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121. Epson 24in X 82ft Epson Presentation
$15.99 $10.54 list($19.99)
122. Epson S041286 Premium Glossy Photo
$89.99 $85.57 list()
123. Epson Photo Glossy Paper for SP7000
$11.88 $9.55 list($12.99)
124. Epson S041467 Borderless Matte
$14.99 $0.01 list($17.99)
125. Epson T048120 Black Ink Cartridge
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$16.99 $12.84 list()
$10.77 $0.01 list($12.99)
128. Epson T033620 Light Magenta Ink
$91.99 $84.36 list($119.00)
129. Epson S041596 Enhanced Matte Paper
130. Epson(R) Photo Gloss Paper, 7
$16.99 $0.01 list($22.08)
131. Amazon Imaging's Epson T032120-Compatible
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132. Epson GLOSSY PHOTO PAPER ( S041809
$23.99 $21.93 list($28.99)
133. Epson S041468 Borderless Matte
$106.99 $99.89 list()
134. Epson S041291 Glossy Paper Heavyweight
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135. Epson Perfection 3170 Photo Scanner
136. Epson Perfection 2400 Photo Scanner
137. Epson Stylus CX5200 All-in-One
138. Epson Stylus Color 860 Inkjet
139. Epson Stylus Photo 900 Inkjet
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140. Epson Perfection 2450 Photo Scanner

121. Epson 24in X 82ft Epson Presentation Matte Paper

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Asin: B00006B7OA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 17859
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122. Epson S041286 Premium Glossy Photo Paper (8.5"x11", 20 Sheets)
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00004TS2J
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 8618
Average Customer Review: 4.56 out of 5 stars
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This bright-white heavyweight paper is an excellent choice for your favorite framed photos. Recommended for pictures that will be displayed under glass, properly treated Epson premium glossy photo paper offers up to 10 years of fade resistance, along with an unusually high degree of water fastness.

Compatible with Epson's archival-quality Durabright inks, the sheets produce optimal results when used with one of Epson's stylus photo printers. This paper's extraordinary thickness is designed to provide the feel of a traditionally printed photo while maintaining the ultimate in color-saturated richness. Contrast, brightness, and finely detailed resolution are all outstanding. The high gloss surface is quick-drying and resistant to smudges.

Each package contains 20 8.5-by-11-inch sheets, which should be protected from light and air upon opening. ... Read more


  • For photo-quality inkjet printers, especially Epson Stylus Color, Photo, and Scan series
  • Bright white for high color saturation
  • Recommended for 720 or 1440 dpi print modes
  • Convenient letter size, 8.5 by 11 inches
  • 20 sheets per pack

Reviews (36)

5-0 out of 5 stars FINE ART PAPER
Anyone thinking about using an inkjet printer for photography must try this paper. I do fine art photography and my own darkroom work in medium format. I just purchased the Epson 1270 printer and have been using this heavy weight paper with eye opening results. This paper is pure white and used with the new inks in the 870 and 1270 printers has a fade resistant life of over 26 years. This paper has the look of a fine art Ilford or Kodak N surface...And best of all ..the price is hard to beat !

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Paper, Great for Giving
I primarily use my printer to make prints of my digital pics. I cannot stress enough how much better they look on this paper. They look so good that most people don't believe that they came from my digital camera and home printer.

High qulaity paper makes all the difference in the world when it comes to inkjet printing. I've tried quite a few different brands of paper, and I have fallen in love with the epson line. The pictures turn out sharp, rich and clear.

The only downside of the paper is that it does turn colors with time :-(. Epson says that if you keep them in an airtight package, say behind glass, they won't turn as quickly. Mine did in about a two years, but they were simply held in a stack, and not behind glass or in a sheet protector.

All that being said, it is good paper and my machines prints well on it. They make great prints for giving to others who want 'copies' of your pictures.

4-0 out of 5 stars A Great Photo Paper
As a professional photographer, I've tested many different types of paper and Epson's Premium Line is by far the best. Everyone who sees the results (printed on the Epson 870/1270) can't believe it. The look and feel is the same as a photograph. The only way you'd know it was printed on an inkjet is by looking at the back to see the 'Epson' watermark.

Epson also produces the Premium Luster (an "E" surface or matte paper) and Premium Semi-Gloss Papers. They are all great papers, but the Premium Glossy affords the most contrast (which is to be expected from a glossy paper).

To lenghten this paper's longevity we reccomend displaying behind glass or keeping the prints in sheet protectors where the print doesn't have contact with the air. Under those conditions it will last a long time without a noticeable change--probably years, if not longer, according to Epson

5-0 out of 5 stars Best for presentation/graphic printout
Epson makes great printer papers. I use Epson's matte paper almost as much as the regular inkjet paper. This paper is made for color presentation and graphic. I print out my portfolio and sample work with matte paper because it is relatively cheap to the high quality printout. I use the Epson 820 and the color print matches the monitor colors (98%) almost perfect.

For photo prints it is fine, but photos are simultaneous with glossy texture. If you like glossy photo then this is not the photo paper you would get. The colors do not jump at you nor have sharp deferential qualities that glossy can produce. Printing plain texts without color might be too wasteful (costly) for matte paper. I considered Epson the best in paper qualities over Canon, HP, Kodak and others for the quality/price. I have switched to the Canon i960 and am still using Epson's paper. It is that versatile. I tend to use the harder to find Epson double-side matte paper.

