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- Advanced media handling up to 13" wide - create panoramas over 10 feet long
- Unprecedented black density - Epson UltraChrome HD Ink for the richest blacks
- More productivity with high-capacity cartridges - nine 25.9 ml ink cartridges
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The advanced wide-format printer with unprecedented black density.
The all-new SureColor P600 features Epson UltraChrome HD Ink for extraordinary exhibition-quality prints. With unprecedented black density and breakthrough Resin Encapsulation Technology, the P600 delivers the richest blacks with an incredible level of sharpness. Three-level Black Ink technology delivers smooth tonal transitions for the finest black-and-white prints. High-capacity, individual ink cartridges improve your productivity. Advanced media handling allows you to easily print with a wide variety of fine art and roll papers. Create borderless 13 x 19 inches prints and panoramas over 10 feet long. Whatever you print, the SureColor P600 delivers such dramatically bold images, it sets a groundbreaking new benchmark in photographic quality.
What’s in the Box
- SureColor P600 Printer
- Set of initial ink cartridges
- CD/DVD tray
- Power cord
- User Guide Kit (Printer basics guide, CD-ROM with Windows and Macintosh utilities and Professional Driver Software, Start Here poster)
- Roll paper holders
- Accessory box
Advanced media handling
Supporting virtually any media type, the SureColor P600 features three versatile media paths including a top-loading, multi-sheet feeder; a front straight-through feeder; and a rear 2 inch-core roll feeder.
Epson UltraChrome HD Ink
Representing our next-generation of photographic ink technology, the all-new eight-color Epson UltraChrome HD Ink set resets the standard for photographic imaging excellence.
High-capacity ink cartridges
Individual 25.9 ml ink cartridges allow for high productivity. And, with both Photo and Matte Black inks installed, automatic black-ink-type switching is simple.
Advanced Black-and-White Photo Mode
Achieve a higher level of black-and-white prints. This advanced driver mode offers professional control to provide incredible neutral or toned black-and-white prints. Choose from one of four presets — neutral, warm, cool or sepia.
Color LCD touch display
A new 2.7 inch, touch-sensitive, front control panel with color LCD allows for printer setup and maintenance routines to be performed faster and easier. And, with a full-color display, printer status has never looked better.
Professional printer design
The rigidity of the internal chassis has been improved over previous models, resulting in more accurate feeding and dot placement.
Superior color vibrancy and tonal gradations
Three-level Black Ink technology delivers smooth tonal transitions for the finest black-and-white prints.
Standard connections include Ethernet, USB, and Wireless. Supporting both Apple AirPrint and Google Cloud Print services, your connectivity and workflow options are complete.
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|Printer Connectivity Type||USB; Wi-Fi; Ethernet||USB Cable | Wi-Fi | Mobile Memory||Wireless;Mobile; USB||Ethernet; USB; Wireless||Wireless;Ethernet; USB||Ethernet | USB Cable | Wi-Fi | USB Drive|
|Item Dimensions||30.3 x 21.6 x 17 in||27.2 x 15.2 x 8.5 in||17.3 x 27.8 x 12.5 in||21.7 x 26.9 x 21.7 in||27.2 x 15.2 x 8.5 in||12.8 x 24.5 x 8.6 in|
|Item Weight||41.3 lbs||43.2 lbs||35.3 lbs||43 lbs||43.9 lbs||27.5 lbs|
|B&W Pages per Minute||1||1.2||2.8 pages_per_minute||1||9 pages_per_minute||20 pages_per_minute|
|Media Size Maximum||13 x 19 inch||13 x 19 inch||13 x 19 inch||11 x 17 inch||13 x 19 inch||Paper Roll|
|Operating System||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac|
|Print Media Type||—||Paper (plain)||Paper (plain)||Paper (plain)||Paper (plain)||Paper (plain)|
|Printer Output||Color||Color||Color||Color, Monochrome||Color||Color|
|Resolution||—||4800 x 2400||5760 x 1440||—||—||5760 x 1440|
|Additional Features||Touch Sensitive Screen||cd-printing||network-ready||—||network-ready||color, photo|
The all-new Epson SureColor P600 features Epson UltraChrome HD Ink for extraordinary exhibition-quality prints. With unprecedented black density and breakthrough Resin Encapsulation Technology, the P600 delivers the richest blacks with an incredible level of sharpness. Three-level Black Ink technology delivers smooth tonal transitions for the finest black-and-white prints. High-capacity, individual ink cartridges improve your productivity with fewer user interventions. Advanced media handling allows you to easily print with a wide variety of fine art and roll papers. Create borderless 13" x 19" prints and panoramas over 10 feet long. Whatever you print, the SureColor P600 delivers such dramatically bold images, it sets a groundbreaking new benchmark in photographic quality.
Top Customer Reviews
I bought this instead of the Epson R3000 as this has just been released and has had rave reviews on the Web and in Print.
