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EpsonStylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer
 
4.5

(based on 314 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (221)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (68)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (9)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (7)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (9)

93%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to set up (245)
  • Easy to use (221)
  • Reliable (114)
  • Durable construction (107)
  • Fast print time (96)

Cons

  • Large footprint (55)
  • Too much ink used (54)
  • Slow print time (30)
  • Unreliable (8)
  • Hard to use (6)

Best Uses

  • Photos (251)
  • Black & white documents (52)
  • Graphics & charts (33)
  • Professional documents (32)
  • Black and white photos (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Frequent user (223), Heavy duty user (34), Infrequent user (33)
    • Primary use:
    • Personal (194), Business (93)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

My Pick for Perfect "Prosumer" Printer

At school I've been using an Epson Stylus Pro 3880 and have gotten kind of addicted to printing my photos. The R3000 is half the cost and almost exactly the same except for it's...Read complete review

At school I've been using an Epson Stylus Pro 3880 and have gotten kind of addicted to printing my photos. The R3000 is half the cost and almost exactly the same except for it's narrower 13" maximum print width (vs the 17" 3880). Both use the "UltraChrome K3 with Vivid Magenta" ink set which is the same one used by almost all of Epson's "Pro" line of printers. Honestly, I don't know why the R3000 isn't in their "Pro" line since it could reasonably be used by a pro who never needed to print anything wider than 13".I printed some color test charts at the [@] photo lab (which should be reasonable quality since they actually calibrate their printers at least once a day and when they change paper rolls) and on my R3000, then compared them to an actual X-Rite produced ColorChecker chart, and the output from the R3000 significantly beats the output from [@] Fuji Frontier minilab photo printer. The Fuji Frontier print is noticeably duller with generally darker colors and a narrower range of saturated color reproduction. You don't have to be a color expert to see the difference.For the R3000 the ink cost is about $1/ml which comes out to about $0.01 per square inch if you get it at a discount (search for "red river Cost of Inkjet Printing Epson R3000"). That makes a borderless 8x10 cost about $0.80 in ink, and a borderless 8.5x11" cost about $1 in ink. A sheet of Epson Ultra Premium Photo paper costs as little as $0.60 if you get it at a discount, so printing a borderless 8.5x11" ends up costing as little as $1.60 in supplies. (Not to mention that you can get third-party paper that's just as good or better than Epson's official paper for less money.)The cheapest photo labs charge around $1.50 for an 8x10 (my local [@] currently charges $1.46). If we use a whole 8.5x11 sheet of official paper and a full 8x10 worth of ink to print an 8x10, we get $1.40 in supplies per 8x10 which is slightly cheaper than even [@] and significantly higher quality. Good third-party paper would be around $0.35/sheet meaning that you could also do as well as $1.15 per 8x10, maybe even better.Admittedly though that doesn't incorporate the cost of the printer, which you won't have to incur if you just use a photo lab. If you bought the printer for say $800 and you've gotten your per-8x10 supply costs down to $1.15, then you'd need to print about 2,580 8x10's before your total costs started to get lower than [@]'s $1.46.When you get larger than 8x10 though then the printer really starts to pay off. One place online that isn't too expensive and has a good reputation charges $6.30 for a 12x18 on glossy photo paper printed with a photographic lab process. It's possible to get decent 13x19" gloss ink jet photo paper (same stuff that costs $0.35/sheet for the 8.5x11) for about $1.50/sheet. 12x18" of ink costs you $2.16 so total cost for a 12x18 on the R3000 with that paper is $3.66. At that price you need to print 300 or so of these large prints before your prints start costing less than $6.30, and again the ink jet prints may have better quality than the photographic process printer depending on who's doing the printing and with what.You also have the entire lifetime of the printer to make all these prints that we're talking about. If you make on average about 10 8x10" prints every week then it would take about 5 years to make this cost back, but if you made two of the 12x18" prints per week then it would take about 2.8 years to brake even compared to the lower quality photographic process prints ordered from most places online.But none of these estimates take into account the value of the convenience and additional quality you get from having a modern photo inkjet printer right in front of you. Add in costs like transportation to pick up photos, time spent driving, any sort of cost of inconvenience by having to wait for prints to arrive in the mail, the additional value of better color quality, and other hard to quantify things then the real savings may be better. Depending on how much these costs add to the cost of photo lab prints, a decent ink jet printer like this might pay for itself much more quickly.Still, you have to keep in mind that owning your own printer like this only makes sense if you're going to be doing a certain volume of printing. If you only ever print maybe 10 8x10s a month then the printer will never be worth it solely from a cost-per-print savings perspective. Also, if all you ever print is 4x6 then even just your ink cost without paper is going to be around 2.5x the cost of getting 4x6 prints made at a cheap online lab or drug store. So for small prints like 4x6 the printer will absolutely never pay for itself from the supply perspective, and probably not even from the convenience perspective. (This might not be true compared with some "premium" 4x6 prints that can cost over $0.50.)The only problems I've heard of with this printer seem to involve priming the print head (pumping ink into the initially empty hoses that run from the ink cartridges to the print head, basically) and the printer going through unnecessary cleaning cycles, but Epson support is great about addressing these. My R3000 went though an unnecessary priming cycle when I first set it up, wasting about half the ink in the cartridges. Support got back to me in less than a day and offered to send me a full set of full replacement cartridges. I haven't seen anyone complaining of clogged nozzles or any of the usual inkjet problems.The color gamut of the R3000 when used with the Ultra Premium Photo paper significantly exceeds the AdobeRGB colorspace in areas of dark blues and greens. This allows you to make the most of your camera's sensor capabilities IF you convert your RAW files into a format using the ProPhoto RGB color space (the most common one that actually holds those colors) AND print to the printer using proper color management with the appropriate ICC profile. Photo labs almost always require all files to be encoded as sRGB (which is smaller than both AdobeRGB and ProPhoto RGB), and printers like the Fuji Frontier have smaller gamuts than sRGB anyway, so they can't possibly achieve the wide range of colors that a high quality professional inkjet can when it's wielded by someone with sufficient color management skill.The only thing I don't like about this printer is that it wastes ink switching from "photo black" to "matte black" ink if you want to switch from photo glossy/luster/etc to matte paper. This process can dump up to 5ml ($5 worth) of ink total (2ml to switch one way, 3ml to switch back). HOWEVER there is an "Economy Mode" that you can enable on the front panel that will basically tell the printer not to completely flush the "old" ink out of the lines when switching. This means you get a bit of photo ink on your matte paper, or matte ink on your photo paper, but this may not matter depending on what you print.Anyway, excellent printer, reasonable cost of ownership and operation, higher quality printing than you get at a typical photo lab, convenience, and excellent support from Epson. When you consider this part of your "digital darkroom" and compare its cost to the cost of materials and equipment you'd spend for an "old fashioned" film darkroom, the cost is quite reasonable.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

