Epson Enhanced Matte Inkjet Paper (24" x 100' Roll)

Epson Enhanced Matte Inkjet Paper (24" x 100' Roll)

Epson Enhanced Matte Inkjet Paper (24" x 100' Roll)


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  • 192 gsm
  • Thickness 10.3 mil
  • ISO Brightness 104%
  • Opacity 94%
  • Instant Dry Time
  • For UltraChrome, Archival, DURABrite Ink
  • Compatible with Dye-Based Ink
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The 24" x 100' roll of Enhanced Matte Inkjet Paper from Epson is a 192 g/m2 bright white paper with a matte finish. The paper yields highly saturated images, while maintaining highlight and shadow detail. Enhanced Matte is designed for use with UltraChrome, Epson Archival, DURABrite, as well as dye-based ink.

Flat matte surface
Instant dry time
Wide color gamut
Compatible with 1440 dpi print resolution
Heavyweight stock delivers true photographic feel
Bright white base accentuates highlights
Designed for indoor use. Can be used for outdoor purposes with encapsulation lamination and a UV film
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Basis Weight 192 gsm
Thickness 10.3 mil / 0.2616 mm
Core Size 3" / 7.6 cm
Opacity 94%
Brightness 104%
Single/Double-Sided Single
Surface Finish Matte
Dimensions (W x L) 24" x 100' / 61 cm x 30.5 m
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Package Weight 9.8 lb
Enhanced Matte Inkjet Paper (24" x 100' Roll) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 41.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good for starters but not for keeps I am professional photographer with a small budget. I used this paper for the second half of my semester at the art conservatory at SUNY Purchase College. The paper really holds light to middle-tone grays and neutrals. I enjoyed seeing tonality that was lost previously in the luster paper I used before this. This matte paper is good with black and whites, but I also enjoyed what it did with color. I would buy this paper again for work prints, but as far as final exhibition printing, I definitely would go for something finer. This paper collects dirt and grease VERY VERY easily, and gets scratched up. Not very convenient if you are trying to install a show. Even when wearing handling gloves, it will leave a mark. It is also very delicate and bends easily. For work prints though, this is a good buy and a reasonable price.
Date published: 2012-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good, solid everyday paper This paper has a bright white and no texture to the surface, neither does it have any sheen. Epson inks love this paper and produce a sharp image that has presence. I'm using it in a 7900 to make prints of my interiors shots for designers. My clients love it. Additionally, it's so inexpensive I make prints just to see how something looks, not fearing that I'm burning hundred dollar bills. The surface is subject to abrasion as you would expect with a matte paper. I've trained my clients to treat it with care. The paper has a nice weight to it.
Date published: 2011-01-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent paper for Since my supplier discontinued the decor art photo paper I was using, I turned to Epson to see if one of their papers would do the job. For the record, I'm printing using an Epson 7800 w/ Matte K ink. I found this paper to be quite nice and capable of high-resolution printing and holding decent detail. While this paper should never be mistaken for a fine art matte paper (it contains loads of OBAs or optical brightening agents), it's a very nice paper for the decor art print category. If there's a complaint, the driver settings for this media allows slight over-inking in maximum black areas causing a slight bit of wrinkling or puckering on the backside of the media....but unless you're printing large areas of maximum ink, you likely won't notice. In fact, some of the puckering went away after the print dried. Overall, I'm happy with this media and will continue to use it for decor art prints.
Date published: 2012-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Choice for Matte Photo Paper I use this paper as an inexpensive matte photo paper and also for signage, banners, and posters in an educational environment. This paper has nice colors for matte paper and relatively good smoothness.What follows is a comparison to the slightly cheaper Epson DoubleWeight MatteThe texture of the DoubleWeight Matte is perfectly smooth, whereas this paper has a light paper texture.The colors of this paper are much better. The colors in the dark remain more saturated and the gamut in green and red is larger.It takes about 30% more ink.It is a lot more scratch-resistance than the DoubleWeight Matte. While you CAN damage it with your fingernail, it will only leave a polished mark where the DoubleWeight Matte would scrape clean off.I'm using this on an HP Z3200
Date published: 2014-11-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful paper I printed digital manipulations of scans microscopic lines that were originally etchings. The paper held the ink wonderfully. I used the paper to cover a 22'x16' wall. It held tight and looks great. I was initially using Infinity BFK, but it was too stiff and way too expensive. Nice paper, but not for what I was doing. Can't think of anything that isn't good about this paper. It is affordable. It prints well. It flattens right off the roll. Don't be deceived by the low price. This is some quality stuff.
Date published: 2012-04-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good All Round Paper The best paper I've found for reproducing prints of my airbrush paintings. Simulates the paper that the original was painted on quite well and it reasonably priced. Would like it to be a little heavier but . . .
Date published: 2008-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great for accordion books This is a high quality, thick paper. I made a 90 foot long, 90 page accordion book with it- the paper is substantial enough to give the book structural integrity. It is well packaged also
Date published: 2010-12-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from dependable fave i love this paper for black & white and muted color prints. i would love it even better if it were made in a heavier paper stock. the weight is on the thin side.
Date published: 2008-05-04
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