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PRINTER SUGGESTION FOR AT LEAST 13x19 or even 16x20

Canons ChromaLife is a DYE based Ink and not really know for its longevity

if you really care about customer care and fanastic photoprints @home consider a "native" pigment based printer or convert an Epson DYE printer to pigment print

Both DYE Based 6 Color Printer (convert to pigment)

Epson Stylus Photo (used in perfect condition on eBay.com starting at USD, on&#; craigslist)

Epson Artisan (successor to the with Wireles) retails at amazon.com for USD, used for USD, even lower on craiglist

Old but gold Pigmentbased machine

Epson Stylus Photo R (clogging issues, GLOSS beautifull glossy prints with it varnish-style gloss optimizer) USD on eBay, on craigslist

Epson Stylus Photo R (same, clogging issue, K3 Ink Set true beautifull BW prints) on ebay, on craigslist

Newer MachinesEpson Stylus Photo R (rare and often NO PRINTHEAD!) top condition at least USD

Epson Stylus Photo R (rare and often NO PRINTHEAD!) Retails , used for ~

Epson Stylus Photo R (golden Printhead, K3 Vivid Ink Set, great machine! good value)

Epson Stylus Photo R new for , used for and up

Epson Stylus Pro /

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The best large format printer for photographers, exhibitors and studios

If you want poster-sized or panoramic prints, getting the best large format printer is the way to go. In this guide, we've selected our pick of the best wide format printers for creatives on sale right now.

Today’s huge resolution digital cameras allow any photo enthusiast to potentially print their images up to billboard size – something that was once purely the preserve of professionals able to spend 20K on a camera. Whether you're after something that delivers double-size prints from a inch printer (A3+ in Europe), or looking for larger inch roll printing for increased flexibility in terms of print size as well as potentially a greater volume of prints, we've got you covered. With options right up to a inch printer, there is plenty of choice for photographers and artists who want to sell fine art prints.

There are some key factors to consider when sizing up the best wide format printer for you. The first is what you actually need it for, but you’ll also want to drill into the range of sizes it can output and the resolution it can output them at (given in ‘dpi’ or dots per inch). 

Buying a printer isn’t a one-off investment – you'll need to regularly buy ink and media too. It's worth considering the type of ink a printer uses when making your purchase decision, as this will directly influence the running costs going forward. The general advice is that you should buy from the same manufacturer as your printer, as every part of the ‘system’ has been developed, designed and honed to work in tandem. 

The best large format printer in

1. Canon imagePROGRAF PRO

A heavy duty printer pitched at both the photography and graphics markets

Specifications

Type: Inkjet

Maximum paper width: 17 inches

Print size: A2

Ink type: Canon Lucia Pro inks

Number of inks: 12

Max resolution: x dpi

Droplet size: 4 pl

Print speed: A2 prints in 6 minutes

Unit size: x x mm

Weight: kg

Reasons to buy

+12 inks for superior color accuracy+Sumptuous print quality for both color and mono photos+Inks can be replaced individually

Reasons to avoid

-Larger than average unit size-No optional roll-feeder attachment

Like with Canon’s L-series camera lenses, the PRO printer has a ‘red line’ denoting top-grade quality, this time based on no less than 12 pigment-based Lucia Pro ink cartridges. By comparison, the smaller PRO runs on 10 inks, both models including a chroma optimizer in the line-up, which helps to apply a smooth top coating when printing on glossy photo paper, to minimize bronzing and gloss differential. Even so, the printer achieves its highest quality with matte and fine art media, on which color and mono output are magnificent. 

That said, really rich, deep blacks are marginally better from the PRO, which uses a newer, reformulated matte black ink. Large-format A2/17xinch prints are certainly imposing, and you can create panoramic prints of up to m in length, although there’s no optional roll-feeder so you have to cut the paper to length manually, in advance. 