Amateur Photographer gave it 5/5 stars in the latest review, and the results are superior to any other comparable printer out there!
So bottom line is, if you're thinking about buying this but cannot decide between this or the R2000 or R3000 - or Canon/HP offerings, just go for this, it is Seiko Epson's latest offering and has their latest and best results and user friendliness.
The box was very heavy, weighing around 40 lbs and contained the printer, all the inks - complete 9 pack with full 25+ml capacity.
The package also contained accessories for Roll Paper and CD/DVD printing and a CD Rom plus simple instructions.
It was very easy to set up - easily explained on the leaflets inside.
The wonderful thing about this is the WiFi wireless printing. The printer is BIG, so I connected it in my Darkroom/Studio upstairs and not in my room where my Macintosh and Scanner are.
Turn on the printer and set it up as instructed, installing the inks too - and it's touch screen interface gives you the option of connecting to your Wireless network - basically the same procedure an iPhone or Computer would use- you select the WiFi network out of available networks and type in the password.
I switched on WiFi on my Mac and selected printers on the preferences and it had already discovered it!
I then went on Epson's website and downloaded the P600 driver package which I installed with a few clicks.
I use Photoshop CS4 to print, and on that the ICC Profile was present of the Printer plus papers etc.
Printing was a doddle, everything is straight forward on the menu to sleect - you can use the Printer to handle colour or use Photohsop to do it and the paper types plus tray/feeder/front load selections are all there and the print quality is astounding.
I printed just two different test prints which were very accurate in colour, very vibrant and had great deep blacks. Flawless, gob smackingly brilliant!
I then went straight into my project which consisted of three prints to be mounted and framed - these were to replace identical photographs I had done in a Lab on Fuji Crystal Archive paper - and the three prints I made (on Epson Ultra Glossy Photo) simply BLEW the lab prints away in all ways - sure the Lab prints weren't professional.
The colour is wonderful, the gradients and tonality is astounding - I scan Medium Format Fuji Velvia and Kodak Ektachrome (of which the three prints I made were scanned from) and the prints were befitting the nature of the Slides! Of course, you'll never get Cibachrome/Ilfochrome but you sure as hell are going to get some fantastic end products using the various papers available.
I'm looking to order some Epson Traditional Fiber based paper for another project and am looking forward to it - I an only imagine how Fiber paper or Fine Art will look!
It's so clever, you press print, and the wireless method is blindingly fast! Within a couple of minutes your photo has been printed beautifully.
So there you go, brilliant printer, easy peazy to set up, quick to print, looks great, build quality is top notch - it's a heavy big beast! Ink cartridges are BIG 25ml monsters and the end product is breath taking.
NB. The other reviewer (on amazon.co.uk) has made more prints than I, but he possibly received a dud, I've used Epson printers and scanners for years and years and I find that they're the Best in their ranges in terms of build quality and longevity, I have had my Epson 4990 scanner since 2006 without any problems.
The Box - it's a BIG cardboard box, easily opened with a blade along the brown tape sealing it, and you lift out some polystyrene to access the printer - my box and packaging is all intact so I don't know how the other reviewer manged to rip his up!
Apple Photo's works great!
Use Colorsync to install the ICC profiles for other papers.
Epson papers profiles are auto installed in your Library (Mac OS X)
Made a few more prints and tried the front loading with Hahnemühle Canvas matt (A4) I downloaded the ICC from their website - installed in the colorsync folder in Library.
Made two prints one colour one BW. The Printer auto swapped ink for the black matt ink - SUPERB results!
Easy straight forward, as the Printer tells you what to do!
Made another two 8"x8" prints on the Ultra Glossy - using Photos - superb results!
Apple Aperture 3.6 is IDEAL for printing with this.
Simple, straight forward and a God send with everything you need there on the first pop up!
Printed a photo of Barmouth Harbour which was shot with Agfa Ultra 100 and a 21mm Biogon lens on a Contax G2.
The print was sublime, lush, saturated popping colours without looking garish, fine detail, great shadow detail and gorgeous.
I think Apple Aperture and the Epson SC-P600 will be my final print combination.
Made a complete set of Prints on what I believe to be The Best Photographic paper for this printer - Epson Traditional Photo paper, also known as Epson Exhibition Fine Art Fiber paper. A Fiber based paper which is very close to traditional fiber based photographic paper.
The prints were another level entirely compared to the Ultra Glossy.
So to conclude, after using this printer for many prints, with different papers and software I can only say that my experience has been 5/5 stars and the printer is better than I expected it to be.
Several prints later, no problems. reviewer was probably unlucky as happens with electronic items at times.
NB. Another reviewer (on amazon.co.uk) has complained about the print not looking as if it's a part of the paper, and looking as if it's over it.
This is not the case, perhaps the other user needs to learn how to print.
