and your grandchildren too. Epson is guaranteeing the light-fastness (ie negligible fade) of prints from its new Stylus Photo 2000P for an astonishing 100 years - providing that they are printed with Epson's new pigment inks on Eson media. It's a claim that will impress those working in photography in schools and colleges as well as high street photographers. The 200P is available this month for pound;799 including VAT. It prints up to A3 and can also handle PostScript files.

www.epson.co.uk

Maureen McTaggart


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