Epson America Inc. on Tuesday introduced its Stylus Photo RX620 inkjet printer. Developed with photo enthusiasts in mind, the RX620 features capabilities aimed at digital and film photographers alike. It’s shipping now for US$299.
Epson describes the new RX620 as a “one-stop computer-free photo center.” The printer sports a built-in scanner, card slots with support for 11 types of flash media, PictBridge support, USB input and an integrated 2.5-inch LCD screen. It’s a six-color printer with individual ink tanks; it can output 5760 x 1440 optimized dot per inch resolution that can print borderless photos in 4 x 6, 5 x 7 and 8 x 10-inch sizes.
The RX620’s scanner is a 48-bit 2400 x 4800 system that can make reprints from slides and negatives without having to use a computer; it can also copy black and white or color photos, or be used to copy printed documents. The camera also features built-in “Easy Photo Fix” color restoration, which can compensate for fading and discoloration in slides, negatives and prints, remove dust and more.
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