Epson B&W Durachrome Greened In Less 3 Months

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Einton Newstein, Jun 17, 2004.

  1. I have a poorman's Epson 2200 -- the Eposn CX6400. I was quite happy
    with its color landscape image quality and B&W image when I care the
    colored tonal correctness --such as close portraitures. I use it
    mostly for 4x6 proofing.

    Recently I found some of my B&W 4x6 prints already turned into green &
    white, but the print is only less than 3 months. The prints are on
    Epson's Durabrite glossy 4x6 paper, the ink is Epson's Durachrome.
    They were laying on my desk, close to a window, but no direct sun
    light, always in the shade.

    However, the colored prints, on the same paper and same condition, do
    not show that much of change.

    Any owner of the true Epson 2200 experiences same thing?
     
    Einton Newstein, Jun 17, 2004
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