5-0 out of 5 stars Just like a real photograph
I use this paper with an Epson Photo 960 using the "Premium glossy Photo Paper" option. It prints photos as nice as any Ive seen printed. These are great looking photos. Now if they could do something about the price. ... Read more

123. Epson Photo Glossy Paper for SP7000 SP9000 (24" X 100")

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Asin: B00006B7R4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 31739
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124. Epson S041467 Borderless Matte Paper
list price: $12.99
our price: $11.88
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Asin: B00005A9W3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 18421
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Epson's heavyweight, matte photo paper produces 8-by-10-inch borderless photo prints. This paper is great for crafts projects requiring heavier paper stock, and is designed specifically for the Stylus Photo 780 and 1280 printers. ... Read more


  • Heavyweight, matte, bright white paper
  • 50 borderless 8-by-10-inch sheets per package
  • Great for all your creative photo printing needs
  • For use with Stylus Photo 780/1280
  • A quality Epson product

125. Epson T048120 Black Ink Cartridge (Stylus Photo R300, R300M, and RX500 Printers)
list price: $17.99
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B0000E2Y7B
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 442
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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This replacement black-ink cartridge is designed specifically for use with Epson printer models Stylus Photo R300, R300M, and RX500. Engineered to deliver high resolution and excellent color saturation, this quick-drying, dye-based ink ensures optimum performance and productivity with your Epson printer. The ink offers superior resistance to smudging and bleeding. ... Read more


  • For Epson Stylus Photo R300, R300M, and RX500 printers
  • Engineered for highest possible resolution and color saturation
  • Quick-drying, dye-based ink for optimum performance
  • Superior resistance to smudging and bleeding
  • Rich black ink for bold images

Reviews (16)

3-0 out of 5 stars ...ok?
Okay, I don't get it. ALL of these FIFTEEN reviews were written on either October 29 or 30th. What are these people talking about it having a $1,000,000 price tag?? It costs $13.49!!! The only reason it's sold at this price is because it's the same size as the other color ones at the same price. The larger black ink cartridge for the CX6400 is almost twice as big, that's why it costs more. Gosh, people these days.

But apart from that, I guess the cartridge is okay, I mean, what can you say about an ink cartridge. I had the printer to this cartridge -- BAD printer, the R300. Never worked. But I guess the ink was aight.

5-0 out of 5 stars I could have bought this one
If only this item qualified for SuperSaver shipping I would have bought it. Too bad, :( now I have to shop around for a better deal.

To the people who haven't figured it out why its so appropriately priced. This cartrigde has the special ability to print all the secret service document. I think they forgot to mention that you need security clearance to add this item to your shopping cart. Don't worry if they don't catch you there they will catch you at the check out.

5-0 out of 5 stars This item is great!
This item, although pricey, is worth much more than it costs. They're actually selling the machine that makes the cartridges, complete with materials. You can earn your money back and more by selling the ink cartridges =)

5-0 out of 5 stars good business oppurtunity.
I could probably start my own profitable business, if I start doing refills of these at half the prices....
Where are my angel investors....
---- ok, this review was written when the price of this was a million dollar, price msitake on behalf of amazon.

This is a great product though, I've used it for couple of time include one time as a gift. The quality of print out seems much better now. I think it's because of better quality of ink and it seems like it doesn't dry that often.

Also, graphics which black heavy usage appears more uniform without shades of gray. So I guess, even if its using more ink, the quality is more uniform and better

5-0 out of 5 stars Price is Right
I am getting 20 at least with my co-workers and friends. ... Read more


our price: $17.99
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Asin: B0000DF30N
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 11089
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Asin: B0000DF30O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 33660
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128. Epson T033620 Light Magenta Ink Cartridge
list price: $12.99
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Asin: B00006JHVR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 3172
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  • Quick-drying dye-based ink
  • Works with Epson Stylus Photo 960
  • Superior resistance to smudging and bleeding
  • Light magenta color
  • Yields 440 pages at 5% coverage

129. Epson S041596 Enhanced Matte Paper (36"x100 FT)
list price: $119.00
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Asin: B00007FGYI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 33852
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For photographers seeking a flat matte surface, Epson Enhanced Matte Paper is the ideal choice. This bright white paper yields highly saturated images, while maintaining excellent highlight and shadow detail. Compatible with high-resolution photo printers (dpi up to 1,440), this paper makes gorgeous images with smoothly vivid tones and richly layered contrasts. Although designed primarily for use with Epson Archival and DuraBrite inks, this versatile paper can also be used with dye-based inks. Hobbyists, professional photographers, and digital artists alike will find this 36-inch-by-100-foot paper roll an ideal solution for many large projects. ... Read more


  • Bright white surface
  • Matte finish
  • 36-inch-by-100-foot roll with 3-inch core
  • Compatible with Epson Archival and DuraBrite inks
  • Heavy stock for classic photographic feel

130. Epson(R) Photo Gloss Paper, 7 Mil, 24 x 100ft.

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Asin: B00006FRQU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 62190
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131. Amazon Imaging's Epson T032120-Compatible Black Ink Cartridge
list price: $22.08
our price: $16.99
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Asin: B00008UAXI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Amazon Imaging
Sales Rank: 4725
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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  • Compatible with Stylus C80, C80N, C80WN, C82, and CX5200
  • Black inkjet cartridge
  • Prints an average of 280 pages
  • Guaranteed by Amazon Imaging not to void printer's warranty
  • 1-year replacement guarantee

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars doesn't work
this Cartridge (are-50), which the manufacturer says is compatible with T032120, doesn't work on epson C80 or C82 printers,
don't waste your money and time on this product.

1-0 out of 5 stars This ink clogs up printer head.
I used this ink for my Epson C-80 printer. This ink clogged up the nozzle. I could use only 10 % of ink. After the nozzle was clogged up, I had to use a Q-tip with Alcohol to clean the nozzles. Auto clean didn't resolve the problem. I don't recommend this ink.

