PHOTO-PRINTER OR ALL-IN-ONE PRINTER?

  YAMI 12:25 09 Jan 2006
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I HAD A DIGITAL CAMERA FOR CHRISTMAS,I NEEDED TO BUY A NEW PRINTER FOR MY P.C. ANYWAY BUT I WANT SOME ADVICE WHETHER TO BUY A DEDICATED PHOTO-PRINTER OR AN ALL-IN-ONE PRINTER FOR BETTER QUALITY PHOTOS?

ALSO ANY RECOMMENDATIONS ON PARTICULAR MODELS

  jack 17:16 09 Jan 2006

Yami
Lesson 1. Do not type in capitals . it is the equivelent of shouting.
Now to you query
The general best advice for best results purchase
individual units, scanner/printer etc.,

For best photo quality purchase a photo printer/
I surmise you are but young and so a little impatient
Take your time.

But before you do any of those things I would suggest you get to grips with the camera.
For a start of when looking at your pictures on screen use a reasonable photo editor.
If you have loaded the camera software from the disk
unload it - it so often poined out this is very basic get you started stuff and if you read these pages you see may issues with folk getting eltangles it it.
A good free picuture edit or is from click here
another from click here

Runnig a photoprinter is a very expensive business for ink and paper
It may pay you for starters to get your images processed at a processing station.
You will yhen get some refernce of what to expect when you do start printing your own.
For example a print looks noth like a screen image and it is very easy be tmpted to try to nmatch up with much paper and ink expended and get nowhere.
Hope this is of value to you

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