printer can you use to handle photographs 24 inches long and a foot
is a black-and-white photograph printed with a QMS 2060 printer.
This unusual photograph is called a circumferential
rollout. It takes a sophisticated camera to rotate the round pre-Columbian
vase to create the flat image of the round surface. The FLAAR Digital
Imaging Technology Center has three of these cameras. Two use 70mm
film; one does direct digital imagery. The digital rollout camera
was developed by Michael Collette of Better
technology that produces these unusual turntable photographs is
pictured and described mainly in other other web site, www.digital-photography.org.
information is on the present site.
photographs are long, and a normal Lexmark or HP laser cannot handle
more than 11x17. Although the QMS ruler shows 13 inches, that is
the side measurement; the length of this photo is actually over
17 inches. The QMS can do 13 x 26 inches, and at 1200 dpi. The dpi
on the Lexmark is simulated, and primarily for text, not for graphics
and especially not for photographs. We know, we also review Lexmark
printers and tested an HP for four months while Visiting Professor
at Japan's National Museum of Ethnology.
QMS 2060 series of printers can be outfitted with a copier/scanner
attachment. This allows you to scan-to-print, that is, to scan directly
to the printer.
see the full grayscale capability of the QMS 2060 monochrome laser
printer, click here.
QMS printers are available nationwide from Publishing Perfection,
1 (800) 810-1617, www.publishingperfection.com
to information on the capabilities of the QMS printers for high
quality photo printing.