1-0 out of 5 stars T032120 Black Cartridge - Replacement
I purchased two of the above replacement cartridges. They came in a different package which I did not think anything of at the time. As of this writing I needed to replace my cartridge with the one(s) purchase and found that the printer does not recognized either these cartridges that I purchased. I now have to run to another store and purchase the correct cartridges that WILL be recognized to complete my printing before my meeting.

1-0 out of 5 stars clogs print head
Stay away from this for for the Epson C80 printer. This brand might be ok if your brand of printer is one that uses a style with the print head built into the cartridge, but not for this model! I tried the black to see how it would work out, and I ended up having to constantly run the print head cleaning cycle to get it to work properly. I just literally had to "clean" most of the ink out of it, (along with the good ink in the other three color cartridges). I pulled it out when it showed 1/2 full, just to go back to the OEM cartridge (which immediately worked fine after only one cleaning cycle)!
There are better knock off brands out there! Save your money and stick with OEM (or try, or
I think these knock off cartridges will eventually sort themselves out, and it will become evident which ones are worth your money given your printer model. For now, skip this one!
Can somebody out there please research, and put together a comprehensive testing and rating site for these things? There are still too many disappointments out there. ... Read more

132. Epson GLOSSY PHOTO PAPER ( S041809 )

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Asin: B0001UEHIK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 31378
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133. Epson S041468 Borderless Matte Paper
list price: $28.99
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Asin: B00005A9WA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 21556
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Some digital photos are so good that hiding them away in an album seems a shame. When a photograph deserves that extra-special treatment, Epson's S041468 borderless matte paper is ready to oblige. At 14 by 11 inches and constructed of heavy matte-finish stock, each sheet easily handles poster and calendar-size photo enlargements when used in conjunction with a large-format printer such as the Epson Stylus Photo 1280. The package contains 50 sheets. ... Read more


  • Matte paper for Epson Stylus Photo 1280
  • Borderless, heavyweight paper
  • Use for calendars and posters
  • 11-by-14-inch sheets
  • 50 sheets

134. Epson S041291 Glossy Paper Heavyweight (24"x 65' Roll)

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Asin: B00006FRQD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 51386
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135. Epson Perfection 3170 Photo Scanner
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B0000C121R
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 266
Average Customer Review: 4.18 out of 5 stars
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Epson's affordable Perfection 3170 Photo offers premium-quality scanning and the versatility to handle virtually any photography application, including image restoration. With image quality and features comparable to those of far more expensive scanners, the 3170 Photo produces sharp, high-quality prints at lightning-fast speeds: a stunning 2.8 milliseconds per line at 600 dpi. It's versatile, as well--it scans everything from negatives, photos, and slides to transparencies, graphics, and text.

Delivering fine 3,200 x 6,400 dpi resolution and 48-bit scanning, the 3170 Photo offers phenomenal clarity and detail, whatever the task at hand. It even includes Hi-Speed USB 2.0 connectivity for Windows and Macintosh systems, plus a convenient built-in 35mm slide/filmstrip and medium-format adapter. Scan a negative or slide and give new life to moments from the past.

The powerful bundled software suite includes Epson's exclusive Easy Photo Fix as well as Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0, giving you the ability to perform one-touch color restoration to restores faded photos, slides, and negatives. Easy Photo Fix even provides a dust-removal function for optimal scanning of slides and negatives.

Adapters for 35mm film, slides, and medium format
The scanner offers three levels of control (including fully automated scanning) and two advanced modes with individual setting selections. Add an automatic document feeder (not included) for quick, easy scanning of multiple-page originals. Epson provides a one-year warranty covering parts and service.

What's in the Box
Epson Perfection 3170 photo scanner, 3-by-9-inch transparency adapter (built into scanner lid), three film holders (35mm slides, 35mm filmstrips, and medium format), CD-ROM with Epson scan software, productivity software, and electronic reference guide, CD-ROM with Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0, a USB 2.0/1.1 cable, an AC adapter and power cable, and a scanner setup poster ... Read more


  • 3,200 x 6,400 dpi resolution, 48-bit color, 3.4 Dmax
  • 1-touch color restoration with Epson Easy Photo Fix technology
  • Fully automated operation, plus 2 advanced manual modes
  • Built-in 35mm filmstrip/slide and medium-format adapter
  • Hi-speed USB 2.0 connectivity, PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (28)

5-0 out of 5 stars Forget HP and Microtek. Epson is THE BEST for negatives
Having used Microtek and HP in the past, both are of so-so quality, especially Microtek as I exchanged 3 of their model of the time and had 3 unique problems. And doubly-especially HP because of the ridiculous prices that hinge on their petty namesake (and the problems that developed were pretty bad too)... but before I digress...

Epson's 3170 scanner is of solid build, has a head lock so it can be transported with reasonable assurance it won't become misaligned.

Just be sure to install the software, shut down, connect the scanner, reboot. That's all.

I often scan negatives because (a) the photo developers can't alter their appearance and (b) negatives are going to be sharper than prints. At 3200DPI, I can easily make 13x19" prints that look astounding, especially after using 3rd party noise removing software (it was made for digital camera images, but it works great for film as well!) Can't say the name, but if you searched google for a neat image noise removal software, you'll find the product(s). I'd also mention the printer I use, but then I'd sound like a ringer for Epson, which I'm not. But it is a very high end printer... :-)

I will say this: HP's TMA device for scanning negatives made it easier to put in negatives (though not remove), and extra care is needed to remove negs from the Epson module because the shutter-like edges have a wavy appearance. (WHY?!) That aside, one should always take good care of handling negatives so I won't take away a point. Maybe 1/2 point.

