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What ink jet colour printer would do the job at a bargain price?

Now I am involved in digital photography ameture level and wish to be professional soon as possible. Can you recommend a good entry level photo quality ink jet printer? I would prefer that it can print up to A3 size and no more than a couple of years old.

Asked By: kicking_back - 2/3/2007
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Look at the Epson Stylus Photo R260. It costs under $100 and supports many features in the print with preview in Photoshop. The ink is quite expensive (about $20 for each color and there are five ink cartridges plus black... More
Answered By: fhotoace - 2/4/2007
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HP has the best printers for what you are looking for.
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Answered By: CTM - 2/3/2007
 
Go with Canon or Epson. They give the best image quality. The Canon ip5000 is cheap but gives an excellent image. The resolution is so fine, you actually need a magnifying glass to see the dots and most people cant tell the difference between an image from this printer and a realy photograph.
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Answered By: Mason T - 2/4/2007
 
I have used a Canon A3 printer in the past, and personally I have found it more economical to take my images in and get them printed at even Kmart. They use Kodak paper and quality ink and I do not have to stock paper or ink, and if they dont print right, they reprint for you. I have used the instant print service, but... More
Answered By: scorpiosa70 - 2/5/2007
 
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