- (January 22, 2008) I'm a professional photographer doing in-house printing. I don't know why I drug my feet for so long on making the purchase of this trimmer.. As soon as I removed the trimmer from its box, I knew I had made the right decision. Rotatrim has it down to a science! Within minutes I was trimming a stack of (20) 8x10 prints. This particular job was printed side by side on 17" stock and had to be split down the center. I hit the mark every time! The smooth operation and precise cuts had me sold. The construction is solid; reinforcing the idea that this is for the professional. The only drawback, if you want to call it a drawback, is that it only trims in one direction but I believe it is that way b
- (March 03, 2006) It is definitely worth the money to upgrade to the Rotatrim Pro series. It cuts with pinpoint accuracy and leaves perfectly clean edges. The blade runs so smoothly that it is a pleasure to use.
- (November 19, 2005) Very satisfied with the purchase. It has come in handy with college level photography class, even got a work put into a student art exhibition! Thank you so very much!
- (09/12/2013) Versatile and easy to use toner with wide range of colors and good storage life. One liter size works well for 8x10 trays but 11x14 or larger prints need more liquid.
- (09/11/2013) I've been using Kodak paper for my Canon iPF5000/iPf5100 printers for 5 years now. It was the best I could find, but now after the change it is not as good. Before white (paper base) ran smoothly with the colors but now you see where color and base come together.
- (09/10/2013) For the past 25 years I've tried most every B&W film Kodak, Fuji, and Ilford put on the market, except infrared and C-41 stuff. My priorities are fine grain, exposure latitude and gradation. I shoot mostly ASA 100. I tried Delta 100 when it first appeared on the market and lately it has become my first choice. In addition to the image quality, I can commend it on the basis of dependability, convenience, and economics. Ilford DDX will produce the finest grain. But, for my purposes (11X14 max), D-76 or ID-11 do quite well and give consistent results.