Quality counts. And it's not called "perfection" for nothing. This is worth every penny.

3-0 out of 5 stars high quality scans, low quality build
I just boxed up my Epson 3170 to send it back. I had it one day, during which time I was able to coax some very nice scans from some old color negatives.

I say "coax" because my unit quickly developed a problem where it would intermittently emit a high-pitched squeal and the red trouble light would flash. Sometimes powering the unit off and then back on would fix the problem, more often it would not. I described the problem to Epson support and they advised one possible fix (working the transport-lock lever back and forth),
which had no effect.

So it was a faulty unit. Fine. I would have ordered a replacement, except that Epson's scanning software really is as awful as any I've seen running under Windows XP. I did several cold starts, a full uninstall of the scanning suite, then a reinstall of just the basic "Epson Scan" software. After that it seemed to work, although it's an awkward design at best.

I really like Epson's design when it comes to handling slides and negatives of various sizes, but given my experience I can't really recommend the 3170.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Scanner
This Scanner has it all...not only is it accurate, fast and quiet it also allows for scanning negatives and slides...I had an HP which worked for a year, was clunky, bulky, noisy and flaky, software had conflicts with other programs running windows xp, I am very very happy with this CANON. So far it has helped me preserve 600 photos and counting....

4-0 out of 5 stars good BUT!!!!
this scanner produces razor sharp images from all 3 formats that it scans, the only problem i have is the blue colour cast when i scan slides, it's very annoying when i have a white background that comes out blue in the scan, looking at the strip lights under the hood of the scanner they are blue.....WHY!!! maybe i have to let it warm up for a longer period of time, or there is something in the software i havn't seen yet, i'll have to fish around. The colour cast is easily removed in psp though.
apart from this it is an excellent scanner for me although i havn't tried scans of over 300 dpi as yet

3-0 out of 5 stars Black spots under the glass
I loved the scanner as of the moment it came out of the box. Great quality scans and friendly software. Unfortunately, when I started scanning pictures with a great deal of light colours, I noticed black dots in the same place on all scans. It turned out these lint-like spots that were under the glass and could not be cleaned. Also the glass had some scratches. I see one more review with the same problem. Please inspect your scanner upon purchase. If I had realized this a few days later, I would not have been able to get my money back. I am thinking of getting another Epson scanner, but now I am not sure of the quality and dedication Epson puts into their scanners. ... Read more

136. Epson Perfection 2400 Photo Scanner

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Asin: B00006AMSG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 5467
Average Customer Review: 3.82 out of 5 stars
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The Perfection 2400 from Epson is a flatbed color photo scanner that delivers high-quality scans and comes with a number of useful features. With a high 2,400 x 4,800 dpi maximum optical resolution, 3.3 DMax optical density, and 48-bit color depth (16-bit grayscale), the 2400 delivers professional quality images perfect for a wide variety of home and business applications.

Scanning speeds are as fast as 11 msec/line, while one-touch scan, copy, scan to e-mail, and scan to web buttons help you automate these frequently utilized features. The built-in 35mm film strip adapter accommodates both negatives and slides (up to six negatives or four slides), while the 8.5-by-11.7-inch scanning bed supports originals up to letter size. A number of software applications help you get the most out of your scans, including Adobe Photoshop Elements, Epson Smart Panel with NewSoft OCR (optical character recognition software), and Epson TWAIN Scanning software.

Weighing just 6.8 pounds, the 2400 has a small 10.9-by-17.7-inch footprint and connects to your computer via its USB port. The 2400 utilizes a white cold cathode fluorescent lamp and Epson's MatrixCCD line sensor, and consumes 17 W of power. PC and Mac compatible, the 2400 also comes backed with a one-year limited warranty on both parts and labor.

What's in the Box
Epson Perfection 2400 Photo Scanner with built-in 35mm film strip adapter, CD-ROM with Epson TWAIN scanning software and creativity software, USB cable, setup sheet, warranty information ... Read more


  • Superior 2,400 x 4,800 dpi optical resolution, 20,400 x 28,080 enhanced
  • 48-bit color depth for rich scans
  • Built-in 35mm filmstrip adapter
  • Easy 4-button automated operation
  • High-speed USB connection

Reviews (39)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent quality scans are finally affordable
I've been tremendously happy with the quality of the scans from the Perfection 2400. If all you need to do is make 640x480 scans for the www from prints you made at the local 1-hour, this is more scanner than you'll ever need.

However, scan resolution is sufficient to make brilliant 8x10 prints from 35mm negatives/slides. The included Epson software leaves a little to be desired -- it won't, for example, install on an alternative partition on your disk. Also, you will certainly have to use a photo manipulation application to tweak the levels and colour curves before you get your pictures right. But spend a little time to learn how your scanner works, and you'll have smashing pictures in a short time.

If you're adept at working image manipulation programs (Photoshop Elements 1.1 (not the new 2.0) is included with this product; but I have been happier with the freely available GIMP), you'll have professional scans at a fraction of what it used to cost not so long ago.

