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good photo printer please


rickf

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Can someone recommend a good photo printer, preferably Epson, just either side of £100? Tell me your expereince of the recommendation pls. Thanks

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john bunyan

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I used to use Epson, but for quite a few years now have found Canon very good. I use a multipurpose Printer / scanner (MP650) but have a look at Canon website. Here is an example of a printer at about £80:

http://www.canon.co.uk/ForHome/ProductFinder/Printers/Inkjet/PIXMA_iP3600/

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DannyWig

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I have not owned an epson printer personaly but my dad has the Epson B42W Inkjet printer and he prints quite a few photos with it. He is were he bought the Epson B42W if you want to have a look at it.

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hssutton

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I use the Canon MG6150 which produces super colour prints MG6150 review

Well within your budget at PCWorld PCWorld

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rickf

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Thanks all who have responded. I have decided to go for the Epson PX720WD having done my research.

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rickf

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In case others might want to know. I got this today and setting wireless was as simple as loading the CD and follow the instructions. More importantly, the photo quality is excellent as if from a studio. The printer, I think, is very well built. So far I have not experienced any paper jams that some reviewers talked about. I am very pleased and consider this money very well spent. Hope this feedback helps.

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