2. Canon imagePROGRAF PRO

The best inch photo printer overall

Specifications

Max Print Size: 13x19 inch / A3+

Print resolution: x dpi

Print speed (13x19 inch; std quality): 6m 30s

Interfaces: USB , Wi-Fi, BT

Scanner: No

Dimensions: x x in / xxmm

Weight: kg

Reasons to buy

+Superb output quality+Printer uses 10 pigment inks+Front or rear feed

Reasons to avoid

-Not the fastest printer

The Canon PRO is the successor to the highly-regarded PRO and again its distinguishing feature is that it uses ten pigment inks rather than dye-based ink. One of the cartridges is a ‘Chroma Optimizer’, which provides  a smooth finish on glossy paper. Of the other nine newly-formulated Lucia Pro inks, you get the standard six colors for photo printing, plus red and grey inks, and both ‘photo’ black and matte black, for printing on glossy and matte media respectively. There are individual channels in the print head for both photo and matte black inks saving time and ink when swapping between media types. Excellent output quality combines superb accuracy for color prints and fabulous definition for black & white photo prints, without any unwanted color casts.

3. Epson SureColor SC-P

Ideal for a professional photographer and fine art reproduction

Specifications

Type: Inkjet

Maximum paper width: 17 inches

Print size: A2

Ink type: Epson UltraChrome HDX

Number of inks: 10

Max resolution: x dpi

Droplet size: pl

Print speed: 16 x 20" prints in around mins

Unit size: x x mm

Weight: 52kg

Reasons to buy

+Will fit on a desktop+ x in (A2)  prints using 10 inks

Reasons to avoid

-Large and heavy-Pricey initial investment

A previous TIPA Award winner, the Epson SureColor SC-Pis a beast of a desktop printer, perfect for placing in a corner of your studio. It’s a inch model with an enviably broad ink set that can handle anything a photo business can throw at it. That includes panoramic prints, A2+ posters, and fine art sheet media, including poster board. Inevitably then, it’s bigger and heavier than most consumer desktop printers, but this inkjet model is designed for exhibition quality output, not just hard copies of holiday snaps. 

It’s taken as read then that the P is able to deliver exceptional print quality and color accuracy (capable of reproducing 99% of Pantone solid coated colors) thanks to an internal color calibration sensor. You’ll pay more for this device, but if you’re a working pro you could make back the investment over the course of a handful of commissions, if that.

4. Epson Expression Photo HD XP

A compact, good value wide format printer

Specifications

Type: Inkjet

Maximum paper width: 13 inches

Print size: A3+

Ink type: Epson Claria Photo HD ink

Number of inks: 6

Max resolution: x dpi

Droplet size: pl

Print speed: Up to 29 pages per min (mono or color)

Unit size: x x mm

Weight: kg

Reasons to buy

+Affordable initial setup+Smaller footprint for its class

Reasons to avoid

-Replacement inks expensive-Uses 'just' six inks

If you need to go large, but do so on a budget, the Expression Photo HD XP is an entry-level inch or A3+ printer from the reliable Epson brand. This large format printer is worth a look if you are a photo enthusiast looking for something that’s more back bedroom than pro studio. It’s compact for its class, with the manufacturer claiming the XP is 30 per cent smaller than its predecessor. OK, so for the price we have to make do with six inks rather than 10 or 11, but there’s a large LCD screen to adjust settings on and a suite of mobile printing apps that enable you to take advantage of the printer's wireless capabilities. While the front-loading tray actually handles A4 or US Letter paper, it’s the rear paper feed that has us excited, being suitable for A3+ prints, including those on thicker media.

5. Epson SureColor P

Nestling between high end and affordable for all your large format printing needs

Specifications

Type: Inkjet

Maximum paper width: 17 inches

Print size: A2

Ink type: Epson UltraChrome Pro ink

Number of inks: 10

Max resolution: x dpi

Droplet size: pl

Print speed: Not given

Unit size: x x in / x x mm

Weight: lb / kg

Reasons to buy

+Flexible output+Relatively compact footprint

Reasons to avoid

-Hard to find in stock-Roll printing is optional extra

Can’t decide whether you need a sheet or roll printer? The new Epson SureColor SC-Pprovides choice of both – although you do have to pay extra to get the roller unit. Epson’s flexible flagship A2 printer is capable of printing up to 17 inches in width. This is an update of the older Epson SureColor P, offering a significant improvement in image quality, with deeper blacks, thanks to the addition of an additional, tenth, ink.

