Not sure this is the right thread, but...
We need a new printer for generic printery things, but I’ve long missed having printouts of photos lying around and so would like to get something that is photo capable too.
In my (very) limited experience, photo quality in home printers seems to be extremely variable. Does anyone have any advice on what I should be looking for, or otherwise a recommendation? We won’t be printing anything big (probably mostly 5x7, 8x10, occasionally ~A4) and mostly from 16MP edited raw files.
I can probably spend up to around £150, which I know will be a long way short of lab quality but still hopefully ok?
Home printing photos can be very expansive, so before looking at quality, I think you should look at review on ink usage. Sending files off to one of those online labs will almost always be cheaper.
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