Epson Stylus Photo R2000

  • Epson Stylus Photo R2000
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Based on 12 scores, 25 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    5
  • Good:
    7
  • Average:
    0
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Fast.
  • Low price.
  • Impressively high-quality photos and graphics.

Cons:

  • Lack of a rated duty cycle makes it unclear how much you can print per month without shortening the printers' useful life.
  • Costlier ink than competing models.

Expert reviews and ratings

By avhub.com.au on

The R2000 has an attractive appearance, is both well designed and constructed, operates smoothly and quietly and, quite simply, is totally consistent with Epson's reputation for all round quality. Epson is well known for making printers for just about...

By Gear Diary on

If any old picture is worth a thousand words, how much would a big, bright, crisp picture be worth? That's the question raised by the Epson Stylus Photo R2000 printer. 13″ wide, it serves up images that pop off the page; while my other printers max out...

By Digital Trends on 80

If you're finding even the more advanced home photo printers are a bit lacking, the Epson Stylus Photo R2000 is a good step-up into the more advanced capabilities that a prosumer printer offers. The eight colors of inks provide a wider color gamut than...

By Expert Reviews on 100

Despite potentially high print costs, this is the best-value pigment-based A3+ printer...

By ConsumerSearch on

A ComputerShopper.com and PCMag.com Editors' Choice, as well as Reviewed.com's 2012 Printer of the Year, this pro model is a value in its class. All-in-one and compact printers cost less, but artists and photographers will appreciate the R2000's color...

By PhotographyBLOG on

When it comes to photo quality inkjet printers, Epson is usually the first name that comes to mind. While there are a number of options available for the casual to serious user in the desktop size, once you hit 13” wide, the number of choices is much...

By Shutterbug on

& RecommendationEpson Stylus printers show a progressive improvement with each model, beginning with the R800 and the R1800, to the R1900, and now the R2000. For a photographer, I think it is the best buy in a high-quality print maker. My Epson R800...

By reviewed.com on

If you're looking for a pro photo printer, but don't want to have an initial sunk cost of near $1000USD, seriously consider the Epson Stylus Inkjet R2000 for your printing needs, as it offers performance at a price point that won't destroy your bank...

By Photo Answers on

The R2000 is an outstanding printer. Its clean design and sleek looks are an attractive proposition but it’s all backed up with the ability to produce brilliant print quality, too. At £420 it’s certainly not cheap, but is it better value than the...

By Chip Chick on

The R2000 is a solid printer that is perfect for the budding photographic artists or those consumers who want to print prints big and small for themselves. The R2000 doesn't require much muscle to work, and it will gladly print out pieces of artwork...

By Trusted Reviews on 80

This is another excellent, medium format printer from Epson. It has very versatile paper handling, including direct CD/DVD print, doesn't cost that much to run and benefits from the improved gamut provided by extra colour inks; it produces impressive...

By PC Mag on 90

The Epson Stylus Photo R2000 offers speed and output quality suitable for professional photographers and graphic artists at a price suitable for serious amateurs....

By Computer Shopper on 83

Looking to step up to wide-carriage printing? This $499 model is an economical way to big, excellent-quality output....

By PC Advisor on

If Wi-Fi or roll paper printing is an important feature that you could use, the Epson Stylus Photo R2000 comes recommended (with the caveat that you'll have to cut the roll paper yourself). In other aspects it's an easy equal to other high-end...

By Good Gear Guide on 90

Epson's Stylus Photo R2000 is capable of handling the needs of photography enthusiasts who want to print their digital images in A3 or A3+ sizes. The roll paper feed means panorama printing is a breeze (although there's no automatic cutter to ensure...

By Photo Review Australia on 75

Replacing the Stylus Photo R1900 in Epson's enthusiast's printer range, the Stylus Photo R2000 uses the same UltraChrome Hi-Gloss 2 pigment ink set. However, each ink cartridge contains 17 ml of ink, compared with 11.4ml in the R1900. Like the R1900,...

By Photo Review Australia on 75

It's difficult to make 'buy/don't buy' recommendations for this printer because, although it does some things well and offers some facilities that photo enthusiasts may want or require, there are only two features that set it above the model it replaces:...

International Review By digitalfoto.dk on

R2000 er en lynhurtig printer. Billedkvaliteten er flot med realistiske farver og fine hudtoner, og man kan udskrive på rullepapir. Desværre er farvemætningen lidt for svag.Det tager blot tre minutter og 22 sekunder, før man står med et billede i A3+ i...

International Review By Magnus.de on

Die Druckqualität bleibt ohne Foto- und Grau-Tinten ein wenig hinter den absoluten Topgeräten zurück, und der Seitenpreis ist auch relativ hoch. Dafür ist der Stylus R2000 mit 510 Euro auch billiger als die Epson-Konkurrenten R3000 und R2880. Canons...

International Review By macwelt.de on

Damit die Drucke lichtbeständig sind, kommt nur Pigmenttinte in Frage. Speziell um kräftige Farben und natürliche Hauttöne zu reproduzieren, setzt Epson hier auf Rot und Orange statt auf Light Cyan und Light Magenta. Mit 17 Milliliter sind die Patronen...