Three paper paths, including a front-loading one for fine art paper, make it easy to switch between different formats – there's even a roll paper option for panoramic prints. The core of this inkjet model includes a nine-ink set, there’s onboard Wi-Fi for printing from smartphones or cameras directly, a inch touch panel screen for making selections, and an 80ml cartridge size described as generous by its maker. A relatively compact footprint, coupled with the flexibility this machine provides, ensures it should be near the top of your wish list, especially for anyone wanting delivery of deep, contrast-y blacks and rich tones. 

A smaller A3+, inch, version of this printer - the Epson SureColor SC-P - is also available.

6. Canon PIXMA iP / iP

The best budget wide format printer for photo enthusiasts… and beyond!

Specifications

Type: Inkjet

Maximum paper width: 13 inches

Print size: A3+

Ink type: Canon ChromaLife +

Number of inks: 6

Max resolution: x dpi

Droplet size: Not given

Print speed: Not given

Unit size: x x mm

Weight: kg

Reasons to buy

+Low price for inch (A3+) prints+Decent print resolution

Reasons to avoid

-‘Just’ 6 inks-Build quality a little plastic-y

If your budget is tight but still nothing smaller than an A3+ printer will do, check out the PIXMA iP (aka iP), a very fairly priced and featured inkjet printer option from Canon. Yes, there are ‘only’ six inks to play with – essentially dye based inks plus one pigment ink – but, with the ability to print from 10 x 15cm at ‘photo lab quality’ up to A3+ in size, this looks like a decent option for the photo enthusiasts’ home office/studio. Attendant features include the convenience of wireless connectivity, while optional XL-sized ink tanks purport to cost users 30 per cent less per page than the standard size.

7. Epson SureColor P

Good workhorse option for those who favor volume over gallery quality

Specifications

Type: Inkjet

Maximum paper width: 64 inches

Print size: 2A0

Ink type: Epson UltraChrome Pro

Number of inks: 10

Max resolution: x dpi

Droplet size: Not given

Print speed: Up to sq ft per hour for photos

Unit size: x x mm

Weight: kg

Reasons to buy

+Good workhorse option

Reasons to avoid

-Costs the price of a car-Heavy and big

This series replaced Epson’s popular Stylus Pro family – the flagship SureColor P specifically replacing the Stylus Pro This wide format printer is designed for mini labs and photo studios needing something that can handle plenty of output. At 64 inches wide there’s versatility built in too: as well as printing photographs up to exhibition quality utilising its 10 pigment inks (nine of them color), its size means this printer can also produce signage and banners. A PrecisionCore MicroTFP print head offers prints to a maximum x dpi resolution, whilst its print head structure claims to result in fewer vibrations along with more accurate ink drops and ink placement. 

8. Canon imagePROGRAF PRO

Pro grade inch printing isn't cheap, but this one’s hard to beat

Specifications

Type: Inkjet

Maximum paper width: 24 inches

Print size: A1

Ink type: Canon Lucia Pro

Number of inks: 12

Max resolution: x dpi

Droplet size: 4 pl

Interfaces: USB , Wi-Fi, Ethernet

Print speed: A1 photo prints from 1 minute 38 second

Unit size: x x mm

Weight: kg

Reasons to buy

+Pro grade workhorse+inch prints

Reasons to avoid

-Expensive-Heavy

Canon’s A3+/inch imagePROGRAF PRO and A2/inch PRO deliver gallery quality photo and fine art prints from conveniently compact desktop machines. Taking everything up to a grander scale, the imagePROGRAF PRO is a much larger, freestanding printer that accepts rolls of paper up to 24 inches in width. There’s direct support for a huge range of fine art media from the world’s best paper companies like Canson and Hahnemühle. The PRO delivers spectacular print quality for both color and mono photographic images, based on a range of 12 Lucia Pro pigment-based inks that includes a chroma optimizer, to minimize bronzing and gloss differential on glossy photo paper. The auto paper cutter and Canon’s supporting Professional Print & Layout software keep the whole process quick and easy when creating bordered or borderless prints in custom sizes. 

