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Subject: Re: Toner Vs Ink?
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Subject: Re: Toner Vs Ink?
Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2018 16:07:26 -0500
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In article<>, Peter Jason<> wrote:

> I usually have my photos printed at a kiosk, but for the A4 larger
> ones I use the office Fuji-Xerox laser color printer.

that's a mistake.

> Is laser-toner photos longer lasting than the Kiosk-printed variety?

it doesn't matter whether they do or not. fresh out of the printer,
they're already not as good as what can be had from even a mediocre
photo printer and a colour managed workflow.