2-0 out of 5 stars Nice Scanner, shame about the software
The Epson 2400 photo is a very nice scanner and is capable of producing excellent results. Unfortunately, that is where it stops. Like all Epson products it is let down by software. Quite simply the software does not work. The "Smart Panel" is about as stupid as you can get and crashes frequently in Windows XP, many of the push-button "functions" just will not work. Even in manual mode the dialogue boxes are difficult to follow and do not function as they should. The software assumes, for instance, that you have an Epson printer and does not provide facilities for any other printer. Quite bizarre. I have taken to using Photoshop import rather than the Epson software, it is faster, more efficient and, most of all, it works. In all honesty I cannot recommend this product unless you have alternative scanning software.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great with 35mm Slides
I wanted to scan a large number of slides, specifically some slides for my mom for her for a christmas gift. I did extensive investigation into several scanners, including a scanner that was exclusively a slide and negative film scanner. I ended up choosing this Epson model and I have been extremely happy with it. It is very easy to use. On the manual setting, you can preview the slides and then alter their brightness and contrast before scanning them. I've set the image quality merely to 1200 dpi, and the images have come out with fantastic clarity and detail, and yet the bitmap file sizes are a reasonable 5MB (and for those folks who don't have great amounts of hard drive space available, compressed jpeg files are another option).

The scanner has done a fine job of scanning regular prints as well.

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay away from this scanner
Or use at your own risk. It took me a month to isolate problems after installing Crucial memory in the computer. Bought what EPSON recommended, the Belkin 2.0 card. It froze the EPSON Smart Panel. The essiscsi.dll dissapeared from the registry. The ecbteg.dll and ebpport.dll could not be found. The new SmartPanel and Twain driver from the does not work in Windows ME. Had to uninstall the Epson scanner, printer, belkin card, and clean registry with utility program. Then, reinstall one by one, take the new memory out to make it work at 72 dpi. The slide stuff does not work at all. A big major project and a waste of time. I will not buy any more Epson products any longer. Bad service support and response. Sorry, I thought this company had its act together. Not very happy with their service and products. Go somewhere else. Sorry, I can't recommend other scanner. That's all, folks.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy, smart and affordable
Admittedly, my wife and I were fashionably late for the high tech party and had a lot of catching up to do. Every piece of hardware and software that we bought required a lot of reading or training from 11 year-olds. The Epson Perfection 2400 was happily the exception to this rule. We had it up and running in nearly no time. More important, once it was running it was easy-to-use and the quality of the scanned images was remarkably crisp. Amazon's price is more than a bargain--it's a steal!

So if you're not so technically savvy but need a scanner that is affordable and highly-efficient, you can stop your search ... Read more

137. Epson Stylus CX5200 All-in-One Multifunction
list price: $179.99
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Asin: B00006Y0DA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 10668
Average Customer Review: 3.69 out of 5 stars
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The Epson Stylus CX5200 delivers outstanding results, whatever the task, with the best in high-resolution printing and high-performance scanning, along with PC-free color copying capabilities. This remarkable multifunction device offers black text printing at up to 22 ppm, with 5,760 x 1,440 optimized dpi printing, and Epson DuraBrite inks to ensure long-lasting prints that are both water- and light-resistant. The CX5200's award-winning Micro Piezo inkjet technology and ultrasmall 3-picoliter ink droplets deliver sharp, photo-quality results, while individual ink cartridges provide added convenience and cost savings.

The Epson Stylus CX5200 also boasts 1,200 x 2,400 optical dpi (9,600 dpi interpolated) and 48-bit color scanning. You can scan photos, text, or graphics directly to the CX5200's intuitive Smart Panel software to fax, e-mail, or use in your favorite business or creative application. The unit is backed by a one-year warranty. ... Read more


  • 22 ppm black, 11 ppm color printing
  • 5,760 x 1,440 optimized dpi printing
  • 1,200 x 2,400 dpi optical scanning in 48-bit color
  • 600 dpi copying
  • USB interface; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (80)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent features and performance at a reasonable price
I've had this printer for about 3 weeks and am extremely pleased. I've used it for text printing, copying, scanning and, more recently, photo printing. The performance has been terrific - I printed out an 8x10 photo that looks comparable to one produced by a portrait studio. For photo printing, it is critical to take the picture at high resolution, and to ensure that the printer is set to the proper settings (e.g. the "best photo" setting, photo paper setting, and several others.). While I've read reviews on other sites that complain about photo quality printing on this model, I think that following these guidelines and using good photo quality paper ensures good quality printing. Also, the printer does not seem to drink up ink cartidges the way others are reputed to, and has the convenience (and economy) of allowing you to replace separate color ink cartridges.

4-0 out of 5 stars Go for upgrade: CX6400
I just got the newest version, CX6400, and it's worth the extra few dollars for the extra features. It reads all types of camera cards, prints photo thumbnail index, does borderless printing and a host of other tricks that the CX 5200 and 5400 can't do. I've yet to try all the bells and whistles, but basically this is just a slightly newer and more featured version of the one with reviews here. My problems were right out of the gate with SOFTWARE - I had to call tech support due to error messages and wound up doing the custom install. I didn't bother loading the photo software, have my own and like it. I uninstalled other printer driver, etc., (another Epson) prior - recommended. This is my 4th (!) Epson printer, which I bought primarily for the convenience of copy and scan in one unit. If noisy on paper loading, it's still a lot quieter than any of my former Epson printers (Color Stylus IIs, 300, 777). All 3 of those were ruined by inferior ink cartridges. Stay with Epson cartridges, despite cost, or pay the long-term price: replacing printer. Live and learn.... Durabrite black actually makes my photo artwork look better, less contrast-y. In printer software, I'm using high speed for color, which actually looks better (for some reason) than slow - use the custom configurations (despite Epson's warning when you click) - this is the only way to ensure getting a print preview. As for longevity....stay tuned. I'm hopeful.