If you find even a inch print width restrictive, there are imagePROGRAF PROand imagePROGRAF PROoptions in the range, which use the same ink cartridges and print heads but are upscaled to inch and inch print widths respectively.

9. HP DesignJet Studio

A stylish large-format plotter with eco-friendly credentials

Specifications

Type: Inkjet

Maximum paper width: 24 inches

Print size: A1

Ink type: HP Bright Office pigment black, dye cyan, magenta, yellow

Number of inks: 4

Max resolution: x dpi

Print speed: A1 from 25 seconds

Unit size: x x mm

Weight: kg

Reasons to buy

+Quick and easy to use+Simple selection of print sizes

Reasons to avoid

-Only four inks-Unsuitable for high-quality photo printing

Think printing on paper and eco-friendliness isn’t the first thing that springs to mind. However, this is HP’s first carbon neutral DesignJet plotter, making the most of recycled materials and low/renewable energy construction processes. Available in ‘Steel’ or ‘Wood’ editions with alternative top panel finishes that complement the white build, it’s a sleek and stylish plotter that’s easy to live with. You can set it up and run it from a smartphone, using HP’s companion app, and print on various sizes of paper using the automatic cut sheet and roll feeders, without having to continually change the media in the machine. The ink set is relatively basic, combining a pigment-based black ink cartridge with dye-based cyan, magenta and yellow cartridges, but performance is good for mono and colour documents and general office plotting. Naturally, the plotter can’t compete with specialist large-format photo printers for photographic quality.

HP DesignJet T

Create up to inch roll prints with this gargantuan HP option

Specifications

Type: Inkjet

Maximum paper width: 36 inches

Print size: A0

Ink type: Original HP inks

Number of inks: 4

Max resolution: x dpi

Droplet size: Not given

Print speed: A1 prints in 25 seconds

Unit size: cm x 58cm x cm

Weight: 48kg

Reasons to buy

+Big prints output fast+Roll printing option

Reasons to avoid

-Large-Modest number of different inks

The DesignJet Tis a large format roll paper thermal inkjet option from HP, capable of delivering prints up to a satisfying 36 inches and at a resolution of x dpi. It's probably not the best option for those who want the closest color accuracy to their original images though, as a mere four different inks are in play here: cyan, yellow, magenta and black. That said, the 48kg weight of this unit isn’t as heavy as some, even if it is metres in width. Ease of use is promised here too – just swipe the front panel like the screen of a smartphone to find the settings you want. Wi-Fi connectivity and USB interface are provided as standard.

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The best wide-format photo printers for

A framed photograph you’ve taken yourself is a lovely way to spice up an empty wall at home. When you want to print your photos, the usual approach is to send them off to a printer &#; but that can be expensive. Why not do it yourself with a wide-format photo printer?

For amateur and professional photographers, having your own photo printer allows you to customize your work. The best printers are investment pieces that take your business or hobby to the next level. Our list includes the top options and where to find them.

Epson Expression Photo HD XP

Epson&#;s Expression Photo HD XP prints beautiful 13 x inch photos with ease. The device measures x x inches and weighs approximately 19 pounds &#; like the rest of the printers here, it&#;s neither lightweight nor compact, but Epson says it&#;s percent smaller than the previous model. It holds up to sheets of regular paper or 50 sheets of fine art paper, such as canvas. It can connect to Wi-Fi, so you can send photos from your computer or smartphone (AirPrint and Google Cloud Print compatible), or use a hard-wired connection via USB or Ethernet. The printer uses six ink tanks to deliver a wider range of colors, and prints documents at pages per minute (ppm) and ppm when using color. A 4 x 6-inch borderless print takes just 27 seconds from beginning to end (real-use speeds will vary, of course). Other useful features: a small LCD for setup, two-sided printing, and support for printing on compatible blank optical discs.

Canon Pixma iP

Canon Pixma iP

Canon knows a thing or two about cameras, but it also knows how to make excellent photo printers. Smaller than the Pixma Pro models yet bigger than most inkjets, the iP is perfect for the home photographer. It holds up to sheets of regular paper and 20 sheets of heavier photo paper, and the front-panel even houses a space for a CD or DVD tray. Surprisingly, the Canon Pixma iP doesn&#;t have a PictBridge-compatible USB port, but it can connect to newer cameras or smartphones via Wi-Fi, or shared via a home network &#; the latter two being more popular, anyway. It has excellent output quality, manual duplex printing, and NFC support for quick pairing with compatible Android devices.

