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Premium Glossy Photo Paper has the look and feel of true photographic paper with a 10.4 mil thickness. Ideal for printing displays or scenic color images. This semigloss finished paper delivers eye-catching results. Produces the highest color gamut available for vivid color reproduction. Because of its semigloss surface, lamination is not recommended. Photo paper dries instantly for easy handling with Epson inks. Compatible with dye, EPSON Archival and UltraChrome Ink. 68 lb.
- Highest color gamut available for vivid color reproduction
- Enhanced 2880 dpi printing for the highest quality output
- Dries instantly for easy handling with Epson inks
- Resistance to water
- Ink is dry to the touch after printing. However, it takes 24 hours before it cures and becomes durable.
- Prints stored in photo albums in protective sleeves will remain stable.
- Compatible with dye, EPSON Archival and UltraChrome Ink
Assembly Required: No
Environmentally Friendly: Yes
Country of Origin: Japan
|Manufacturer Part Number||S041327|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.epson.com|
|Product Name||Premium Semi-Gloss Photo Paper|
Premium glossy photo paper offers the look and feel of true photographic paper with a 10 mil thickness. Ideal for printing displays or scenic color images. This semi-gloss finished paper delivers eye-catching results. High color gamut produces vivid color reproduction. Photo paper dries instantly for easy handling with Epson inks, including dye, Epson Archival and UltraChrome Ink. Long-lasting prints preserve your treasured memories. Because of its semi-gloss surface, lamination is not recommended.
|Packaged Quantity||1 Each|
|Product Type||Photo Paper|
|Sheet Size||Super B - 13" x 19"|
|Basis Weight||68 lb|
|Sheet Thickness||10.40 mil|
|ProductTitle||Epson Premium Photo Paper - Super B - 13" x 19" - 68 lb Basis Weight - Semi-gloss - 93 Brightness - 1 Each - White, Blue|
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday, April 28, 2017.