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 on: Today at 01:04:00 PM 
Started by - Last post by
On occasion when I start up my 3 1/2 year-old Epson 4900 printer I get Error 1138, which says to call Epson if it doesn't go away after restarting.  It has appeared about 3 times in the last few months (unfortunately after the 3-year extended warranty) and the printer has rebooted successfully after powering down and restarting.

I googled the error and it says "Over Current Error."  Does anybody with Epsons have experience with this?  A call to Epson would be expensive now that the printer is beyond warranty.

 on: Today at 01:02:34 PM 
Started by JRSmit - Last post by Tim Lookingbill
Thanks, Robert, for the Northlight link.

That cleared up a lot in my understanding of what to look for and test within a printed sample. Those visual yellow/blue neutral patch testers in Keith's review photos on OBAs under different lights seems to support why I have to apply a reduction in the blue channel in Level's middle slider in Photoshop to get a better color match to my display.

Epson Ultra Premium Glossy appears at times depending how long I'm away from my 6500K display neutrality to be quite bright white just like my display. Lengthy edit sessions on the display don't change my perception of how blue this paper appears until I view it under my 5000K-ish daylight flotubes where it then appears warmer but the rest of the tonality of prints does appear bluer without the Level's blue channel reduction.

At least I get an idea of what and how all this needs to be done though I'm sure not as exacting as it should be based only on my visual observations.

 on: Today at 12:51:11 PM 
Started by Mark Lindquist - Last post by Mark Lindquist
For the life of me, I can not get a print to center on an 11 x 17 page with a new to me Z3200 24" printer.

Printing out of PS CC and have been driving myself crazy.  Prints keep coming out uncentered.

When I check "centered" they are off.  I'm using Tabloid (have tried all 3 selections, and it looks right in the preview.
I have loaded the sheet correctly, but to no avail.

How do you center your prints using Z series printers?

Mavericks, and running TR12-RB_10.0.0.2

 on: Today at 12:42:51 PM 
Started by thierrylegros396 - Last post by Jim Kasson

Contrail + wind shear?


 on: Today at 12:37:15 PM 
Started by BernardLanguillier - Last post by allegretto
Amazing imaging and suppression ...!

Now that the 85 has been made, I hope for a wide in the mid to upper 20's...24-28mm in that that region

although perhaps that's a very difficult thing to to, or easier... I don't know enough to say which is which...

 on: Today at 12:25:17 PM 
Started by Len R - Last post by Mark D Segal
Hi Mark,

Sorry, I was writing my reply while you were sending yours and I agree with your assessment as well, although even if Epson were to re-direct to Apple I would still be very leery of that update and would not install it.


Gary, my take is that if Epson re-directs to Apple, the two companies have worked this out, and it is probably fine. The drivers for the office equipment are not the same as the drivers for the professional inkjet series, so in principle they should not conflict unless they share some elements in common, or if what one does has a collateral impact somewhere in the OS on the other - I have no idea; but given the age and publicity of this matter, it would surprise me if the two companies had not yet fixed whatever may have been causing issues in the past. In the final analysis, Andrew Rodney has provided advice on how to strip-out and reload all your Epson software/drivers, so if worst comes to worst, all is recoverable, just a time-consuming nuisance.

 on: Today at 11:55:32 AM 
Started by Nostalgiczombie - Last post by JohnBrew
Most of my stitching is done with the Zeiss 55 1.4, however I also have the 50 Makro which has, imo, a lot of character when stitching. In my home I have a six foot pano done with the 85 1.4G which is also very sharp.
For single image landscape the Zeiss 21 is fantastic. I haven't tried the new Nikon 20, but I hear good things.
Good luck with your choices.

 on: Today at 11:54:05 AM 
Started by thierrylegros396 - Last post by Chairman Bill
I like the first as a 'feeling of Autumn' shot. Not so bothered with the other two though

 on: Today at 11:53:05 AM 
Started by thierrylegros396 - Last post by thierrylegros396
I was going back home by train when suddenly I saw strange cloud shapes in the sky.

Hopefully the train was slowing down, so I immediately picked up my pocket camera and made some shots through the (dirty) glass.

I named them "Oscillograms in the sky" because of the almost perfect waveforms Wink Wink

One minute after, everything was gone.

Enjoy !


 on: Today at 11:51:15 AM 
Started by Andres Bonilla - Last post by Andres Bonilla
For me, the first and third ones really capture the feeling of being in Times Square. Nice!

Thank you! Yes Time Square is full of light!

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