Anyone out there have hands on experience with the Epson 4800? We are considering investing in another printer to create our brochures. We currently use an Epson 2200. It does a pretty good job, but have had trouble with color of the images shifting from printout to printout.
Much of our work is interiors of homes. More and more we are finding combinations of fluorescent and incandescent lighting that require the use of multiple filters while photographing or PS adjustments to look natural. While the first few of our printouts come close to the images on our monitors, brochures printed later using the same profiles will have unpleasant green or pinkish casts.
We would really like a printer that produces documents that look reasonably the same over time.
Epson's literature reports each printer is calibrated at the factory for consistency, but over time do color settings drift?
Your comments, as always, are appreciated.