5.2 out of 10 based on 149 reviews

Epson Stylus Photo R1900

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    7.1 7.1 from 127 reviewers
  • Expert Score (7)
    7.7 7.7 from 7 reviewers
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    5.6 5.6 from 2 reviewers
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  • Expert Reviews

  1. D-Photo and The Photographer's Mail

    D-Photo and The Photographer's Mail
    8.6/10
    18 August 2009

    Epson’s Stylus Photo R1900 brings to the party a set of new pigment-based UltraChrome Hi-Gloss2 inks that includes an orange cartridge to help deal better with skin tones. There’s also a gloss optimiser cartridge that sprays a clear overcoat on top of glossy paper to enhance the appearance that... Read more

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  2. PhotoReview

    PhotoReview
    8.5/10
    17 February 2012

    A sturdy A3+ printer that will suit photographers who want long-lasting colour prints and are happy to use standard papers.Released almost three years after the Stylus Photo R1800 (which it replaces), Epson’s new Stylus Photo R1900 introduces a new UltraChrome Hi-Gloss2 ink set in which an orange... Read more

  3. DPexpert

    13 February 2008

    The Epson R1900 is a great printer. However Epson have pinched the pennies by putting the instruction manual on disc from where it is installed to the hard drive during setup. And as with most printers the number of possible print setting permutations is bewildering. Read more

    • The print quality is stunning, easily the best pigment ink prints that we have seen. Detail is very good, virtually indistinguishable from a good dye ink printer. Glossy prints are rich with only the slightest hint of “bronzing” (the unpleasant effect of seeing the contours of the ink when viewed...
    • The ink cartridges have very small capacities and cost $22 each. You can’t cheat with these inks, once the ink level indicator orders a cartridge replacement it must be done. The penalty for squeezing an extra print from a depleted cartridge is banding and a wasted sheet of expensive paper. In th...
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