The Epson SureColor P600 printer is the successor to the successful R3000 and is equipped with the new HD inks. The drivers offer countless possibilities for printing photos. Epson is at the forefront of outstanding image output for printers. The quality of the prints has convinced me in all respects and the operation is simple and offers especially beginners the opportunity for professional printing. Somewhat impractical I sometimes find the paper supply, which proves to be hakelig and faulty. There is a star deduction for that. That's all I'm sorry for. As with almost all printers, the starter cartridges are designed with a low level and are more for testing purposes. The additional purchase is not very cheap then.
The costs per page are still within an acceptable range. For matte printing, the printer swaps the cartridges. Although this goes quickly, but it is always wasted some ink. I can recommend this printer especially for demanding amateur photographers. I have bought the Epson SureColor P600 printer as a replacement for my already quite old Epson Photo 1400 (dye inks), which unfortunately prints now and then streaky after many years without problems and the problem selsbt after cleaning occurs again and again. That's why it's an Epson again. I'll make it short: This Epson SureColor P600 printer delivers an incredibly high quality, I'm excited!!!
I print on high quality paper and embed the ICC profiles of the paper manufacturers for this printer in Photoshop and what can I say: Exactly as on my calibrated high-quality photo screen. With very good fine color gradients, in excellent sharpness and the quality of SW printouts is just breathtaking! I am really excited! In terms of quality, the prints outperform any normal laboratory. The quality is equivalent to high-quality fineart prints from good laboratories, but in comparison, the printing costs about 1/4 of fineartdrucke by the service provider - Not the cheap prints from the lab, which are cheaper than even print, but not so good and selection of high-quality papers you do not have, but only 08/15 quality. With me Epson SureColor P600 prints without any problem and is very easy to use. Also nice is the extra drawer for the straight collection of thicker Fine Art media. So from me a clear recommendation!