Epson at Focus on Imaging 2008

February 18, 2008 | Mark Goldstein | Focus On Imaging | 1 Comment |

EpsonEpson will be showing their largest printer, the 64” Stylus Pro 11880 and their smallest, the PictureMate 260, at this year’s Focus On Imaging show. Also the Stylus Photo R1900 will be demonstrated in the UK for the first time. Mike McNamee, editor of Professional Imagemaker and Paul Gallagher, photographer and monochrome specialist who will be doing short talks on the stand. Finally, a media gallery will show the wide range of options, including premium glossy, traditional photo, canvas and fine art which are available to choose from.

Epson UK Press Release

Focus on Epson

A wealth of product, robot technology and more on Stand C10, Hall 9

Epson will be showing their largest LFP model, the 64” Stylus Pro 11880 and their smallest photo printer, the PictureMate 260 and lots more in between. The latest Stylus Photo R1900 with its staggering 18,446,774 trillion colour combinations, will be demonstrated in the UK for the first time.

A number of scanners will be demonstrated, helping consumers to decide if an ‘all-in-one’ will meet their needs or whether separate is best for them.

Professional photographers will be able to see Epson’s new inkset, UltraChrome K3 with Vivid Magenta, being used with the latest LFP models.

All will be able to learn from two masters; Mike McNamee, editor of Professional Imagemaker and Paul Gallagher, photographer and monochrome specialist who will be doing short talks on the stand. These short talks will include subjects such as using colour profiles, using the advanced black and white driver, Epson media choices, fine art printing, colour proofing and matching colour and screen. Mike will talk about ‘Advanced Colour Printing’, whilst Paul will cover ‘Advanced Monochrome Printing’.

The media gallery will show the wide range of options, including premium glossy, traditional photo, canvas and fine art which are available to choose from.

Combining Epson’s patented AcuGrip(tm) robotic technology and Epson’s patented Micro Piezo(tm) inkjet technology, the new Discproducer(tm) PP-100 will be on show for the first time in the UK. The Discproducer is a compact integrated desktop disc duplication solution designed for photographers, businesses and organisations that need to create professional quality customised CDs or DVDs on demand. Whether the photographer wants to produce a digital portfolio, present a professional disc of images to a client or produce instantly recognisable archive discs, the Discproducer is the answer.

Debuting on the MPA stand (Q24) is Epson Gemini 4 - all the professional photographer needs for high quality and flexible studio printing. Epson Gemini 4 puts the photographer in charge from capture to print without leaving the studio. Incorporating powerful image enhancing and digital workflow tools, the photographer can do everything a professional photo lab can whilst adding their own distinctive creative flair.

So come and visit us, Focus on Epson and exceed your vision!



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#1 sam

where can see the photo of Stylus Pro 11880?

8:57 am - Tuesday, February 19, 2008