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Epson Stylus Pro 4900 Printer

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17-Inch Printer Achieves 98% PANTONE Coverage Offering Professional Photographers a Super-Wide Colour Gamut With Automated Colour Accuracy

Epson® launches the Stylus Pro 4900 — a compact, 17-inch production printer setting new standards in colour precision for the photography market. Delivering the best print quality for commercial photographs and fine art reproduction, the professional photo printer boasts outstanding colour consistency and accurate colour matching, and can reproduce 98 percent of all PANTONE® colours. Its high level of automation and robust mechanism make the Epson Stylus Pro 4900 a highly productive workhorse for the small office or studio environment.

Creating exceptional photographs and fine art images is easy with the Epson Stylus Pro 4900, thanks to one of the widest colour gamuts on the market. Colours on the print are identical to that of the original image, even when reproduced on a wide range of media. The optional inline SpectroProofer ensures repeatable colour accuracy when using different media, and automatically measures colour charts when creating ICC profiles.

Every print has a professional finish with precise and consistent colour reproduction. This comes from the large format printer's first-class colour matching capabilities, coupled with Epson's 11-colour UltraChrome HDR inks and Advanced-TFP print head for superior dot quality. These inks and technologies are identical to those used in Epson's larger format production printers up to 44 inches.

The Epson Stylus Pro 4900 represents a big boost in productivity, with a production speed of 46m2/hour and minimal maintenance requirements. Its high capacity front-loading cassette makes inserting paper easy, and automated paper changing means no time is wasted switching between cut sheet and roll paper. The professional photo printer also switches automatically between photo and matte black inks, with both installed to avoid stopping the print run. All inks come in high capacity cartridges for less frequent changes and better value.

Key Features Summary

  • 11-colour UltraChrome HDR ink set
  • 98% PANTONE coverage
  • Reliable Advanced-TFP print head
  • Print speed of 46m2 per hour
  • High capacity front-loading cassette
  • 200ml high capacity cartridges
  • Optional inline SpectroProofer
  • Automatic switching between cut sheet and roll paper
  • Automatic switching between photo and matte black inks, which are pre-installed
  • ENERGY STAR qualified
  • Choice of paper paths — cassette, top and front manual board feed or roll
  • Print on media up to 1.5mm thick

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