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Today we take a long hard look at Epson's R2880, an A3+ printer aimed at prosumer and advanced amateur photographers with 9 inks including 3 blacks. We also take a moment to compare it with its predecessor, the extremely popular R2400.
04 August, 2009 – Global imaging pioneer Epson today announces the release of a free firmware update for its P6000 and P7000 Multimedia Storage Viewers. The new firmware enables tethered shooting, offering photographers immediate and direct access to high-quality previews of images and remote shooting. The update is available on Epson’s European website from 04 August, 2009 to all users of the P6000 and P7000 Photoviewers.
Looks like a very nice feature and it's being added as a firmware update. New toys for free - not bad at all Epson. I'll see if I can get hold of a unit and try this out for myself. Download the new firmware at http://esupport.epson-europe.com/FileDetails.aspx?lng=en-GB&id=324469.
Tonight's show is another from the Focus On Imaging exhibition in Birmingham UK. Today we take a look at a fun Epson printer, the PX800FW, and talk to Kevin Kubota - famous photographer and the inventor of the Kubota Image Tools, a collection of actions, scripts and plugins designed to make your Photoshop life easier and more productive.