R3000

good print quality but LCD is useless and very poor resolution, why did they bother with putting an LcD?

WiFi reciever is EXTREMELY poor. I lost lots of ink and 10...Read complete review

good print quality but LCD is useless and very poor resolution, why did they bother with putting an LcD?

WiFi reciever is EXTREMELY poor. I lost lots of ink and 10 sheets of premium paper due to the printer dropping the connection after 90% of the print was complete.
Epson took 5 months to send my rebate check. overall good print quality but terrible build quality, poor connectivity and poor interface. I should have gone with Canon

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4.0

Epson R3000 photo printer

By MEP

from Middletown, MD

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable construction
  • Easy To Set Up

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Photos

    Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

    I have not used it very much since I recently set it up. However, I can say the set up was incredibly easy. The packaging it came it was very stable and secure. No damage to the product inside whatsoever. The box is heavy though which tells one that the printer is heavy and solid. The few photos I did print thus far, is amazing! Beautiful prints!

    With reading about the ink being used quickly by switching between glossy to matte prints, I am trying to using only one or the other paper for now.

    Like having the ink level LED's on the front of the printer.

    At times, it does take a while for the printer ink printhead to be ready. I haven't used it enough to find out when that generally occurs.

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    5.0

    Great Print quality

    By Fred the Flintstone

    from Central Minnesota

    About Me Frequent User

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Compact Design
    • Durable construction
    • Easy To Set Up
    • Easy To Use
    • Reliable

    Cons

    • Too much ink used

    Best Uses

    • Photos
    • Professional Documents

    Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

    Use it to print giclee's. Print quality is awesome.

    Only drawback is the black photo ink usage when switching back and forth from matte to photo.

