What is a good A3allinone picture printer for an art student

Feb 28, 2016 10:26PM PST

I am an art student and need to take photos and print them out with written research in an A3 presentation folio, for assessment.

Pictures have to be great quality. I was looking at the ink tank printers as cost of cartridges are amazing, and I can go through XL colour cartridges within a couple of weeks.

I also need to photocopy, scan, print in A3 as well as A4 format for classes.
Can anyone please give me some advice on a really good printer A3 as I am so confused at the moment. There are so many on the market.


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When I can't decide
Feb 29, 2016 8:16AM PST
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Just about anything from Epson produces
Feb 29, 2016 3:52PM PST

first class photo's, especially on photo paper, with the exception of the really low end stuff.

Whichever one you end up with, you may want to consider purchasing a Continuous Ink Supply System (CISS), found easily on eBay, which will save you hundreds of £££££ (you mentioned A3 which is not a size that is normally quoted in the US)


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