5-0 out of 5 stars Unbelievable Printer, Unbeatable Price
I bought an Epson Stylus Photo 2200 for printing pictures, but I quickly realized that I needed a second printer to do the bulk of my work... printing out 100+ page documents on a photo printer seemed to be a waste. I went out to purchase a laser printer and expected to pay [alot more money for it] for it. After looking around and not being very happy with what I saw, I happened to come across the Epson CX5200 All-In-One. I was very impressed by the construction and I've always been a big fan of Epson. Then I saw the price... about [cheaper]. I was absolutely stunned, but at the same time I was a bit uneasy. I couldn't see how a printer/copier/scanner could be so cheap and actually be good.

It's been a week now since I bought it, and I think I'm more excited about this printer then the expensive Photo printer I bought. I've printed out well over 500 pages and I'm still on the same ink cartidges. Print and scan quality is excellent, and the color/black&white copier mode is perfect. The print speed is also incredibly fast and prints faster then my old laser printer. For the price, it is by far, the best printer I ever bought.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good while it lasted - only 14 months!
This printer is great for the first couple cartridge replacements. However, I just had to replace all my cartridges at the same time, and wouldn't you know it, when I go to print I get nothing on the paper. NOTHING! I have cleaned the printheads about 15 times, to no avail. Epson's solution is to clean the heads up to 10 times. Yeah, whatever. Their product is built perfectly to last just beyond the 1 year warranty and then plop! If you want a printer that lasts more than a year, look elsewhere. Otherwise, don't say I, and many other disgruntled reviewers here, didn't warn 'ya!

4-0 out of 5 stars I've replaced catridges with no problems
Overall a great at-home multifunction printer/scanner/copier. Have had it for over 1.5 years, have replaced the catridges several times (with Epson replacements, not the cheapo off-brands) and have had no problems with continued printing and no degradation of print quality. Very happy with our purchase! ... Read more

138. Epson Stylus Color 860 Inkjet Printer
list price: $149.00
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Asin: B00002JUZ4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 24897
Average Customer Review: 4.38 out of 5 stars
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If you're looking for an inkjet for business use, you probably don't want to sacrifice performance for the flexibility of printing in color. With the Epson Stylus Color 860 you don't have to--this unit offers high-quality 1,440 x 720 dots-per-inch (dpi) resolution and black-text print speeds as high as nine pages per minute (at lower resolutions).

The Stylus Color 860 features a sturdy case and an input tray, which holds up to 100 pages at about a 60-degree angle, feeds the paper downward, and ejects it horizontally out the front onto the 30-sheet output tray. An adjustable left-side paper guide lets you load stock as narrow as 3.75 inches wide, and the printer can handle up to 10 envelopes at a time. The printer supports a wide variety of paper stock, including special photo paper and transparencies, iron-on transfer sheets, and labels.

When one of the ink tanks needs to be replaced, an indicator illuminates. To replace the black or tri-color ink, just lift the top cover, press the button corresponding to the tank you need to change, and the print head moves to a special loading position. Each black tank is rated at about 900 pages of typical black text, and the color tank lasts for about 300 pages of 360-dpi printing at 15 percent coverage.

The 860 comes bundled with Polaroid PhotoMAX Pro, ArcSoft PhotoPrinter SE, eFax (PC only), Epson Software Film Factory. This unit comes with both parallel and Macintosh interfaces and offers a number of network interface options. With its fine design, high-resolution output, and good performance, the Stylus Color 860 is suitable for both office and home use. ... Read more


  • High 1,440 x 720 dpi resolution
  • Up to 9.5 pages per minute (ppm) black, 7 ppm color
  • Parallel and USB interfaces, PC and Macintosh ready
  • High-yield, black-ink tank
  • 4-color Micro Piezo ink technology

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars epson 860 is wonderful
Have the printer for about 1.5 years and love it. Gives good crisp black and white copies. Prints photos as good or better than any printer I've tried with similar dpi resolution. And all with generic inks!

5-0 out of 5 stars above average printer
I use the Epson Stylus color 800 and Stylus Photo 785 EPX and I am very pleased with both. I got the Stylus color 860 this past week to replace my 800 before it goes bad. The 860 is just awesome so very pleased with it. Only thing I find wrong with it is that it said you can use banner paper well you can't make banners it. The longest is only 22 inches and listed as panoramic. Unlike my 800 I can make banners 44 inches long. The right up on it was deceiving. I like making banners so I will continue using my 800 for that. Graphics and Photos are outstanding with the 860 so I really am not disappointed in it a bit. I may of been if I didn't still have my 800. I can do banners with my Photo 785 EPX but is more costly.

5-0 out of 5 stars Completely satisfied
I have owned a number of ink jet printers, but the Epson 860 is by far the best. It has had few problems and the printing is sufficiently fast in both black and color. I would highly recommend that everyone get one, but unfortunately, the company no longer makes this model.

5-0 out of 5 stars Superior, Award-winning Product, Low Cost
I have happily used this printer for about a year with no trouble. It's quick, quiet, and produces very nice resolution for black copies and good-quality color photo images. It's been a dream to operate due to being trouble-free, and since I buy generic ink cartridges, it's also low cost to operate. The only problem I have with it is I want to buy a second one and am having difficulty, as the manufacturer is movin' on with newer models.

1-0 out of 5 stars Ink consumption
I bought this as a second printer to print checks and it somehow used up the color ink even though I never printed in color. Now I cant print at all witout a new color cartridge . ... Read more

139. Epson Stylus Photo 900 Inkjet Printer
list price: $229.99
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Asin: B000092OXK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 12132
Average Customer Review: 4.08 out of 5 stars
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Whether you're printing family photos, class reports, office documents, or labels for your CD release party, the Epson Stylus Photo 900 offers an array of options that give you quality and versatility at a good price. Epson's superior 6-color Photo Ink system, with up to 5,760 x 720 optimized dpi, ultra fine ink droplets, and borderless printing in four paper sizes deliver prints that look like traditional photos.