    • Primary use:
    • Business

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    3.0

    Questionable Wi-Fi, Professional Quality

    By Jeff

    from Pittsburgh, PA

    About Me Frequent User

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Compact Design
    • Easy To Set Up
    • Easy To Use

    Cons

    • Slow Print Time

    Best Uses

    • Photos

    Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

    I received this printer today after comparing it to the Epson 3880 for several days, reading countless reviews, etc. I finally chose this one over the 3880 specifically for the Wi-Fi capability, but was very disappointed after setting it up to find out that a single 8x10 print took more than 13 minutes to print over my extremely fast and always reliable Wi-Fi connection. The printer diagnostics confirmed that the signal strength was excellent, and additionally I have the newest Apple Airport Extreme wireless router, so it's a mystery to me as to why the print time is so incredibly slow over Wi-Fi.I then plugged a 14' ethernet cable into my iMac from the printer and the speed was dramatically increased to 2 minutes and 50 seconds for a single 8x10, but still took twice as long as the advertised 1 minute 33 seconds for an 8x10 photo.Another reason I purchased this printer over the 3880 is because the ink set and print heads are the same as the 3880, but the price was almost half as much. After using it I can confirm that the quality is as-good-as the 3880 and seems to be also as good as the quality of the 4900 (the printer I am replacing with this).After a terrible experience with the 4900 I chose this as a cheaper alternative specifically so that if it ended up having a short lifespan I could replace it more easily for less money than the 3880, and based on my 4900 experience with endless paper feeding errors, nozzle clogs, and line clogs I'm hoping I don't have a similar experience with this one.I may try to see if there is any way to speed up the Wi-Fi print time with the help of Epson support since that was such an immense disappointment, but one other concern is that I may be hearing the print head catching and dragging back and forth across the sheets of 8.5 x 11" paper as it gets about halfway through a job on occasion. I haven't been able to find any evidence of this on the few prints I've done so far, but the sound is a concern. For these two reasons I would probably suggest choosing the 3880 over this R3000 if price isn't as much of a concern, but I will say that I am going to keep this printer and see how long it ends up lasting anyway. I spent $ on the Stylus Pro 4900 to have it last only two years before fatal nozzle clogs that would cost more to fix than the printer would be to replace. The startup time and power on/off time is incredibly fast on this R3000 compared to the 4900 which I think is one of the best things about it - they don't call it a "Pro" printer by name, but I can say with certainty that the quality of the prints is professional by far and that it is one of the most cost-effective professional-quality printers on the market for anyone who doesn't need to be able to print larger than 13" wide. Let's just hope the print head isn't actually catching on the paper - I can deal with having to use the ethernet cable, but there is no reason for an 8x10 print to take 13 minutes over a perfectly strong Wi-Fi connection. I want to know why that's happening.That being said, I also have $ worth of barely used ink for the 4900 if anybody wants to take it off my hands. I will be helping the garbage man throw my 4900 into the truck tomorrow morning to get one last little bit of entertainment out of that $ price tag for a defective machine. @ has plenty of accurate reviews on that one that I wish I would've read before I bought it!

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    • Business

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    4.0

    Wonderful photo printer

    By CWynnPhotos

    from Atlanta, GA

    About Me Frequent User

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Set Up
    • Easy To Use
    • Reliable

    Cons

    • Too much ink used

    Best Uses

    • Photos
    • Professional Documents

    Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

    I am a family/child photographer from Atlanta and bought this printer to print proofs and small prints for my clients. I love it! The only thing making me put 4 stars is the price of the replacement ink (which is excessive). Otherwise this printer is fantastic. It isn't as fast as I thought it would be and takes a few seconds to warm up. However, the quality of prints matches anything I've ordered from a lab.

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    • Business

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    5.0

    Fine Printer

    By Jack

    from Savannah

    About Me Infrequent User

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Durable construction
    • Easy To Set Up
    • Easy To Use
    • Fast Print Time
    • Reliable

    Cons

    • Large Footprint
    • Too much ink used

    Best Uses

    • Photos

    Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

    Works fine with win 7, 64 bit

    • Primary use:
    • Personal

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    5.0

    Great Product

    By archprinter

    from Sag Harbor, NY

    About Me Frequent User

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Set Up
    • Easy To Use

    Cons

    • Too much ink used

    Best Uses

      Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

      Great Printer. Fast, Reliable and good prints. I have used the more expensive 3880 but this performs at the same level.

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      • Business

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      5.0

      Brilliant colors

      By Bakerdancer

      from Vermillion, SD

      Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

      Easy set up, brilliant colors, phenomenal prints. Couldn't be happier.

