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Epson Stylus Photo 2000P Inkjet Printer

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  • 6-color Epson Archival Ink system for beautiful long-lasting photos
  • 1,440 x 720 dpi resolution in black and color
  • Supports borderless, edge-to-edge photo printing
  • Variable microdroplets for fine detail
  • USB, IEEE-1284 parallel, and optional Ethernet print server interfaces; PC and Mac compatible
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The Epson Stylus Photo 2000P inkjet printer was specifically designed with the professional photographer in mind. Providing quality printing for archival photo reproduction, it prints borderless, edge-to-edge images on sizes up to 13 x 44 inches. You can print in six rich colors using drop-on-demand Micro Piezo inkjet technology, and Epson's archival ink with MicroCrystal Encapsulation keeps colors long lasting and fade-resistant. Plus, you won't be caught dry, thanks to automatic low-ink detection.

This printer has an optimum resolution of 1,440 x 720 dpi for both black and color pages. Completed images arrive in under four minutes when printed on matte paper, and under six minutes when using semi-gloss sheets. While it can handle plain bond paper, it functions best when used with professional photo papers, including archival, glossy, watercolor, and radiant white matte. Maximum paper capacity is 100 sheets or ten envelopes.

The Photo 2000P printer is compatible with both Windows and Macintosh operating systems, which it accesses via either USB or parallel connections. It measures 21 by 30.3 by 16.3 inches and weighs just 18.5 pounds. A standard one-year limited warranty is included and supplemented by the Epson Exchange Program.

From the Manufacturer

The Epson Stylus Photo 2000P is the ideal inkjet printer for elegant, borderless, edge-to-edge photo prints that will last generations. One of the most respected names in digital photography, Epson introduces a revolutionary new photo inkjet printer and truly ingenious ink technology that redefines the color photographic print.

Key features include Archival Photo Reproduction Quality technology that provides continuous-tone photo quality with over 200 years of lightfastness. Six-color archival inks, MicroCrystal Encapsulation technology, and fast-setting scratch-resistant results will rival prints from a photo lab. Ultra-small variable microdroplets of ink and an intuitive use of droplet sizes achieve fine shadow detail and dazzling highlights, and better fill in solid areas across a gamut of colors. Award-winning Micro Piezo inkjet technology pinpoints precise ink droplet size and placement and eliminates misting and satellites.

The 2000P includes a roll paper holder for quick, easy loading of 4-inch, 8.3-inch, and 13-inch roll type paper. Enjoy your choice of Epson custom-engineered media, including semigloss, matte, luster, and watercolor. The unit is Windows and Mac compatible, with built-in USB and parallel connections, and it's flexible enough to perform with almost any application platform.


Product Information

Product Dimensions 24 x 30.3 x 16.3 inches
Item Weight 31.4 pounds
Shipping Weight 32 pounds
ASIN B00004Z9XE
Item model number C373011
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3.0 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,314 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Printers > Inkjet Printers
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes
Date first available at Amazon.com October 11, 2000

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By Stephen W. Hinch on August 25, 2001
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After receiving this printer and making numerous prints, I have decided to dismantle my traditional darkroom! For years I held back from going completely digital because photo quality printers were not up to the standards I had come to expect from my Cibachrome prints. All that has changed with the Epson Stylus 2000P. Image quality is superb, indistinguishable with the naked eye from silver halide-based prints. While I have not personally tested longevity, if the reported 200-year lifetime is anywhere near correct these prints are better than Cibachromes. And going digital has other advantages. I have already made outstanding prints from transparencies I would never have thought about printing in the past because of the complicated masks I would have had to create. A good photo software program (I use Corel PhotoPaint) makes it easy to do difficult contrast and color corrections. The 2000P was easy to set up. An excellent quick-start sheet had me making my first print less than 20 minutes after taking the printer out of the box. The Windows installation program was straightforward. The only thing I didn't like is that it made the 2000P my default printer without asking me. This was easy to fix. I was also surprised to discover it came with three boxes of papers: 50 sheets of premium luster, 50 sheets of archival matte, and 20 sheets of 13x19 watercolor paper. Plus a sample pack of various media. Nice job Epson. Don't plan to use this as your everyday printer. It is optimized for printing photos and should be used for such. A 13 meg photo took about 10 minutes to print using the parallel interface (I will convert to USB as soon as I get a cable), which might seem slow but is still faster than chemical-based prints.Read more ›
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I bought this printer based on reviews at ZDnet and News.com. They both claimed that this printer is the best thing since sliced bread, and I have to agree. I am a professional graphic designer. I use this printer to assist in making proofs for 11x17 posters and phone card designs. I have never seen photo quality this good on an inkjet. Photos on the 2000P look better than the output on my ALPS thermal wax printer, better than the hippopotamus-sized Tektronix at Kinkos, and better than the proofs I typically get when I send my QuarkXPress and Photoshop files to the print shop. One of the best features of this printer is its ability to print bleeds. I can print 11x17 right to the edge of the paper. The drawbacks... This printer is not for the amateur user. To get high quality output you really need to know what you are doing. You need to use the right kind of paper with the right print job. You need to understand the differences between the different print modes. You need to high quality source material (like 600dpi 32bit TIFF images). You need to read the manual. If you are taking pictures with a digital camera and you are expecting to plug in and get photo quality output right away, you are only going to be disappointed. Also, the printer is expensive to maintain (expect about $1.50/page when you factor in paper and inks), and very slow. I've found that it usually exceeds 5 minutes per page when printing photos. Of course, this printer is not designed for speed or ease of use, its designed to be an alternative to using a print shop for photo-quality proofs. Use it only as it was intended to be used, and you will cherish this printer.
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By A Customer on December 24, 2000
The quality of this printer is very good. However, the ink pigments behave strangely in different light...ie sun vs. indoor, so be prepared. Using a high end program like Photoshop is also a little complicated - it is important to keep all color adjustments off and make sure that all the outputs to media match exactly the PS and Mac ColorSync specs. But once you have probably wasted 20 to 40 sheets of paper, and you've got it right, it's really amazing. I have also had the best results with the semigloss paper, but it is difficult to come by in letter size.
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By A Customer on November 27, 2000
After owning an Epson 800C for the past 3 years it was bound to only get better...and better... The 2000P is FANTASTIC! As a graphic designer and photographer this printer is a dream. The color is quite accurate and when viewed with a loupe it's grain is close to what you would expect an actual photograph to look like. For proofing purposes or wall art I don't think you can beat the quality, the price or the convenience. Used correctly this is definitely something to cherish and is a great addition to any professional's desktop.
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I bought this printer to make prints of my original watercolor paintings at home. The quality is incredible. When the prints are printed on Epson's watercolor paper, I can barely tell the difference between the original painting and the Epson print! The printer is expensive, but is paying for itself very quickly. You need to read the manual and use the right paper for each job, and you'll be very happy with the results.
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Everyone who complains about this printer invariably doesn't know how to use it. Herein lies the problem. This printer yeilds better results for professionals than it does for people like the "color shifts" guy (who obviously doesn't know that a revision in Epson's semi-gloss papers had taken care of the problem long before he wrote his "review").
So, be careful to learn your craft, and this printer will give you absolutely outstanding results!
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