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Epson Stylus Pro 7900

Epson Stylus Pro 7900
 
    
  • Epson's UltraChrome HDR pigment ink technology
  • 11 individual high capacity ink cartridges
  • Automatic switching of photo and matte black inks
  • Optional integrated spectrophotometer
  • Choice of RIPs from ColorGATE, & EFI

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Epson Stylus Pro 7900   24" (A1)

Discontinued - Replaced by Epson SureColor SC-P7000

The highest quality A1/24" 11-colour large format printer with optional integrated spectrophotometer

Product Overview

The Stylus Pro 7900 uses Epson's MicroPiezo TFP (Thin Film Piezo) print head with 360 nozzles per inch for each of the ten active ink cartridges.  Epson's Ink Repelling Coating for the print head and Automatic Ink Detection (AID) system combine to eliminate down time by minimising and detecting nozzle clogging before it becomes problematic, and to eliminate paper waste used during the cleaning process. 

Epson's AID technology uses a sensor near the print head that counts the electrical charges on the ink droplets as they are fired.  A lower than expected electrical charge means insufficient ink was fired, so the print head cleaning process starts automatically.

In comparison with current 8 colour 24 inch and 44 inch printers, print speed is dramatically increased, with the Stylus Pro 7900 completing an A1 (720x720dpi) sellable quality print on Epson's Premium Glossy Photo Paper in an amazing 5 minutes.

Epson's optional integrated spectrophotometer with mounting device uses the latest X-rite technology to provide automatic colour measurement data to the printer, allowing user profiling and linearisation, enabling professional colour management while at the same time reducing labour costs.

The spectrophotometer works with both Epson colour management software and third party RIPs.  For customers using the Epson printer driver, the Epson software performs the complete process from print to measure, automatically, and can calibrate all resolutions at the same time.

Epson's new 16 bit Macintosh printer drivers combine many years of colour expertise with the superior colour range and tonal gradations of the Epson Stylus Pro 7900 and 9900 and UltraChrome HDR ink.  With 16 bit processing more information is preserved as 16 bit traces the original image data with higher frequency than 8 bit processing. As a result, 16 bit images can now be faithfully reproduced from Adobe Photoshop CS3, delivering smoother gradations and greater image detail.
 

 

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