With the 900, it's easy to get great prints from P.I.M-enabled digital cameras, as it supports PRINT Image Matching (P.I.M.) II and Exif 2.2 technologies. Thanks to incredibly flexible media handling, you can take advantage of roll paper printing, inkjet-printable CDs and DVDs, and all sorts of paper weights and finishes. With Epson's Durabrite inks, you'll also have fade-resistant color for up to 27 years, yet the extra-large capacity of the ink tanks makes them surprisingly economical. The manufacturer includes a one-year warranty, covering parts and service.

What's in the Box
Epson Stylus Photo 900 inkjet printer, one black ink cartridge (T007201), one color ink cartridge (T009201), CD print tray, CD printing software, roll paper holder accessory, printer documentation, CD-ROM containing printer software (Windows and Macintosh); USB cable not included ... Read more


  • 5,760 x 720 optimized resolution
  • 9 pages per minute for black text
  • Borderless 4-by-6-inch photos in just 50 seconds
  • Durabrite inks with fade-resistant color
  • USB interface; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Printer!
I bought this printer because the last Epson I had was great too, and still is, it is just on another computer. This Printer goes far beyond my greatest expectations. This printer can actually print ON your CD's!!! It also does a wonderful job as a photo printer. Easy to use, quiet while printing, fairly fast prints too. I highly recommend this computer for novice photographers. The one thing you must do though for sure is, Read your Manual!! It will help you get the most from this wonderful printer.

I do digital photography, web and graphic designs and make CDs. There is no need to spend thousands of dollars on a CD printer when you can get this printer for less...This printed a 5x7 at a decent speed and with 100% photo lab quality on the supplied Epson Premium glossy paper. I have owned Canon and Lexmark printers and bought an Epson 875DC and loved the 875 best of all. Then I bought this printer and just flipped over the quality of this printer at a reasonable price. I have never bought a high end printer because i have never had a need to because of the quality that EPSON offers in all its models. If i ever break down and buy a high end printer it will definitely be an EPSON. I will be amazed if the output could get any better.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Good Quality
I have had this printer for about 6 months now and have been very happy with it. I used it while on a job search and printed out at least 100 resumes and cover letters, all with excellent quality.

Photographs look fantastic on Epson's glossy paper (only slightly less fantastic on other brands). I honestly think the pictures I print look better than the same pictures from the photo shop.

CDs too look excellent. I haven't been able to get the labels *perfectly* centered, but they are pretty close.

Minus one star for speed. While the quality is great, it takes a very long time to print a photo or a CD.

2-0 out of 5 stars not impressed
I bought this printer and used it until I had to change the print cartidge. the ink holders are very flimsy and the clip broke without any undue pressure. needless to say it was not worth fixing. The picture were average but for the money were okay. replaced it with a epson r3oo and so far this one is much better made and the prints are great. price was reasonable too.

1-0 out of 5 stars Very Bad Printer
Throughout the first year or so of owning this printer, we experienced occasional problems with vertical banding of black and color ink. We thought it was probably because of the fact that we didn't use the printer a whole lot. The problem could be (annoying) fixed through cleaning the print head 1-3 times, and it would print fine. This was acceptable because we never had to rely on the job finishing quickly, and we hardly ever had large or multiple jobs.

Well, after the first year or so, we started wanting to use the printer more frequently and that's when we realized that something was wrong. It turned out that even with semi-frequent use, we always had to clean the head multiple times (it got to the point that we had to clean the head around 6-7 times before getting a good print). This even occured with brand new ink cartridges. Sometimes, we had to clean the head between consecutive print jobs, and sometimes we had to break up multiple page jobs to clean the head in between. I am sure that had we fully put this printer to use early on, we could have caught this problem and had the printer, or at least print head, replaced.

When it does print, it does a pretty decent job (although there are better printers out now), but we couldn't take it anymore and bought a new printer. We have tried everything that Epson's support page recommends and nothing prevents this problem. ... Read more

140. Epson Perfection 2450 Photo Scanner
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00005OCWM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 12688
Average Customer Review: 3.79 out of 5 stars
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The Epson Perfection 2450 brings professional-quality scanning options right to your home desktop. Possibilities include batch scanning of film negatives, as well as a number of settings that let your determine specific priorities for each project. The 2450 is an excellent choice for the devoted photographer who demands both high-speed processing and exquisite attention to detail.

Designed to process slides, photos, filmstrips, and transparencies, as well as plain old text, this scanner offers stunning 2,400 x 4,800 dpi resolution. Equipped with a 4-by-9-inch transparency unit, it also delivers 48-bit color at remarkable speed, processing full-color graphics at 11 milliseconds per line. The built-in zoom feature provides a range of 50 to 200 percent, supplying plenty of options for enlarging or cropping your final prints. A cold cathode ray lamp is used as the light source, an economical choice that provides hours of efficient, powerful lighting. Maximum scan size is 8.5 x 11 inches, large enough for most office documents as well as your favorite vacation shots.