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      5.0

      Super prints

      By Rff

      from Tulsa ok

      Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

      My second R3000 and still have the first
      Super prints and easy from Aperture
      Now intend to use with Lightroom
      And learned no supplied driver for Yosemite
      That bit of information should have been published
      Nevertheless expectations are high based on previous use of my first r3000
      It still needs a more efficient way to change black inks for different papers but this is not a deal breaker

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      5.0

      good product

      By chris

      from van nuys

      Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

      great product

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      5.0

      An Upgrade from R1900

      By Curmudgeon

      from Austin, TX

      About Me Heavy Duty User

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Set Up
      • Easy To Use
      • Reliable

      Cons

      • Large Footprint

      Best Uses

      • Photos
      • Professional Documents

      Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

      I'm very pleased with the performance of this unit. Front-to-back it's a bit deeper than the Epson R1900 but the same width.

      The printer cartridges are huge and priced accordingly.

      I was torn between this one and the R2000, but was eventually won over by assurances that not only is the R3000 better for B&W, but it also gives more true-to-life colors.

      If you like glossy, you may prefer the 2000. If you prefer correct skin tones and tones that more closely match what you shot, go with the 3000. You can punch colors in Photoshop, if you must.

      Compared a few prints from the 1900 to new prints from the 3000, and found a definite difference in detail using maximum quality.

      I'd have preferred the controls on the top, but that's just what I'm used to. The LCD screen does nothing for me. Haven't tested the Wi-Fi, I hardline. So, there's a few bells and whistles I personally could have lived without.

      I'm very impressed with the quality of the prints. I don't know of a photo lab that could do better.

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      • Business

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      5.0

      The Perfect Printer

      By BKelly

      from Fort Worth, TX

      About Me Frequent User

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Set Up
      • Easy To Use
      • Great Value
      • Reliable

      Cons

      • Slow Print Time

      Best Uses

      • Black & white Documents
      • Photos

      Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

      I use my Epson R3000 to print images to sell. The quality of the printing is top notch. The price point was surprising to me, great value!!!

      The only con is that it's slower than some of the other Epson printers, but generally I'm not is that much of a rush.

      • Primary use:
      • Personal

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      5.0

      Prints like a pro

      By Plotke Photo

      from North Hollywood

      Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

      Accurate and exactly what I need for my business!! Prints beautifully on paper and CD!! Easy to set up and easy to use!!

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      5.0

      OUTSTANDING PRINTER

      By knotthome

      from Martinez, CA

      About Me Frequent User

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Compact Design
      • Durable construction
      • Easy To Set Up
      • Easy To Use
      • Fast Print Time
      • Reliable

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Art
        • Graphics & Charts
        • Photos

        Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

        I am a long time photographer and shoot images of my art to market in various venues. I also am an avid candid and street photographer. Prior to owning the R3000 I used the 2200 for many years.
        The R3000 is easy to use and produces exquisite prints in black and white and color. It automatically switches back and forth between photo black and matte black inks according to the media you choose. You don't have to switch them out by hand. It produces professional quality prints speedily on a wide variety of media. It is a joy to use.
        I only wish it could accept bigger sheet paper than 13 x 17 inches. The 2200 accepted much bigger sheets. another wish is that it would come with refillable ink cartridges, but one can't have everything. This is undeniably an outstanding printer. I'd buy it again in a heart beat!

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        • Business

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        5.0

        WOW WHAT A PRINTER

        By Tracker

        from Upland, Ca

        About Me Frequent User

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy To Set Up
        • Easy To Use
        • Fast Print Time
        • Reliable

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Black & white Documents
          • Photos

          Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

          I just git my new R3000, setup was really easy, learning about the new features was smooth.

          Most of all, within three days I have two new prints framed and hanging on the wall. I have been usig the Stylus 2000, OMG what a difference, the ink quality and teh speed of teh printer is amazing.

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          • Personal

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          1.0

          Please check out other printers

          By lbvi1

          from Wisconsin

          About Me Frequent User

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

            Cons

            • Too much ink used
            • Unreliable

            Best Uses

              Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

              This printer does a beautiful job in printing stunning photos, but has some real issues. From very early on I had problems with black streaks and black blobs of ink printing near the edge of my photos & sometimes across the photo. I have cleaned the heads, completed nozzle checks, cleaned the waste pads, but nothing works for very long. If one of the ink cartridges is low, not out, but low, the problems seems to begin. Even after replacing the cartridges when the utility showed there was still ink, I will get one good print then blobs and streaks on the next print. I have done a lot of reasearch on the web and this seems to be a very common problem. I would definately NOT recommend this printer.

