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Digital Machine Gun Camera

patters 13 1.8k 1 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2013 8:49PM
Most people viewing digital cameras forum! Look, I've been away for ages, don't tell me to go search the appropriate forums ...
I have looked, but the threads are either old or inappropriate, please be kind
wireless would be nice, and no mental ink prices Wink

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pulsar69 14 1.6k 6 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2013 8:56PM
Personally would go with any of the new canon all in one or photo printers they are all fairly good on ink and produce great results
justin c 14 5.0k 36 England
12 Feb 2013 9:18PM
Canon iP4950 gets my vote.
patters 13 1.8k 1 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2013 9:46PM
Just been on Amazon, Canon IP 7250 Printer is 62.66, ink for said printer is 67.30
Think I'll stick to photobox
Paul Morgan 17 19.1k 6 England
12 Feb 2013 10:28PM
I`ve found it one hell of a lot cheaper to pay somebody else to do my prints, far fewer headaches as well.

But if you need a cheap printer anyway for kids and homework or printing documents, this is more than enough.

All in one printer with wifi


Compatible ink, just as good as originals and every bit as reliable, believe me.

StrayCat 14 19.1k 3 Canada
13 Feb 2013 3:18AM
I've been thinking about getting a cheap laser printer for ducuments.
digicammad 15 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
13 Feb 2013 7:49AM
I don't print my own photos any more. I have a cheap colour laser for documents (cheaper to run than inkjet).
LenShepherd 10 3.6k United Kingdom
13 Feb 2013 8:39AM
Best for what?
Black and white prints still an advanced Epson.
For cost for many documents not an inkjet.
For occasional high quality colour prints and I tend to agree with Paul Morgan. If you factor in depreciation on the printer, the high cost of inks, the cost of software, the cost of calibration, the cost of a monitor capable of displaying most RGB colours and some wastage when you make the occasional mistake sending a file to a specialist printer using the web works out much cheaper.
You can reduce printing ink cost by buying a professional A2 printer if you can afford the initial outlay and have space for a massive heavy printer but a printer this big is overkill for just A4 prints.
Paul Morgan 17 19.1k 6 England
13 Feb 2013 6:18PM
You can also save on printing cost by getting a cheap chip reseter, my cartridges now last two or three times as long Smile
patters 13 1.8k 1 United Kingdom
16 Feb 2013 11:20PM
thanks folks, think I'll erm... dunno !

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