It’s time for my annual review of event and photo booth printers. With a number of new event and photo booth printers introduced this year, there are more options than ever when it comes to choosing the perfect printer for your business. Whether you are upgrading, searching for features to
The Cube That Punches Above its Weight for Photo Booths! Size matters. That is a sign that DNP had in their booth at PPA’s Imaging USA convention last week. It was above their new DNP QW410 printer (affectionately called The Cube) that has been in Europe for a while and
Bert McLendon is a long time customer of Imaging Spectrum. In this article, Bert McLendon talks about how he uses DNP Luxury Media to provide extraordinary prints to his customers on DNP Printers. Learn more about luxury media on this podcast featuring Bill and Steve, the Printer Guys. Read Article on Rangefinder Online “They
New Luxury ICC profiles for DNP dye sub printers have been released! No more fumbling around with creating custom color profiles and make the best out of your luxury media. These ICC profiles are for the DNP DS40, DS80, DS620A and DS820A dye sub printers. There are two new
No one could really duplicate that look, even on the inkjet side they just really struggle to get that original look of the metallic finish Bill Vahrenkamp and Steve Behen were recently featured on Super Boothers’ podcast to talk about DNP’s perforated and luxury media. Check out the podcast and
Updated August 19, 2019 Having spent 20 years in the old time photo industry, I really like a nice old time finish. Needless to say, I was blown away when I saw the new luxury media from DNP. The two new finishes, Metallic and Silver-Pearl are stunning. They look amazing
More options for your customers brings in more business! Having already done some special sized photos with DNP like a 4×6 perforated that I did a 4×4 and 2×4 and 3-2×8 photo booth strips I am excited for the new options DNP announced today. Included is 3-2×8 and 4×4-2×4 and
There is an occasional debate over whether to print at 300 dpi or 600 dpi. Photolabs with RA4 printers and ink jet printers also have images sent to them at 300 dpi and 300 dpi is the default for dye subs also. So when and why is there a 600 dpi.