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              • Personal

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              4.0

              This is a great printer, but....

              By Ddave3d

              from Metuchen, NJ

              About Me Frequent User

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Easy To Use
              • Fast Print Time
              • Reliable

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Photos

                Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

                This is a great printer. Right out of the box it was making superior prints that needed no additional tweeking to match the color to the monitor. I use it to print 40 to 60 8x10's at a time. The only thing, and this is sort of minor, is that it seems to use a lot of ink at that rate. I had an Epson Stylus Pro 4000
                with the large cartridges that lasted a long time. Maybe I'm not used to these smaller ones.

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                • Business

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                5.0

                Excellent 13 inch photo printer

                By Ken Bennett

                from North Carolina

                About Me Heavy Duty User

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Compact Design
                • Easy To Set Up
                • Easy To Use
                • Low Ink Consumption
                • Reliable

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Photos

                  Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

                  This is my second Epson photo printer, purchased for my studio for quick prints as needed (I have a 3800 at home.) I found it very easy to set up and use, as expected, and the print quality is outstanding, also as expected.

                  I shot a location portrait event where we were providing 8x10 inch prints to each subject, and got about 75 prints before I had to change the first ink cart. That's pretty good considering the size of the carts. (VLM went first, then LLB immediately afterward.)

                  The printer is not too large, so it will fit on a desk or legal filing cabinet. It's also fairly easy to transport (save the box and the little orange head lock device!)

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                  • Business

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                  4.0

                  Excellent Prints, a bit slow.

                  By Craneo

                  from Moorestown, NJ

                  About Me Frequent User

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Easy To Set Up
                  • Easy To Use
                  • Low Ink Consumption
                  • Reliable

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Photos

                    Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

                    Colors are excellent and very accurate; expected it be a bit faster printing, specially smaller size. I mostly print A3 size and these look incredible. Overall printer is a keeper.

                    • Primary use:
                    • Personal

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                    5.0

                    Fantastic Prints, But Caution w Media

                    By BP Murphy

                    from McLean, Virginia

                    About Me Frequent User

                    Pros

                    • Easy To Set Up
                    • Easy To Use
                    • Fast Print Time
                    • Print quality

                    Cons

                    • Media Jams

                    Best Uses

                    • Graphics & Charts
                    • Photos

                    Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

                    Yes, this printer is bulky and likes lots of ink--and you need to follow the directions for setup and operation--and make prints routinely to prevent nozzle clogs. But, it produces the very best quality color photos and graphics I have ever obtained including two other popular brands and this manufacturer's models 300 and 2200. With my first 3000, I produced hundreds of prints without incident ranging from 13x19" sheets to 13" rolls up to 58" (yes, 58"). Most of that output was 11x17' and only rarely did I need to use the maintenance utilities. Then, I decided to print on CDs which produced equally beautiful results. That is... until I had a seemingly minor jam with one of the disks. After that, the dreaded blob problem began to appear and gradually became worse and worse. I extensively researched the problem and discovered that I was not alone and that the cost to repair was similar to outright replacement. So, I bought another new 3000.LESSON LEARNED: Based on meticulous use and maintenance of this product, there is every reason to believe that a media jam can produce the often-cited ink blob problem. Therefore, I will never again feed anything into this printer except standard thickness photo paper.HELPFUL IDEA: If the printer is idle for periods longer than two weeks, consider printing a nozzle-exercising image to prevent clogging problems. The 8x10" example shown contains CYMK and RGB colors as well as black and several standard shades of gray.

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                    • Personal

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                    5.0

                    Learning curve worth the effort

                    By Snowflake

                    from Milwaukee, WI

                    About Me Frequent User

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Easy To Set Up

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Black & white Documents
                      • Graphics & Charts
                      • Photos

                      Comments about Epson Stylus Photo R3000 Inkjet Printer:

                      I bought this to print out quality fine art photos and I am very impressed with that. I printed on various fine art papers, both in color and black and white.
                      The printer gives a message if the ink isn't right for the type of paper, which is good, but it took me a while to figure out why it wasn't printing.
                      Also, the paper feed for the large paper size is a little fussy. I haven't tried the paper roll yet.
                      With Printing out on the small sheets, the printer doesn't seem to give a paper option other than gloss or matte, premium, etc, but the larger sizes have the specific Epson paper listed. Inks are pricey. It's an easy machine to install. Not much fussing, very quick set up. All in all, the print quality is what I was after and that's what this printer gives.

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                      • Personal

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