Printing on Epson Premium Ultra Glossy and Epson Exhibition Fiber (Epson traditional photo paper) the ink has merged beautifully with the paper. The Ultrachrome HD ink and the printer itself are but upgraded versions of the tried and tested and supreme R3000 printer, so any criticism of this kind os obviously an error with the user's methods.
The correct ICC Profile's for the relevant Paper can be downloaded and installed!
And as for printing the whole area - I guess that depends on the settings. I've never had cause to print a whole paper (I print to fit a frame size in the aspect ration/dimensions gathered from the scan I customise in Aperture).
After 3 weeks of printing, and getting to grips with colour, wysiwyg profiling and getting my vision from screen to final print I'm extremely happy with my purchase.
The print quality, done the correct way, with the correct profile, and with the relevant paper is simply breathtaking.
I have to admit, the Epson Exhibition Fiber Paper (USA) / Traditional Photo Paper (in UK) is phenomenal! Brilliant look and feel and very precious when coupled with a worthy print. It's my paper of choice, it has the perfect balance of lustre and fine art mat quality with that real fiber look. Prints meld with the paper. To be honest, I had my heart set on this paper anyway, from reviews and from the fact that I adore using Fiber based paper in my Darkroom and love the quality and feel and look which is way beyond anything resin coated - drying Fiber paper after printing in the darkroom is a royal pain, no more ironing the paper or using a hoffman press with this Epson! For BW it's simply superb, I would not use mat fine art paper for BW as this has so much depth to it and is a different class.
I also printed B&W on this same paper and the results were fantastic - don't ever expect the same as a traditional expertly done darkroom wet print on high quality Fiber paper - but expect something which is about as good as it gets in BW digitally and I am so happy!
So if you're serious about printing, and don't want to blow £1000's on the larger A2 range, then I can't think of any other printer than matches this - and reviewers in Magazines and Online think the same!
Last night the replacement P600 stopped printing Black color again. I called Epson this morning and they are sending another "Refurbished" unit. Another $279.00 waisted. I have changed my rating from 3 to 2 now. I am leaving 1 more star for the next one.
Ask around before you order the P600. The first one could have been just bad luck. But 2 in a row with the same exact problem is no coincidence, there is something wrong.
Original Review: Feb, 2016
I was planing to write a review after using it for a while but unfortunately now I have to report that when it worked it was a great printer.
After only 3 months it was bricked. Called Epson, They said They will replace it with a refurbished one.
Just a warning to potential buyers. I don't think this is an isolated lemon.
The fact that they readily offer to replace it without the usual "lets try this lets try that" tells me that there is a bad batch or all of them are bad.
And it is just a matter of time for them to go.
Otherwise this is a great printer. Easy to setup and calibrate. The print quality is really great and plays very nice with Lightroom. I gave it 3 star because it is good printer and they offered to replace it. But with a refurbished one and I lose all my inks that I just replaced. I am not happy.
Hope this help some of you save some money (9x$31= $279.00) worth of inks purchased just recently on Amazon.
I like the touchscreen menu system, which makes it easy to change the settings. There are also some Epson phone apps that allow you to print photos directly from your phone over the wifi connection (not something I'd do often, but on rare occasion it makes a convenient way to get prints for visiting relatives, etc).
My primary issue with the printer so far is the way it shares a line between the photo black ink and the matte black ink. If you were previously printing a glossy print and you want to switch to a matte paper for something, the printer first has to clear the line of any photo black that's in there, which wastes several dollars worth of ink. Then the same thing has to happen again when you switch back. It's inefficient and costly, and I may not be an engineer, but I can't think of a single reason why this is necessary (especially considering the competing Canon photo printers manage to have separate lines). So the upshot is that I find myself subconsciously avoiding doing any work with the matte ink because I don't want to waste money. I looked it up, and switching from matte to photo black uses 3 ml of ink (more than 11% of the cartridge capacity!) while going in the other direction uses 1 ml. There's a "Save Ink" option in the menu system that reduces it to 1 ml in each direction, but I'm not sure what the drawback would be. I assume it has something to do with potential mixing/contamination of the two inks. I'm willing to take that chance, I think.
The cost of ink is going to be an important consideration. You've probably heard it a hundred times before: manufacturers supposedly take a huge loss on printers because they know that you'll get locked in to their ink cartridges, and that will more than make up for the printer that they practically gave away. This printer may be more expensive than many, but the idea is still the same. Consider that currently, the replacement ink set will run you $279. I tried to find some statistics on usage levels, and if you search for "red river P600 cost per print", the first result will be a link to a useful breakdown of approximate cost. They did 200 (8x10) prints at the lower quality level (1440x720) and found that you're averaging one cartridge change about every 30 prints. This means that the total cost per 8x10 is around $1. Of course, that price goes up when you print at either of the higher resolutions, but unfortunately the test did not include any of this information.
I'm currently looking into refillable cartridges, I figure it's worth a shot. If it doesn't work out, I can always switch back, but the potential cost savings is significant.
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