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Old 28-03-2006, 18:55   #1 (permalink)
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Unhappy Epson P-2000 problems

I have just purchased a Epson P-2000 photo viewer, the problems is I cannot view TIFF Files??? I have done some searching and the reviews say you can. Epson say you can't see the thumbnails or in full screen
Is there something in the middle that i cant find
I have searched the web and cannot find a thing!
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Old 28-03-2006, 19:15   #2 (permalink)
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Unfortunately, it doesn't support tiff viewing.
You can only view Jpeg's and RAW files.
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Old 28-03-2006, 19:19   #3 (permalink)
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Aaaaahhhhhhh

I have been waiting ages for it. So is there anything out there that compares to the P-2000? or is indeed better?
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Even the new P4000 still "only" supports RAW & jpeg: http://www.epson.com/cgi-bin/Store/c...egory=Products
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the new jobo thing is supposed to be even better, i cant remember the name, but if i do i'll post back.
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There's a new viewer that looks very much like the epson.
It uses the same screen and the buttons have a very similar layout.

I'm sure it supports tiff viewing.

I'll get some info and post when I can find the article.
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Foci Picture Porter Elite
Photo, video and MP3 player
Large 3.6 Color LCD screen for viewing pictures and videos
Directly reads & writes to memory cards
Memory card format support of CF I/II, MD, MMC, SD Card, Memory Stick, and MS PRO (xD-Picture card, miniSD, RS-MMC, MS Duo, and MS PRO Duo with adapter)
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OOoooo, that's sexy!

How much and what size disk is it?
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The man from Google he say... 40-80gB available later this year, $500 which probably means £400
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Dag namit! Why are nice things so expensive!
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