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 on: Today at 03:15:18 AM 
Started by Harlem22 - Last post by Jim Pascoe
The last time I did this on this site, my photo got censored, so I'm sorry, I can not post any more images of attractive males......or transgenders.  Wink

Ray, I think we're talking sexy pictures - not porn...... Grin

Jim

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 on: Today at 03:00:21 AM 
Started by Dan Wells - Last post by Ernst Dinkla
What I recall of the Designjet 130 cart size is 28 ML content which is a show stopper in my opinion. The dye inks needed a compatible paper to create some longevity and HP ceased to make several choices of these papers. I agree that a 24" 8 ink pigment printer in similar fashion would fill a gap in this market. Even in the 17" desktop segment there is too little competition, dominated by Epson and the 3880 as the best machine then.

Building on the Z3200 B version I think HP could quite easily make a better machine with few hardware changes. While the belt repair is a PIT* and could be made more easy, HP should at least deliver a better belt quality. For sheet feeding I never use the lid (taken it off actually) but feed over a paper roll. It would be very nice if HP added a new choice in the menu that allows sheet feeding with the paper transport handle set free so one can immediately align the paper to the blue lines and drop the handle again. That sheet feeding choice not asking for 'sheet or roll' and not asking for 'media type' but expecting the last sheet media choice setting as being the correct one. That way sheet print runs would be way faster than it is now. About 7 inks in the Z3200 are similar to the Z5200 8 ink system. Allow the new Z3200 model to accept the 300 ML carts of the Z5200 range. Among them are the most consumed ones of the Z3200; Light Grey, Matte Black, Yellow, etc It would create a competitive ink price again versus Epson/Canon and have no impact on the HP ink distribution system. The cartridge compartment lids of the Z5200 will fit the Z3200 as well. Ugly but I can live with that. As I understand it the Z3200 B is slightly faster than the Z3200 A version and I can live with the speed of the last for the volume I print.

Met vriendelijke groet, Ernst

http://www.pigment-print.com/spectralplots/spectrumviz_1.htm
September 2014, 650+ inkjet media white spectral plots.









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 on: Today at 02:56:13 AM 
Started by Redcrown - Last post by D Fosse
I'd still do it.

The Spectraview profile doesn't contain any video card correction tables (video LUT), but it's not strictly correct to call it a dummy or linear profile. The main part of the profile is still a description of the monitor's actual response, which can be very irregular. And the "actual response" does include the whole pipeline, video card included.




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 on: Today at 02:48:26 AM 
Started by dchew - Last post by samueljohnchia
Hi Bernard, how do you ensure that the water blends between stitched frames when its moving all over the place?

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 on: Today at 02:34:15 AM 
Started by snoleoprd - Last post by Chrisso26
Yes, I'm on a Mac.
Usually Pro-Photo freezes and won't quit when I exit the program.
Processing an image it seems to be reasonably stable, but it has crashed on me a couple of times.

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 on: Today at 02:14:38 AM 
Started by Kevin Gallagher - Last post by jeremyrh
"And exactly what "type" of comment is it? "

Hmm. An ill-informed racist comment?

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 on: Today at 02:05:10 AM 
Started by BernardLanguillier - Last post by Dustbak
There are coldshoes that can be mounted on the body (eg. the tripod/quickrelease mounting point). Insert an air module that you hook up to the sync port of the body and the in-port of the air module. IMO that would be one of the handiest ways.

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 on: Today at 01:34:29 AM 
Started by Kevin Gallagher - Last post by jeremyrh
Watch out for those Muslamic ray guns.  Grin

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=AIPD8qHhtVU

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 on: Today at 01:25:17 AM 
Started by petermfiore - Last post by Harlem22
Ouch Grin

I admire your reflexes.

Harald

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 on: Today at 01:23:29 AM 
Started by BernardLanguillier - Last post by BernardLanguillier
Hi,

The PM-5 finder I have has a cold shoe. I guess quite a few prism finders have that.

Thanks Erik,

For now I don't intend to use a viewfinder. the view from the top experience is the main reason why I have selected the 503cw. Wink

Cheers,
Bernard

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