Originally Posted by Estona
Hi, I'm new here. There were problems with the printer selection. A lot of options. It is very difficult to choose what is really quality. Advise something good
On which you can make quality photos at home.
What size printer do you want? The best quality photo printers from Epson and Canon start at the 13x19 inch size.
I used an Epson R2400 for many years; its a 13x19 printer that was discontinued a long time ago. It finally died, so I just got an Epson SureColor P800 to replace it. The P800 is a 17x22 inch printer. In the USA, Epson is offering a rebate that makes it only about $50 more expensive than the equivalent 13x19 printer. I've been playing with it the last few days and am really blown away by how much better the prints are compared to my old R2400 (and the R2400 was a great printer).
If you want to do black and white prints, look for a printer that uses multiple gray inks in addition to the color inks. My old Epson printer and the one I just bought both have a black, a light black (gray) and a light-light black (light gray) ink. These give better black and white prints than a printer with just a single black ink. Epson and Canon both make printers offering the three black/gray inks.
If you do only color printing, Epson sells some printers that have the standard color inks (Cyan, Yellow, Magenta) plus some other colors like a green and an orange to give a wider color gamut. My new Epson P800 does not have this, although the color images I have done are magnificent. If I did only color, I might have bought the one with the extra colors; it should give better color reproduction with some colors.