The USB 2.0 and FireWire (IEEE 1394) connectivity ensure the fastest data transfers, as well as rapid setup; you'll be e-mailing those family photos in just a few minutes. The included software bundle is designed to help you edit and organize your images, and includes LaserSoft SilverFast SE, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Epson Smart Panel, and Epson Twain. Epson provides a one-year warranty covering parts and labor. ... Read more


  • 2400 x 4800 dpi hardware resolution with Micro Step Drive technology
  • 48-bit color depth
  • Built-in transparency unit for transparencies, slides, and negatives
  • Software bundle includes Adobe Photoshop Elements and LaserSoft SilverFast SE
  • USB 2.0 and IEEE 1394 Firewire connectivity; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (24)

5-0 out of 5 stars A dream product
I needed a scanner mainly for scanning my old prints, negatives and slides. Initially I was going to buy a cheaper photo scanner (Epson 1250), but was disappointed by its poor quality.

The 2450 has exceeded my expectations. From prints or negatives, it is producing superb quality scans, and it does it FAST. A few comments from my experience so far:

- The scanner comes with an excellent bundle of software. TWAIN is a great product - very user friendly UI for all types of scans (scan to file, print, email, post to the Web). Not too happy with SilverFast though (bad UI and unstable). Photoshop Elements, although a learning curve is needed, is excellent photo editing tool.
- Unless you have to print a HiRes photo over 8x10's, use 300dpi: you'll get the same results as higher resolutions, and is much faster (scanning a color print at 300dpi is ~30sec, compared to over 5min at 1600dpi.
- If you scan at 1600dpi/48bit, be prepared for huge amount of computer resources for processing the image, both by TWAIN and Photoshop. I have a 2.2GHz P4, 1GB memory, and when I tried to scan a large photo at 1600dpi, about 500MB of memory was used (good thing TWAIN displays how much mem is needed prior to the scan). Photoshop's performance was also degraded.
- After some experimentation, I'm getting best results by making some pre-scan enhancements via TWAIN (mainly Gamma & Color adjustments), and add final touches with Photoshop. Assuming you have the time to spend, this will be a fun thing to do, and will feel great when you see that with a decent photo printer you can produce better photos than your originals!
- The scanner works fine with XP. Its drivers are not certified by Microsoft for XP, (which means you have to manually install the drivers that come with the scanner), but so far I had no problems.

I think this is one of the best buys I made. The only concern I can think of, is its size compared to other scanners (shouldn't be a problem to most of you, unless you live in an apartment in Manhattan as I do...). You can get a scanner at half price or less, but if you need to digitize your photos and slides, this is the way to go.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing piece of equipment...
I bought this unit about a month ago, effectively replacing an HP film scanner which I liked a lot & a Microtek flatbed that was a great workhorse for me for years but only scanned about 8 or 16 bits. The prime motivator (other than the highly impressive reviews I found while doing extensive research) was some large format (4X5) transparencies & negatives that I'd had in storage for years & wanted to print. Well, let me tell you, the Epson Perfection 2450 Photo Scanner has exceeded my expectations by miles. I've scanned those 4X5s as well as a bunch of 35mms with superb results in terms of color & resolution. I have also scanned a collection of victorian-era floral chromolithograph prints from old seed catalogs that had previously defied all scanning & reproduction attempts on my part. The output from this unit was amazing. Printed on my Canon S9000, the prints are a close match to the originals, not an easy feat. The Epson interface is powerful & flexible but easy to use. You get a lot of format options, resolution choices, graphics applications interfaces, plus a bunch of other features, in a very friendly format. The previews & scans seem pretty quick. The system tells you in advance the size of the resulting files at various dpi. I've sold the HP - for slightly less than I paid for this Epson - because as far as I'm concerned it was redundant.

5-0 out of 5 stars This Scanner Delivers!
After searching for the best price for this scanner, I purchased it from Amazon. By using the free shipping option, the Amazon price was right up there with the best. Now for the scanner...

I owned an Epson 1650 photo, which was not suitable for scanning 35mm if you want to print larger than 4x6. After reading countless reviews, I decided to upgrade. I have scanned 35mm color and B&W negatives as well as slides with the 2450. 8x10's stand up to darkroom prints made on my Leica Focomat. In many ways they are better, because I use the included Silverfast software plugin to Photoshop to adjust the image at scanning. Further tweaking in Photoshop renders wonderful prints - better than spending hours in the wet lab dodging, burning and bleaching.

I also have panorama negatives taken nearly 100 years ago that are roughly 2.25 x 6 inches. The 2450 with it's 4x9 scanning area outshines the competition, allowing me to scan the entire negative at once. This scanner really delivers with medium and large format - 6x6 cm and 4x5. The resultant prints are stunning - much better than I'm able to achieve in the wet lab. The results of scanning vintage photos for which I have no negatives are also superior.

I know a dedicated film scanner would give better results, but I can't pay the $3,000 to $5,000 freight for a 4x5 film scanner. Since I don't plan to go bigger than 13x19 prints, I'm happy as a clam with this setup....

1-0 out of 5 stars Professional Photographer
Buyer Beware. I bought two of these scanners and both were defective. The first one had a large piece of plastic shaving under the scanning glass. The second one did not operate as the scanning light did not illuminate and I had to return that one too. I really liked the features that this scanner offered but I am not convinced of the reliablility of this product and would not recommend. If you decide to buy it-check your unit out closely when you get it home.

1-0 out of 5 stars Check out the 2450 before you buy
I don't know about other customers, but my 2450 is worthless to me. It looked good and got good reviews and for my interest in photography I thought this was the answer to my needs. I assumed that it really would work with windows XP. That's questionable. Epson doesn't write the SmartPanel software and there have been many issues with that. After having new, updated software installed from Newsoft and the SmartPanel still didn't work, I then received an e-mail from Newsoft which said that there likly would be problems with the new version too. A phone call to Epson brought no resistance and a quick offer of a refund. That alone might have saved a customer for future purchases of Epson products. But not this 2450. ... Read more

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