For anyone that owns and/or uses a dye-sub photo printer, you are probably painfully aware of the printer supply shortages that the industry experienced throughout last year. DNP, the largest manufacturer of dye-sub printer supplies in the world was hit by a double whammy in the first quarter of 2011.
Protect your photo business investment with an ATA travel case. Professional and rugged, these cases are fabricated with furniture grade plywood and include heavy-duty latches, lockable wheels, pull handles, & a foam interior. A great value at only $249. Originally designed for the Sony UPCR20L, the case will fit the
If you are encountering a “incorrect paper size” error on your Sony UP-DR80, this post may help.
New Service Plan Options from Sony – extend your 1 year warranty by 2 years for a total of 3 years of coverage for only $99.
Having trouble using the Sony UP-DR80 with Windows Vista or Windows 7? Read this…
We already knew that the Sony UP-DR80 photo printer was a winner. Sales have been brisk and our customers have been raving about the print quality, especially with the new ProMatte™ finish. So it was no surprise to us when we learned that the Sony UP-DR80 Photo Printer was named
Sony Photo Printer Drivers, Demos, Tutorials Our tech team has been very busy so far this holiday season supporting our customers. One of the issues that has come up frequently has to do with Sony printer drivers. With the introduction of Mac OS 10.6 Snow Leopard, several flavors of Windows
Unlike digital cameras and inkjet printers, dye-sublimation printing technology has not changed much over the last ten years. However, print quality has improved, speeds have increased and prices have dropped dramatically. The first dye-sub printer that Imaging Spectrum sold was the Kodak XL-7700. With a price tag of $24,895 the