Read our full Canon Pixma MG review

Canon Pixma Pro

Canon Pixma Pro

The Canon Pixma Pro is another great offering from the brand, even if it is one of the more advanced printers in our roundup. The reasonably-priced device is known to produce photos that are nearly on par with printers that cost upward of $1, at a cost that is far better for your budget. The printer offers a CD-DVD print tray (hey, why not?), Wi-Fi, and also has a PictBridge USB port. It uses eight ink cartridges for vibrant, accurate colors. The device is rather slow and a bit cumbersome when it comes to size, but there&#;s a good deal to be said about its color output and its ability to generate first-rate monochrome prints with a little patience.

Read our full Canon Pixma Pro review

Canon Pixma Pro

Canon Pixma Pro

Another option in the versatile Pixma Pro Collection is the Pro, which comes conveniently bundled with My Image Garden software. This software lets you quickly create banners, collages, and even calendars. The Canon Pixma Pro can print directly to CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray discs to create custom discs and jackets in no time. This printer produces professional-quality prints but is easy enough for a hobby photographer to use at home. The printer&#;s output quality is superb, particularly when handling high-resolution image files. It uses ten ink cartridges, including a clear coat (Chroma Optimizer) cartridge that levels the printed ink surface for a smoother-looking print. The Pro also uses three black ink cartridges that can generate high-quality monochromatic images. It supports Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and PictBridge networks.

Read our full Canon Pixma Pro review

Epson P

Epson P

The Epson P is one of the newer models on this list. It&#;s especially appealing to those who like making panorama prints since it supports rolls of paper. This allows you to print panoramic pictures up to 10 feet long. You can easily set preferences and view instructional illustrations that detail the proper way to insert paper and replacement ink cartridges on the P&#;s inch color touchscreen. The touchscreen also lets you pair the printer with other devices through Wi-Fi. Plus, you can rest assured that each colored print will showcase the maximum vibrancy and smooth transitions, whether you are printing in color or strictly in black and white, thanks to the device&#;s three-level ink technology. The Epson P is compatible with Apple AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Wi-Fi, and Ethernet networks.

Read our full Epson SureColor P review review

What is a wide-format photo printer?

Wide-format printers typically print on paper measuring 13 by 19 inches or larger, but you&#;ll want to double-check your specific device&#;s specifications before investing. This option separates them from smaller photo printers, often limited to 8 x 10 inches or smaller. Wide-format printers use multiple black cartridges to deliver a photo quality that beats any basic photo printer and also offer a wider variety of ink colors. So if you&#;re looking for a printer that can handle as many prints as you throw at it, wide-format photo printers excel on two levels: you&#;ll get to print larger images, and the color and photo quality will likely be better.

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Welcome to our pick of the best large format printers in If you're on the hunt for a printer that can handle large documents, such as posters and other promotional materials, then a large format printer is essential.

On this page you'll find our list of the best large format printers that can produce big printouts without compromising on print quality. These printers are able to print out much larger documents than standard printers.

This means these specialised devices can be quite expensive. However, our price comparison tool can scour the internet to make sure you get the very best price for a large format printer.

Large format printers are used not just for marketing and promotional materials like posters, but also for blueprints, plans and technical data as well. They work much like normal printers - but on a much larger scale.

Large format printers aren't simply about scaling up the technology as much as preserving detail and making sure this remains crisp and clear, no matter how big the paper size you're working with.

However, once you start getting into ANSI F and A0 paper sizes to print, this takes you into a generally more expensive market than desktop. 

So to help you out, here we'll list the best in large format printers, starting at the lower end of the budget range and building our way through to the more expensive models - with the caveat that we're focusing on large format printers for paper printing, rather than wide format printers that use vinyl for signage printing.

  • Don't need something that can print as big as ANSI F or A0 size? Then check out our buying guide for the best A3 printers  
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